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THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF PARENTAL GUIDANCE IN THE ACADEMIC


PERFORMANCE OF GRADE 11 EZEKIEL OF MATUTUM
VIEW BAPTIST ACADEMY INC.

In partial fulfillment
Of the requirements for the
PRACTICAL RESEARCH

BRANZUELA, ALLAN JOHN L.


SAMONTANES, REYAN JAN B.
2019
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DEDICATION

First and foremost, we dedictated this to our Lord and our savior Jesus Christ for

covering us with hands of protection. Thank you for stirring us knowledge and also

the innermost wisdom to do our our work. Thank you for continually molding us and

shaping us to be the best of what we can do.

Also we dedicated this to our beloved parents,

Especially to:

Mr.Allan V. Branzuela

Mr.Rey S. Samontanes

And

Mrs.Emma M. Branzuela

Mrs.Ruby Ann B. Samontanes

They are those individual whose obligation to their children’s educaton has

empowered them all, leaving a life-long impresion to be a life-long learners.


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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This thesis would not have been complete without the guidance of every individual

who encourage us to do the work with perseverance.

We want to express our greatest apreciation first to Almighty God whose strengthen

us and gives us wisdom. For whatever the trials is, He always there.

We must also acknowledge to our thesis instructor and adviser Francis Leonard C.

Abellana, whose piece of advice and encouragement have been evident throughout

this entire manuscript.

To our panelist Ma’am Yanna C. Busgano, Ma’am Mary Lourd Gales, Ma’am

Jerelyn Tolentino and Ma’am Angel Babes Araneta Amora, whose constructed

comments and suggestions contributed so much to the emprovement of this study.

To our school Matutum View, Baptist Academy, Incorporated, the Grade 11

students and their adviser for allowing us to conduct our surveys.

To all of our friends both near and far, we appreciate your encouragement, prayers

and support throughout this season.

Finally to our parents, Mr.Allan V. Branzuela, Mrs.Emma M. Branzuela, Mr.Rey

S. Samontanes and Mrs.Ruby Ann B. Samontanes, for their support morally and

financially.

To God be all the glory.


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ABSTRACT

Statement Of The Problem The respondents of the researcher will

be the grade 11 students in Matutum View,

Baptist, Academy Incorporated to know their

relationship between their parents and to know

the academic performance of every student

according to their parental guidance.

This study will be focusing only the

parental guidance in the academic

performance of grade 11 students.

This research seeks the following question:

1. What do parents in assisting the

students?

2. What is the general average of grade

11 in s.y 2019-2020

3. What was the positive impact of

parental guidance to the students’

academic performance?

Methodology The instrument of this study is the use

of survey questionnaire to determine the

parental guidance to the academic

performance of grade 11 Senior high of

Matutum View Baptist Academy Inc.


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The researcher primarily used statistics

in presenting data. As appropriate same data

will be presented in tubular form. Responses

that will be gathered in the survey will be

tallied.

Simply frequency counts and

percentages will be utilized to present the

whole result of the study.

Frequency counts, percentage for

determination of the respondents' survey

questionnaire result.

Findings There are four (4) of the students with

a percentage of 21.05% which describe as

outstanding and there are 7 of the students

with the percentage of 36.84% which also

have very satisfactory.

There fifteen (15) questions in the

likert scale test that was given for the nineteen

(19) respondents, out of fifteen (15) question

in the likert scale test mostly of the students

answered sometimes, therefore these student

have their positive effect of parental guidance

to the academic performance of the Grade X

students in Matutum View Baptist Academy


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Inc.

Conclusion Based on the findings of the study, the

following conclusions are:

1. In the table 1.1, there are 16 or 84.21%

of students agree that sometimes their parent

ask them about their studies.in table 1.2 there

are 12 or 63.16% students said that their

parent encourage them to go in school every

day. In table 1.3, there are 10 or 52.63% or the

students said that their parents encourage them

sometimes. In table 1.4, there are 14 or

73.68% agree that sometimes their parent

motivate them to aim good grades. In table 1.5

there are 15 or 78.95% of the students agree

that sometimes their parent attend school

activities or meetings. In table 1.6 there are 11

or 57.89% of the students agree that

sometimes their parent show concerned with

their grade. In table 1.7 there are 10 or 52.63%

agree that their parent sometimes reminding

them to do well in school In table 1.8 there

are 10 or 52.63% of the students always

concerned with their grade. In table 1.9 there

are 10 pr 52.63% of the students sometimes

tell their grade to their parent. In table 1.10


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there are 13 or 68.42% of the students

sometimes aiming for a higher grade. In table

1.11 there are 17 or 89.47% of the students

sometimes study at home. In table 1.12 there

are 16 or 84.21% of the students sometimes

pass their projects early. In table 1.13 there are

13 or 68.42% of the students agree that their

parent sometimes motivate them to their

studies. In table 1.14 there are 10 or 52.63% of

the students agree that their parent sometimes

gave them gift when they got good grades. In

table 1.15 there are 9 or 47.37% of the

students agree that sometimes their parents

treat them anywhere when they got good

grades.

2. There are four (4) of the students with

a percentage of 21.05% which describe as

outstanding and there are 7 of the students

with the percentage of 36.84% which also

have very satisfactory.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE…………………………………………………………………………I

DEDICATION……………………………………………………………………. ...II

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT………………………………………………………….III

ABSTRACT…………………………………………………………………………IV

TABLE OF CONTENTS………………………………………………...……….VIII

CHAPTER

I. THE PROBLEM

Introduction…………………………………………………….………….1

Statement of the problem ……………………….………………………...2

Scope and Delimitation……………………………………………………3

Significance of Study……………………………………………………...3

II. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

Related Literature …………………………………………………………4

Related studies……………………………………………………………..5

Theoretical Framework……………………………………………………6

Conceptual Framework……………………………………………………7

Definition of Terms………………………………………………………..7

III. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Research Design…………………………………………………………...8

Research Locale…………………………………………………………...9
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Respondents Of The Study………………………………………………..9

Research Procedure………………………………………………………..9

Research Instrument……………………………………………………….9

Statistical Treatment of Data………………………………………………9

IV. PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Likert Scale Result for the positive

effect of parental Guidance Of

grade 11 students ………………………………………………………..10

Grading scale of grade 11 students……………………………………….20

V. SUMMARY, FINDINGS, CONCLUSION AND

RECOMMENDATION

Summary……..……………………………………………………..........22

Findings…………………………………………………………………..22

Conclusion………………………………………………………………..23

Recommendation ………………………………………………………..24

BIBLIOGRAPHY…………………………………………………………………..25

APPENDICES

A. Survey Questionnaire ………………………………………………..27

B. Letter to Principal………………………………………………………28

C. Letter to Respondents…………………………………………………..29

CURRICULUM VITEA……………………………………………………………30
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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1

THE RESULT FOR THE POSITIVE EFFECT

FOR PARENTAL GUIDANCE OF

GRADE 11 STUDENTS ……….……...…………………………………….10

Table 2

GRADING SCALE ………………………………………………………….21