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Title: Learning materials and pupils' academic performance in selected primary schools in kajo-keji county, Southern Sudan
Authors: Tipa, Jackson Lokabangcia
Keywords: Learning materials
pupils
academic performance
Southern Sudan
Issue Date: Aug-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Education Open and Distance Learning
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between Learning Materials and pupils' academic performance in primary schools in Kajo-Keji County, Central Equatorial State, Southern Sudan. The specific objectives of the study were to determine the relationship between text books and pupil's performance, find out the relationship between library and pupils performance and establish the relationship between physical facilities and pupils achievements. The methods used for data collection were questionnaires and interviews. The findings revealed the unsanitary conditions led to poor performance of pupils in class especially girls. The study recommended that the government should adequately support primary schools by building infrastructure that is conducive and enough for pupils so that they can concentrate well in class. Head teachers should ensure that the schools have enough text books and a well stocked library so that pupils have enough reading material to illustrate what they are being taught. The culture of reading and using the library should be instigated in pupils and this will improve on their performance.
Description: A research report presented to the College of Education Open and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood and Primary Education (ECPE) of Kampala International University
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/11019
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education

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