publication . Article . 2014

Correlation between Students Academic Performance and Entrepreneurial Ability When Taught Saponification Reaction Using Kitchen Resources

NJA Cecilia OBI; NEJI Hope Amba;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2014 Journal: Journal of Asian Scientific Research, volume 4, issue 7 July, pages 408-412
Abstract
This paper examined the correlation between chemistry student?s academic performance and entrepreneurial ability when told saponification reaction using kitchen resources. Saponification reaction was taught using kitchen resources such as, ashes from unripe plantain, ashes from cocoa pods peels, ashes from oil palm husks, vegetable oil, coconut oil and kernel oil. The sample comprised of 50 students from Community Secondary School, Akparabong in Ikom Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Two instruments were used for data collection: Chemistry Achievement Test (CAT) and Entrepreneurial Ability Questionnaire Test (EAQT). The Cat was made up of 25 o...
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free text keywords: Saponification, Entrepreneurial, Kitchen, Performance, Students, Resources.
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