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CHAPTER ONE

1.0 INTRODUCTION

The introduction should be brief information of what the chapter contains in a paragraph.

1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The background of the study should portrays various angles of the educational phenomenon you wishes to describe. this could be an event that he has observed and wishes to attempt to explain or find a solution to. It gives an insight into the topic of the research; it naturally leads the reader to the understanding of the problem under investigation and gives a focus to the study. It should contain references that must be accompanied with a date (reference should not be more than ten years prior to year of project work). It should be a maximum of two pages.

1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

This section enables the you to put across the problem to be investigated as you sees it, in clear, concise and straight forward manner that you wants to emphasize, build on or proffer a solution to. It should be a maximum of two paragraphs.

1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

Here, attempt is made to answer the questions on why the you embarked on the study. The key words to use in this section are:

i. To determine…………………………………

ii. To examine……………………………………

iii. To access……………………………………..

iv. To investigate…………………………………….

1.4 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

To whom will this study be beneficial and how? you must have considered the importance of such a topic to other members of the society. you needs to point out the value of the study, its relevance and contribution to existing knowledge.

1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS

These are questions you intend to find answers to in the course of the investigation and should be in line with the objectives stated.

1.6 SCOPE OF THE STUDY

you are expected to state the areas of coverage. It is important to state clearly what you are doing and the extent you intends to go, to avoid being wrongly judged. In other words, you are expected to describe the scope in terms of samples, variables, interest, location and other resources.

1.7 DEFINITION OF TERMS

you must limit definition of terms to the variables as employed. This of course is the operational definition and not necessarily the dictionary version and should be alphabetically arranged.

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