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CHAPTER V

SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


This chapter indicates the discussion of the results which is the whole idea of the problem,

particularly those issues which are vital to reaching a judgment which is the conclusions and

some suggestions about the problem.

Summary

The researcher seeks for the most critical issue that Education was facing. She was gathering

vital background information about the problem which is Addressing Literacy Needs in

culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms.

The researcher conducted a questionnaire and survey for those people who are involved

regarding on the topic and one of the reasons because their ideas, thoughts and perceptions

are giving clues to solve the problem.

Those people who are involved regarding to the problem are the school, teachers and students,

they are giving their observations and experiences about in their second home. The Researcher

was trying to find some solutions regarding on the problem of how should teachers must do

with handling diverse students. By gathering data’s and information the researcher had

answered the specific problems have formulated act on this research. The Researcher found

out that the teachers are lack of training to be a second parent at some aspects and points.

The primary purpose of this study is to know how teachers are able to handle those diverse

students and if they are really confidently to teach with their students. Based on the results

gathered, the following findings are thereby presented: There are 30 respondents that the

Researcher has which are 10 teachers and 25 students of Towerville National High School.
All of the teachers are agreeing that they are good enough to be a teacher and they are well

trained and most of the students says that they need some action to be a good teacher for

them at some aspects only but here teacher is the best especially in their academic subjects.

Conclusions

The Researcher gathers information about the problem on teaching strategies for the

multicultural classroom. Teachers are must be participate in ongoing professional development

on effective strategies for educating children in culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms,

reflect on critical behaviors and strategies for teaching culturally diverse students, use

information collected from readings, conversations, and experiences to create a classroom

environment that makes use of a variety of teaching strategies and is enriching and sensitive to

the cultural and linguistic diversity of students.

Therefore the researcher concluded that view each child as a learner, thinker, reader, writer,

and speaker. Build upon the language and cultural experience that each child brings to school.

Be sure new information is building on prior knowledge and meaningful student

contexts/cultures.

Recommendations

Respect the multiple cultures and languages of the families and children in the school and

ensure that the school provides a culturally responsive education. Learn about the communities

of the children in the school and become involved in the concerns and needs of those

communities. Acknowledge the importance of educating teachers for diversity. Sponsor on-

going staff development in multilingual, multicultural schools to improve the learning

environment and academic progress of children from culturally and linguistically diverse
backgrounds.

Encourage all teachers and staff to have positive and respectful attitudes for all cultures. Ensure

that all staff members demonstrate anti-racist and anti-bias attitudes and behaviors. Emphasize

developing language proficiency and connecting school to students' lives to assist student

learning. Ensure that the school is providing a rich learning experience for all students. Refer to

Educating All Our Students: Improving Education for Children from Culturally and Linguistically

Diverse Backgrounds. Expect all students to perform at high levels of academic performance.

Learn about one's own culture and language. Examine how this knowledge influences teaching

style, reading material selection, and classroom activities. Become aware of cultural influences

that affect the communication and interaction patterns of students and families. Learn to

understand and respect cultural differences. Learn about the languages and cultures of children

in the classroom through ethnographic inquiry. Consider how these various languages and

cultural backgrounds may affect literacy instruction.


References:

http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/content/cntareas/reading/li400.htm

http://www.ndt-ed.org/TeachingResources/ClassroomTips/Diversity.htm

http://www.helium.com/items/169369-addressing-cultural-diversity-in-the-classroom

http://www.une.edu.au/WebStat/unit_materials/c1_behavioural_science_research/research_

hypoth_predict.html

http://www.ascd.org/publications/books/107003/chapters/Diverse-Teaching-Strategies-for-

Diverse-Learners.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teaching_for_social_justice

http://www.ericdigests.org/1996-3/working.htm

http://www.nccrest.org/Briefs/Teacher_Ed_Brief.pdf

http://www.temple.edu/tlc/resources/handouts/diversity/Gurin_and_Hurtado.pdf

http://www.learning-theories.com/vygotskys-social-learning-theory.html

http://psychology.about.com/od/developmentalpsychology/a/childdevtheory.htm
APPENDICES

Republic of the Philippines


Bulacan State University – Sarmiento Campus
San Jose Del Monte Bulacan

I, Lanoy, Irish Princes C. taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English is conducting a
survey for the requirement in our Social Dimension of Education subject about Addressing Literacy Needs
in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms.

Direction: Kindly encircle the following questions based on your observation and experience
inside the school or even at classroom.

1. Is your teacher is competitive on their subject matter?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

2. Is your teacher let you speak by your own opinion during the class hour?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

3. Do you think your teacher is enough to know your background?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

4. Do you consider your school is like your home?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

5. Did your teacher understand your behavior all the time?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

Appendix A
Republic of the Philippines
Bulacan State University – Sarmiento Campus
San Jose Del Monte Bulacan

I, Lanoy, Irish Princes C. taking up Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English is conducting a survey
for the requirement in our Social Dimension of Education subject about Addressing Literacy Needs in
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms.

Instruction: Kindly, encircle the following questions based on your teaching-learning process.
1. As a teacher, do you consider that every learner have a unique way?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

2. As a teacher, do you think it’s enough to facilitate only your subject matter?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

3. As a teacher, do you let your students to be interacting during your discussion hour?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always
4. As a teacher, do you attack the hearts of your students not just only in their mind?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

5. As a teacher, do you consider yourself as a competency?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

6. As a teacher, are their instances that you affect their culturally diverse?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always
7. As a teacher, do you determined the background of your students?
a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

8. As a teacher, do you let your students to be socializing to others?


a. Never b. Sometimes c. Always

Appendix B
IRISH PRINCESS C. LANOY
Dela Costa IV, Barangay Graceville,
City of San Jose Del Monte of Bulacan
09065591741
irish_lanoy@yahoo.com

As an entry-level teacher, I would like to utilize my lively and energetic attitude in teaching
student with great enthusiasm. With my administrative and institutional abilities, I would also
work to perform administrative tasks and responsibilities.

Other Information:

Date of Birth: June 05, 1993 Place of Birth: Looc, Romblon

Age: 18

Father’s Name: Manuel C. Lanoy Occupation: Security Guard

Mother’s Name: Eden C. Lanoy Occupation: Housekeeper

Educational Background:

School Year Attended


Elementary Pag-asa Elementary of Caloocan City 1999-2005

High School Lagro High School of Quezon City 2005-2009

College Bulacan State University 2009- 2013


City of San Jose Del Monte Bulacan

Character References:

Name Address Mobile No.

Ronald A. Merrera Blk 01 lot 08 09267180803


San Jose Del Monte of Bulacan

Ellen C. Lope karuahatan, Valenzuela City 09231632039

Geraldine Francisco Limun Sur, Looc Romblon 09152465898