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EFFECT OF THE CHILD WITHOUT THE PARENTAL GUIDANCE

by:
Emelyn M. Balaman
Daphne Mae J. Ubanan
Ferlyn D. Pepito
Princess Amor P. Valdon
Genencil M. Aguaren
Christal Marie Q. Asinero
Vina Nepthali A. Abroguena
Abstract
The study investigates the Effects of the Child without the
Parental Guidance. Parents must be responsible and must do their
obligation so that the child will grow well with a proper hygiene.
Separation anxiety, lack of support from parents, unstable income
of family and lack of attention are the most common cases in a K-1
pupil.
The child without parental are usually shown by their attitude,
health and physical improvement. The behavioral description of the
students was basically connects on the way their parent handle them
and to the performance of their studies.
Keywords: Parental Guidance
Introduction
Effect of the child without the parental guidance during school days at Barangay
Bobontugan, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental is importantly to be studied and observed so that parents
and teachers will value the proper and accurate guidance to their children. Parents significant
role is to guide their children during their growing stage especially during their school days.
According to Mokeyane et al (2014) that parents must be a model of the behavior of proper good
hygiene to carry healthy habits in adulthood. However, Calder et al., (2010) stressed that good
hygiene affects the health and well-being of the children. Furthermore, Meredith Corporation
(2014) mentioned that proper hygiene is vital for school-age kids because most illness is
constructed in school hands spread germs.
Meanwhile, Loon (2013) opined that parents should prepare lunch at home for their
children to bring at school to ensure that child eats nutrients and healthy food. In addition, Locke
(2011) also opined that food preparation is to set up the food safely and appropriately. As said by
Vodicka et al., (2010) that eating smart and moving more help children maintain a healthy weight
feel better and have more energy. In other words, as Lehman (2014) stated part of the child has
low of self-esteem parents should complement their minor accomplishments. As thus Pinantoan
(2014) revealed that brain power work ethic and even genetics play important roles in student
management.
Moreover, Nokali (2011) stressed that involvement of parents to young children
attributed to academic nature, like helping homework, thus the objectives of the researchers to
identify the effect of the child without the parental guidance during school days on their hygiene,

school performance, through their form number 137 of the quarter one during the school days of
K-1 at Barangay Bobontugan, Jasaan, Misamis Oriental February 2015-2016.
Methods
Descriptive method was used by the researchers during the gathering of data about the
parental issues on K-1 pupils of Bobontugan Elementary School. The researchers ethnographic
notes was taken during the visit. And the entire ethnographic notes was used during the analysis
by the researcher to the evaluation or assessment made by the Teachers adviser regarding the
students behavior. Likewise, the team made an analysis to use the lottery style and pick 8
students out of 30 and get the comments based on the observation of their Teacher.
Results and Discussion
The description of incident was based on the comment of the teacher taken from their
anecdotal notes. The respondent A is not ready in school but willing to learn its because both
parents are very busy in earning money and they dont have enough time to take care of their
children. The respondent B cannot see what is written on the board because she has a cataract
and she needs an eyeglass to help her see clearly. Respondent C is trying hard to learn because he
must be now in grade 1 and he is afraid to fail again. The respondent D always whines
Every time they have writing activity. He easily gets down and very sensitive because this is his
first time to enroll in K-1 and he has a separation anxiety.
Respondent E is so playful, very active and participative but a bully child it is maybe
because his parents are separated and he is longing for the love of his Father. The respondent F is
so timid and behave in class its because she has an asthma and she needs to be behave at all
times. Respondent G is one of the witty students in class because his parents never fails to
follow-up him at home and respondent H is not ready for school because his mother is always
busy doing household chores and does not have time to follow-up her child.
The researchers come up with their own analysis that without parental guidance the total
development of a child will not develop as well as that it will affect the mental and emotional
being of their kids. A child needs an attention from their parents even though they taught in
school. It must be that the child will see and feel that their parents support is with them.
The results of the survey proves that parents must be the first mentor to their children and
must not rely to the teachers on school for a child especially in K-1, it needs a full follow-up in
terms of their studies. Example of the cases in school of a K-1 pupil was the separation anxiety,
we cannot avoid it for it is a first that a child will attend a class.
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Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Clem Fricko R. Tuzara

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:
He is one of the witty student in my class.

II.

Findings:
His parents never failed to follow up him at home.

III.

Resolution:
He is my class president and as early as now he is willing to do his task assigned.

IV.

Action Taken:
I talked to his parents and thank them for raising their child well.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Shantal Mae H. Libontas

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B

I.

Description of Incident:
She is not ready in school but she is willing to learn.

II.

Findings:

Both parents are very busy in earning money and they don't have enough time to
take care of their children.
III.

Resolution:
I always look up to her needs with patience and love.

IV.

Action Taken:

Called up her parents and have a conference with them. Told them what was the
problem of their child.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Marjorie M. Canoy

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:

She cannot see what is written on the board. Every time I wrote activities on the
board she always had a hard time taking it down.
II.

Findings:

Her grandmother told her parents what was happened to her and they decided to
have an eye check up on her. The result was she has a Cataract and she needs an eyeglass to help
her see clearly.
III.

Resolution:

I let her seat in front of the board and give her a big font size in every activity so that
she can see it clearly.
IV.

Action Taken:
I talked to the parents and thank them for sending Marjorie to the Ophthalmology.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Division of Misamis Oriental


District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Vince C. Fabela

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:
He is trying hard to learn. He can copy now what is written on the board to his notes.

II.

Findings:
He wants to be in Grade 1 this year that is why he is afraid if he failed in school.

III.

Resolution:
He can answer now my written exam in every domain I assigned.

IV.

Action Taken:

I send note to his mother and ask her to come in school. I thank her for the
consistent follow up.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Renan I. Tucbo

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:

He always whines every time we have our writing activity. He easily get down and very
sensitive child.
II.

Findings:

The reason why he always cry and very sensitive because this is his first time to enrolled in
Kindergarten and he has a separation anxiety.
III.

Resolution:

I give an extra time in dealing with him so that he can cope up his self-esteem and be an
independent child before the year end.
IV.

Action Taken:
Called up his parents and have a conference with them.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: James Art D. Villaroz

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:

He is so playful, very active and participative but sometimes his behavior can make his
classmates cry.
II.

Findings:

He is the only son and he stayed at her moms house. His father had another family
thats why he needs an extra care and love of a father figure.
III.

Resolution:

Every time he commit mistake I talked to him and reprimand his misbehavior. I
discipline him in a precise way.
IV.

Action Taken:
Have a PTC during the distribution of cards.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher

Department of Education
Region X
Division of Misamis Oriental
District of Jasaan
BOBONTUGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School ID 127700

ANECDOTAL RECORD
Name: Lyka L. Acah

Date: March 2, 2016

Grade and Section: Kindergarten-Marvelous B


I.

Description of Incident:
She is so timid and behave in class.

II.

Findings:

She have only one brother and the reason why she is so behave because she has an
asthma and she needs to be behave at all times.
III.

Resolution:

I possibly let her play with her classmates and allow her to have a conversation so
that her confidence will smoothly be developed.
IV.

Action Taken:

During the PTC, I ask her parents about her. I understand their side but I also tell
them that she needs to play and go with her peers.

MAUREEN Z. ABESAMIS
Kindergarten Teacher