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The Effect of Non-Utilzation of Group Counselling Procedure by the Teacher on the Students.

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UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
DEPARTMENT OF VOCATIONAL TEACHER EDUCATION
(BUSINESS EDUCATION)

TOPIC: THE EFFECT OF NON-UTILZATION OF GROUP COUNSELLING PROCEDURE BY THE TEACHER ON THE STUDENTS.
A TERM PAPER PREPARED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE VTE401 (VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE)

BY
AMEH, KINGSLEY IFESINACHI
2006/143935

LECTURER: PROF. EZEJI, S.C.O.A.
APRIL, 2011
TITLE PAGE

THE EFFECT OF NON-UTILZATION OF GROUP COUNSELLING PROCEDURE BY THE TEACHER ON THE STUDENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE
 Introduction
 What is Group guidance?
 What is group counseling?
 Differences between group guidance and group counseling

CHAPTER TWO
 Role of the Group Counselor
 Ethical issues involved in group Counseling includes
 Characteristics of a Group leader
 Stages in the Development of the group

CHAPTER THREE
 Group Counseling Leadership Skills
 Preferred Group Counseling Techniques/Strategies

CHAPTER FOUR
 Impediments of group counseling
 Advantages of Group Counseling

CHAPTER FIVE
 Effect of non-utilization of group counseling procedure by the teacher on the students
 Conclusion CHAPTER ONE

Introduction
What is Group guidance? Group guidance is a term that has been around as long as the guidance movement. Parsons (1909), the founding father of the guidance movement, used the term early in his writings. According to him; group guidance is considered to be an approach aimed at providing helpful personal, emotional, and/or occupational and vocational information to groups of individuals. The information usually is delivered in a workshop format. Discussion is not considered to be a primary feature but is not prohibited. The goal of the counselor is to pass on information and to build practical skills. The typical setting is the classroom, with the number ranging from 15 to 30...

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