The factors leading to poor performance of english language in Hebokokwa primary school, Keiyo District Kenya

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Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
This study stresses the factors leading to the poor performance of English language in Chebokokwa primary school Kenya. The study identified a qualitative research design the researcher used all teachers in the school and pupils from primary four to primary eight, researcher made questionnaire was adopted to collect data and data analyzed by use of frequency tables, graphs and percentages. The study found out those factors such as Syllabus coverage, Methods of teaching, Teacher pupil ratio, Examination administration the Use of teaching materials significantly affect pupils academic performance of English language at Chebokokwa primary school. The researcher conclude that academic performance of English in Chebokokwa primary is bellow average and much effort is needed to improve on the performance, the government is recommended to employ more teachers and to develop instructional centers. Teachers are also recommended to put into consideration the mentioned factors for proper teaching and learning.
A research report presented to the Institute of Continuing and Distance of Studies Kampala International University in partial fulfillment of the requirements For the Award of the Degree of Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood and Primary Education
Poor performance, English