Teaching methods and students’ academic performance in religious education in secondary schools of Makidye east sub division in Kampala district.

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Kampala international international: College of Education, open and distance learning
This report is about a study that aims at the teaching methods and student's academic performance in Religious Education in secondary schools of Makindye East Sub Division in Kampala District. The study was conducted from three selected secondary schools in Makindye East Sub Division in Kampala District. The main objective of the study was to establish the teaching method and student's academic performance in religious education in secondary school in Uganda with particular emphasis to Makindye East division, Kampala district. While the specific objectives were to establish how and whether religious education subject is appearing on the school timetable. The study was based mainly on secondary data in form of questionnaires, interview and documentary reviews of selected literature. The data collection was analyzed using descriptive and relational statistics. The major finding was most school in Makindye do not have enough teaching aids, some lacked trained specialists to the subject. This study has conclusion that school had less time located to teach religious education. This study recommends that all teachers and in Uganda should resume training specialists most especially for secondary school to ensure the competence of those who will improve on the effective teaching of religious education in the study area. The government should intervention to promote and safe guard the right of the teacher
Research report submitted to the faculty of education partial Fulfillment of the requirement for the a ward of bachelors of Arts with education of Kampala International university
Education, Teaching methods, Students’, Religious education, Academic performance, Secondary schools, Makidye east sub division