EFFECT OF USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON LEARNER PARTICIPATION IN SCIENCE CLASSROOM IN PRESCHOOL IN KIINE ZONE KIRINYAGA COUNTY KENYA

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Participation involves working with a partner or in a small group and
brainstorming in order to create a stimulating learning environment. The role of
instructional materials is to glue information into learners mind as what is seen is
understood more than what is heard. During the formative years, learners add
increasing qualities of knowledge to what is already learnt through explorations as
they grow and expand horizon on the quality of content mastered.  To widen
mastery of concepts, rich leaning environment which is filled with a variety of
instructional materials tend to foster faster acquisition of requisite skills for
sustained learning and development. Such an environment should be enticing
learners to observe, actively participate, make choices and experiment which in
the process results in acquisition of additional knowledge. In the absence of reach
learning environment modeled by the teacher to capture requisite skills,
knowledge and competence. The purpose of the study was to determine the
effectiveness of use of instructional materials on learners' participation in science
lesson in preschool in Kiine Zone Kirinyaga county Kenya.

Author: 
STEPHEN ELIZABETH WAMBUI
Unit: 
COMMTECH

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