AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE METHODS OF TEACHING VOCAL READING IN SELECTED JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN IDANRE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ONDO

AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE METHODS OF TEACHING VOCAL READING IN SELECTED JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN IDANRE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ONDO  

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TABLE
OF CONTENTS
Title page                                                                                          
Approval page                                                                                
Certification                                                                                  
Dedication                                                                                       
Acknowledgements                                                                         
Table of contents                                                                           
Abstract                                                                                           
CHAPTER  I:     INTRODUCTION                                            
                             Background
of the study                                              
                             Statement
of the problem                                             
                             Purpose
of the study                                           
                             Significance
of the study                                               
                             Scope
of the study                                                         
                             Delimitation
of the study                                             
Research questions                                                       
Assumption                                                                  
          II                REVIEW
OF LITERATURE                           
          III               METHODOLOGY                                                
                             Introduction
                                                   
                            
 Research Design                                                  
                             Area
of the study                                                 
                             Population
of the study                                       
                             Sample
and sampling technique                                   
                             Instrument
for data collection                             
                             Validation
of the instrument                                   
                             Reliability
of the instrument                                
                             Method
of data collection                                    
                             Method
of data analysis                                      
          IV               PRESENTATION
AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
    V                SUMMARY,
CONCLUSION AND                                                                   RECOMMENDATIONS                                  
                             Summary                                                            
                             Implication
of the study                                                
                             Recommendations                                                       
                             Limitations
of the study                                      
                             Suggestions
of further research                                           
                             References
                                                         
                             Appendices                                                         
ABSTRACT
Nigeria as a Nation with over two
hundred (200) tribes has English as the official language. The language is an
international language widely spoken around the world.
This research was designed to investigate the
methods of teaching vocal reading among Junior Secondary Schools in Idanre
Local Government Area of Ondo State. The focused of this research work is based
on students of Ondo State Idanre Local Government. The population of the study
constituted of 50 students. Sample random, sampling procedure was used in this
study. The sample comprised fifty junior secondary school students in Idanre
Local Government Area of Ondo State. The main instrument used in carrying out
the research is the questionnaire. The questionnaire was design in such a way
that the respondent would encounter no difficulty in answering the question
there in. the questionnaire were given to ten students from each class of who,
were both boys and girls. As instrument for the study, the researcher used the
questionnaire. Two sets of questionnaire were designed, one for the teacher and
one for the student to elate information about the problems facing the method
of teaching vocal reading in junior secondary classes, two from both teacher
and the students sampled.
From the findings of this study the
following recommendation are made: Government should make provision for
adequate well trained and certificated specialist in English organize remedial
course seminars and workshop and improve where teaching facilities are lacking,
government should provide. Government should build more classroom and the
available ones rehabilitated with provision of good infrastructure facilities
to depopulate the already over populated classroom of our secondary school to
give room for thorough and effective teaching learning situation. Parent should
also come to the aid of their children by providing for their necessary
learning materials. Government should make teacher happy by giving them
incentives, like prompt payment of their salaries.



CHAPTER
ONE
Background
to the Study
Nigeria as a Nation
with over two hundred (200) tribes has English as the official language. The
language is an international language widely spoken around the world. Some of
the countries were the language is spoken include united state of American, (The
Native Country), the great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Ghana,
Sierralone, Gambra, Kenya among others.
According
to Brought (1969) English serves as the basic and key to all other subjects. As
a result of this, it is pertinent, therefore to student, so as to enhance their
performance in all the subject in the school curriculum.
In
the school system or society, no student can live or stay in Isolation, hence
the need for interaction arises, this emphasizes the need for students to be
well equipped in the language
The
treading and learning in the classroom situation involves in most cases if not
all, good and adequate interaction among teachers and students which these are
carried out in English.
According
to the National Policy of education (N.P.E) (1997) stipulates as part of the
goal primary education. In Nigeria the inculcation of specialist teacher of
particular or subjects. Such as language arts will special emphasis on reading.
The
objectives of National Policy on Education Includes:
1.     The
strong and self-reliance society
2.     A
just and egalitarian society.
3.     To
build the Nation that full of opportunities for us.
Reading
which is defined as interpretation of printed symbols into speech or its mental
equipment is introduced to pupils in a school setting (Johnson 1979).
It
becomes paramount to observe the performance of students in the
teaching-learning of the English language also the cause of vocal reading in
school
Statement
of the problem
According
to Akinwumi (2003) comments on the falling standard of education in Nigeria:
from this view majority of students in Nigeria lack effective reading skills.
They have vocal reading problems. This informs the research work of this
native: An investigation into the methods of teaching vocal reading in selected
junior secondary schools in Idanre Local Government, Area of Ondo State
Nigeria.
Purpose
of the Study
This
research was design to identify the problems or problems are in teaching and
learning of vocal reading in English in Junior Secondary schools. The study was
also designed to give possible solution to the problems.
This
case study was also designed to investigate the adequate of English specialist
teachers and time allocated to the teaching of vocal reading on the time table.
An
investigation was also to be carried out on the interaction between vocal
reading and mother tongue interference.
Significance
of the Study
This
research is carried out with the hope that the findings would be beneficial to
people like, the teachers and the students.
It
is hoped that the study would create students awareness towards better
performances in vocal reading.
It
is also hoped  that more time would be
allocated to the teaching of vocal reading.
Appeal
would also made to the government for the provision of adequate and qualified
teaching personnel and how to improve the standard of living of the specified personnel
so that more people of the same qualifications would be eager to join the
profession.
Appeal
would also be made to the government for the provision of enough and relevant
facilities for the teaching of vocal reading.
Efforts
would also be made on how to advice the parents in order to play their roles as
promoter of their children’s learning.
Scope
of the Study
The
research was limited to only secondary schools in Idanre Local Government, Area
of Ondo State, for this purpose.
The
study would be carried out within the teachers of English language and students
most especially in junior secondary classes.
There
selected secondary schools include:-
i.      
Ilemobola High School, Idanre
ii.    
Olofin Anglican Grammar School Idanre
iii.  Oniseere
Community High School, Ifosu
iv.  Ala
Comprehension High School. Ala-Eletosan
v.    
Idanre High School, Alade-Idanre 
Delimitation
of the Study
This
study emphasize on an investigation into the methods of teaching vocal reading
in selected junior secondary schools in Idanre Local Government Area of Ondo
State.
It
is hoped that the finding or investigation would be useful to all other senior
secondary school classes in other secondary schools perhaps the state and the
Nation as a whole.
Research
Questions
The
following questions were generated for the study:-
i.      
Are there adequate English specialist in
the secondary schools in Idanre Local Government Area?
ii.    
Is the time allocated to the teaching of
vocal teaching adequate?
iii.  Are
there enough and relevant facilities for the teaching of vocal reading
iv.  Does
interference from the mother tongue affects vocal reading?     



Assumptions
Assumptions represents
remise which are taking for granted supposed but proved. The study carries
these assumptions.
i.                  
Cordial relationship which in turn
positively affect students on vocal reading as students learn better from the
teachers and the students who takes interest in them. 
ii.                
The influence of the school on students
favourable or otherwise is exerted almost exclusively within the classrooms of
the students
iii.             
When the basic human needs of the
students are given due to consideration by the teachers, there will be increase
in productivity on part of the students.  



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