ABSTRACT The jurisdiction of debt recovery processes seems clear enough under the Constitution. However, in practice, there is usually some complication and certainty on the matter whenever ancillary orders, third party notices and claims arise from debt recovery. This intellectual sojourn therefore considers cases and legislations on this subject matter. An analysis of the enforcement of court orders nationally and beyond borders is also made and recommendations on the way forward have been proposed for better guidance of Law students, law practitioners and the judiciary.
ABSTRACT Education is one of the institutions in the Philippines that has suffered because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, school administrators, instructors, students, parents, and other stakeholders face new problems and concerns as a result of the paradigm shift. In the middle of the pandemic, the blended learning modality was adopted in the country in terms of educational means of learning. As a result, dealing with the "New Normal" presented difficulties for private schools. The study on The Science Process Skills Level of Acquisition in Junior High School Students Among Olongapo City Private Schools is especially important and beneficial to education. Cross-sectional descriptive survey research and simple Purposive quota sampling were utilized in the study. The respondents were enrolled in Grade nine junior high school that utilizes blended learning. Based on the result of the study the lowest Science Process skill competence is hypothesizing. The overall performance in Science (Biology) of grade nine pupils in the selected private secondary has a very poor association with amount of learning of science process skills. Teachers' difficulties in teaching science process skills in blended learning were described by a shortage of teaching materials. The study revealed that lack of emphasis on experimentation and the use of technology in the blended learning modality in terms of science particularly in the area of Biology.
ABSTRACT This article compares educational systems and high school historical curriculum between Thai and Indonesian. The method used in this article is a qualitative descriptive method. The data referred to in this article are from the Thai Basic Education Core Curriculum 2008 and the Indonesian Curriculum 2013. Thailand and Indonesia have the same education system. As for high school history subjects, there are similarities and differences. Both countries emphasize this subject, with all students required to study history. The difference is the content of Indonesian history subject is much more than Thai. The time allotted for studying Thai history is much less than Indonesian history.
ABSTRACT The paper examined the effect of assessment for learning strategy (AFLS) on Student’s Achievement and interest in Senior Secondary School Mathematics in Ondo State. The study employed quasi experimental research design involving the non-randomized pretest, posttest, control group. The population comprises all Senior Secondary II students in Akoko North East Local Government, Area of Ondo State. A sample size of 100 Senior Secondary II students from two public Secondary schools was used for the study. The sample was randomly grouped into one experimental and control groups. Data were collected using Mathematics Achievement Test (MAT) (r=0.76) and Mathematical Interest Inventory (MII) (r =0.82). Two hypotheses were generated to guide the study. The findings revealed that there was significant effect of treatment on students’ performance and interest with a F value=4.542 and p value 0.000 at 0.005 level of significance. Based on the findings, it was recommended that Assessment for learning strategy should be employed in teaching Secondary School students to enhance their interest in mathematics.
ABSTRACT The survey examined the correlation of Teachers’ content knowledge and skills on students’ attitude in biology in Akwa Ibom State. The teachers were given questionnaires on content knowledge and skills while the students were also given a questionnaire on students’ attitude to biology. One research question was formulated to guide this study. Three instruments were used to collect data. These include Teachers’ Content Knowledge of Biology Test (TCKBT), Teachers’ Skills in Biology Test (TSBT) and Students’ Attitude to Biology Questionnaire (SABQ). Six hundred students and fifteen teachers were used for the study. Data collected were analysed using Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC) to determine the relationship among the variables. Results showed that there is a negative, moderate significant relationship between teacher’s skills (r = 0.-0.552; p<0.05) and students’ attitude to Biology. There is therefore a correlation between teachers’ skills and students’ attitudes in biology. However, it was recommended that teachers’ pay attention to the content knowledge and skills, which affect the skills of students in biology.
ABSTRACT Wanafunzi wengi nchini Uganda wanachukulia utanzu wa ushairi wa Kiswahili kuwa mgumu na wanapata ugumu katika kujifunza ushairi wa Kiswahili. Ushairi wa Kiganda umekuwa unatendwa vizuri katika mtihani wa kitaifa. Upande wa Kiswahili, kuna ugumu katika ujifunzaji wa ushairi wa Kiswahili na ugumu huu umesababisha matokeo mabaya katika mtihani wa kitaifa katika somo la ushairi wa Kiswahili nchini Uganda. Wanafunzi hawa husomea katika mandhari sawa. Hili linazua swali: kwa nini wanafunzi wanaofanya mtihani wa ushairi wa Kiganda watende vizuri kuliko wanafunzi wa ushairi wa Kiswahili? Makala hii itaweka wazi mambo ambayo ushairi wa Kiswahili waweza kukopa kutoka ushairi wa Kiganda na kujiendeleza. Madhumuni ya makala hii yatakuwa: Kudadavua jinsi ushairi wa Kiganda unaweza kusahilisha mtindo katika ushairi wa Kiswahili kupitia ufunzaji na ujifunzaji na kutathimini jinsi ushairi wa Kiganda unaweza kukuza maudhui katika ushairi wa Kiswahili kupitia ufunzaji na ujifunzaji. Mashairi yalikusanywa kutoka diwani mbili za Kiswahili na mbili za Kiganda. Mashairi 60 yalikusanywa yaani 30 ya Kiganda na 30 ya Kiswahili na 15 yalichaguliwa kutoka kila lugha kwa kutumia uteuzi nasibu. Mashairi yalitolewa kwenye diwani za Kiswahili; “Malenga wa ziwa kuu” na “Malenga wa karne moja” na za Kiganda; “Ab’Oluganda ab’Enda emu” na “Balya n’ensekeezi”. Makala hii unafafanua jinsi mwalimu wa ushairi wa Kiswahili anavyoweza kuhamisha maarifa kutoka ushairi wa Kiganda hadi wa Kiswahili. Utamsaidia kuendeleza ushairi wa Kiswahili kuhamisha maarifa ya ujifunzaji na ufunzaji kutokana na ushairi wa Kiganda ili kusahilisha ujifunzaji wa ushairi wa Kiswahili.
ABSTRACT Extensive use of nominalization and passive voice are two prominent features of energy discourse texts. The article analyzes and proves by means of examples, and shows the phenomenon of nominalization and passive voice in the process of Chinese-English translation of energy articles in China. Based on this, this paper makes summaries of the C-E translation strategies of energy discourse in these two aspects. In terms of nominalization, attention should be paid to the ordering of multiple modifiers. In the passive voice, attention should be paid to grammar and marker words.
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