Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya

Kiswahili is an important subject in Kenya’s secondary school curriculum. The mean score of students in Kiswahili at KCSE has gradually declined from 46% in 2010 to 36% in 2015. This decline is a worrying trend. Proverbs, an integral part of Kiswahili, are not well taught, which partly explains the decline in performance. Video-Mediated Instructions (VMIs) are thought to be a catalyst of new pedagogical change and may help address this deficiency. The current study sought to establish the effect of VMIs on students’ validated measures of motivation, attitude and achievement in learning Kiswahili proverbs in secondary schools in Nakuru County. The objectives of the study were to: Establish the effect of VMIs on various aspects of students’ motivation; determine the effect of VMIs on various components of students’attitude, and examine the effect of VMIs on students’ achievement in Kiswahili proverbs. The data generated from the study informs understanding on how best to improve students’ performance in KCSE. A Quasi-experiment and Solomon Four Group Design were used. The studied population comprised Form Two students in extra-county single gender and boarding secondary schools in Nakuru County, Kenya. Purposive sampling was used to select eight schools (a boy and girl school in each group). A total of 436 students were studied. At the onset, a pre-test was administered to experimental Group A and control Group B. The students were taught the same sixteen proverbs. In the experimental groups A and D, VMIs was used while the teacher-centred teaching method was used in the control groups B and C for a period of eight weeks. Data was collected using a Students’ Achievement Test, Student Motivation Questionnaire and Students’ Attitude Questionnaire.

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Turuthi, D (2021). Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/effect-of-video-mediated-instruction-on-students-motivation-attitude-and-achievement-in-learning-kiswahili-proverbs-in-secondary-schools-in-nakuru-county-kenya

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Turuthi, David "Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya" Afribary. Afribary, 19 May. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/effect-of-video-mediated-instruction-on-students-motivation-attitude-and-achievement-in-learning-kiswahili-proverbs-in-secondary-schools-in-nakuru-county-kenya. Accessed 19 May. 2024.

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Turuthi, David . "Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya". Afribary, Afribary, 19 May. 2021. Web. 19 May. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/effect-of-video-mediated-instruction-on-students-motivation-attitude-and-achievement-in-learning-kiswahili-proverbs-in-secondary-schools-in-nakuru-county-kenya >.

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Turuthi, David . "Effect Of Video-mediated Instruction On Students’ Motivation, Attitude And Achievement In Learning Kiswahili Proverbs In Secondary Schools In Nakuru County, Kenya" Afribary (2021). Accessed May 19, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/effect-of-video-mediated-instruction-on-students-motivation-attitude-and-achievement-in-learning-kiswahili-proverbs-in-secondary-schools-in-nakuru-county-kenya