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Title: Monologue patterns among primary school teachers in Nigeria
Authors: Osokoya, M. M.
Odinko, M. N.
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: In this study, a classroom interaction sheet was used to find out the proportion of teaching/ learning time the teacher spends talking non-stop (monologue). In the cases analyzed, an average of 4.25% of the teaching /learning time in social studies lessons of primary six was found to be the minimum time spent on monologue while as much as 26% of the teaching-learning time was recorded as average time for primary science in primary six. The samples used for the study cut across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria.
ISSN: 1596-0773
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