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The Implication of Teaching Strategies on the Academic Performance among

Grade 10 STE Students


Proponents:
Agala, Allen Kristof L.

Masincap, Jeshannah Trishah Rea L.

Suarez, Chelsea Mae

Ytac, Sheena Marie

In fulfilment of the requirements in English 10

General Santos City National High School

Calumpang, General Santos City

Ailyn L. Tado
English 10 Adviser
Chapter I

The Problem and Its Settings

This chapter presents the background, the statement of the problem, significance,

scope and limitation of the study. To familiarize the readers with the terms used in the

study, the operational definition of terms is also delineated in this chapter.

Background of the Study

Stakeholders all over the world strive for quality education of children. First, there

is a need to define quality education so that one can differentiate it from less-preferred

education. According to Coleman (2003), minimal role is played by the schools as far as

the students’ achievement is concerned because it is independent of their background as

well as societal factors. On the other hand, a few researchers suggest that factors like

class size and space (Glass 2001), the teachers’ qualification (Ferguson, 2004), the

school’s size and space (Haller, 1993), and a few more variables play a vital role in what

the students learn in general. Research points out that Quality teaching tends to

necessarily be student-centered. It aims to help most and for all students learning.

Therefore, focus should not only be pedagogical skills, but also learning environment that

must address the students’ personal needs. Students specifically STE Students should

also be aware as to why they are working so that they are able to relate to other students

and receive help if required.

As a result, great emphasis has been laid on “quality teaching” by many educators. In the

same way, there is a need of elaborating the term “quality teaching”. Globalization has

influenced each and everyone’s life. Quality, successful and effective learning depends
on several factors e.g. availability and selection of instructional resources, staffing quality,

nature and its level, professional development implication as a system, and the support

of parents and administration. Recently, research also highlights one of the key features

of “quality teaching” i.e. student-centered classrooms, which aims to benefit all students

learning.

Most of the teachers think that they can improve their teaching practices through

developing sound knowledge of content that needs to be taught and delivered (Hill and

Crevola, 2003). This is a major drawback in many schools. The teachers lose focus on

their teaching strategies and they assume that the learners face difficulties because the

content (what needs to be taught and delivered) is complicated or not of their interest,

instead of realizing the fact that the teaching strategy (how to teach and deliver) should

be more effective and as per their requirement and needs to generate their interest and

better learning opportunity for the students. Furthermore, both, how and what are linked

together but still far different and unique in nature.

Statement of the Problem

1. What is the effect of the educators unique teaching style to the academic

performance of Grade 10 STE students.

2. Do these Teaching Strategy affect the performance of the student:

a. The performance of the student in Academics

3. Do this Teaching Strategy have a positive or negative effect to the students’

performance.

4. Do this teaching strategy affects the interaction of students towards other people
Significance of the Study

This study is undertaken to better understand the implication of Teaching

Strategies to the Academic Performance among Grade 10 STE Students. This study is

deemed significant to the following stakeholders of the school:

To the students, this study will provide insights on how teaching strategy would

affect their performance and daily activities done. This also provide information on how

the students would react to the teaching style done by the teacher and its effect on the

students’ academic performance.

To the teachers, this study would help them remind how their students are affected

by their performance. This study would be also an immense help for the students to

improve their interaction to the teachers teaching style since it is obvious that the most

important person in learning aside from the students are the teachers.

Scope and Limitation

The researchers study only focused on The Implication of Teaching Strategies on

The Academic Performance Among Grade 10 STE Students. The study does not include

any grade levels and curriculums that are not specified.

Only Grade 10 STE students are included on the study. The students’ academic

performance includes all subjects specially (Math, Science and English).

Operational Definition of Terms

Teaching Strategy-

Academic Performance-
STE-