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PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS

OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS

S.Y 2019 – 2020

A Research Paper

Presented to the Faculty of

Junior High School Department

Missionari Della Fede CHS., INC

Victoria, Laguna

In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Requirements for the

Junior High School Department

Grade 10 Students

Mathematics Subject

SHINLEE B. JOLO

ATHINA MARIA B. MAULAWIN

2019

Republic of the Philippines

Junior High School Department

Missinari Della Fede CHS., INC

Victoria, Laguna

APPROVAL SHEET

PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS’’

prepared and submitted by “GERON LOUIS R. DAUSIN, SHINLEE B.

JOLO, ATHINA MARIA B. MAULAWIN” in partial fulfilment of the

requirements for the grade 10 students is hereby recommended for

approval and acceptance.

TRIXIE SJ.TORRES

Adviser/Mathematics Teacher

a grade of_______.

School Department, Grade 10 Students.

Date Adviser/MathematicsTeacher

______________

Control No.

DEDICATION

G.L.R.D

DEDICATION

make the thesis and to all his love one that help him through this years

and to Teacher Trixie San Jose Torres that help him on how to do this

thesis and to the his group mate that help him make this work greater than

expected, to their parents who give their permission to go and make the

thesis.

S.B.J

DEDICATION

She dedicate this thesis for her whole family and to her friends and

to her group mates. She also want to thank her parents for supporting her

financially and personally for letting her to do her thesis everyday. She

also dedicate her thesis to God almighty, for giving her the ability to do this

A.M.B.M

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

He thanks his parents for all the love and support. He also thank God

G.L.R.D

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

He would like to thank his group mates for helping him for doing

their thesis. He would also like to thank his teacher and his parents for

S.B.J

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

She would like to thank her parents for supporting their thesis

and she also thank God for the knowledge he give to her. She would also

like to thank her groupmates, Shinlee Jolo and Geron Dausin for helping

A.M.B.M

ABSRACT

was said that if you overworked you’re mind wouldn’t function that much

and it will result to a bad study habit and bad result so you must be very

clear about what you want to accomplish during your study time to help

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preliminaries Page

TITLE…………………………………………….. i

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS …………………… vi

ABSTRACT ……………………………………. ix

Chapter

Introduction …………………………………… 1

3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Respondent of the Study ……………………. 13

In Mathematics …………………………… 19

In Mathematics ………………………….. 20

Summary ……………………………….. 22

Conclusion …………………………….. 23

Recommendations …………………… 23

BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. Books ……………………………

APPENDICES

‘’ B ‘’ Checklist ………………………………….

Factors ………………………………………..

LIST OF TABLES

Table Page

2 Level of Performance of Grade 10 Students’

In Mathematics ………………………………….. 19

In Mathematics …………………………………. 20

LIST OF FIGURE

Figure Page

CHAPTER 1

Introduction

or to the university that you go to. What could be the effect of study habit

on mathematics on your daily life, it could help you on your lesson and in

mathematics problem you could try and make your own solution on the

problems that are hard for you to answer to those question that might be

If you try to do too much studying at one time you will be tired and

your studying might not be effective, taking short breaks will restore your

mental energy and you will be ready again to study your lesson. Setting a

goal will help you stay focused and monitor your progress, you must be

very clear about what you want to accomplish during your study time to

help you focused on what you’re studying, reviewing your notes can help

you make sure you’re doing an assignment correctly also your notes might

contain information that will help you complete your assignment. Studying

problems that can be difficult for you to do the lessons that you might find

difficult.

much studying at one time they require breaks, they plan on what will they

study, they study lesson every day, setting specific goals for their studying

and they work on the assignments or lesson that they find the most

difficult. Doing those thing will help you get a good study habit on

mathematics and will help you study those part that are hard for you.

In this study, the research wants to know what will be the effect of

studying habits.

why the students are not doing well is because of ineffective study habit

the mathematics consume time they refuse to study because they think

There are some difference between good and bad study habit on

mathematics, Good study habit requires your own study method or you

studying the problems with their own easy method while bad study habit

only does few studying, being lazy and don’t solve any problems. They

doesn’t even practice on solving any problems, they choose to not study

think it’s a waste of time, will get low grades or scores and wouldn’t gain

any achievements. It is believe that the student who lacks effective and

Students that can’t have one goal have a bad study habit because you

only need to focus on one subject first then proceed to the next one.

and so on, but one of the reasons why the students fail is because of their

lack of effort to learn what their teacher taught them in the school and also

do not study at home because they fail to recognise the importance of

find out the effects of study habit on mathematics and what achievement

they could get. In this study, the researcher wants to know if the difference

Theoretical Framework

significant for the growth and development of the nation the knowledge

revealed that students performs lower than the expected level this under

Dweek.C.S (1999) sated that the students believed that their ability

is fixed probably at birth and there is a very little if anything they can do to

talent rather than from the slow development of skills through learning. “It’s

all in the Genes”. Either you can do it with little effort, or you will never be

Conceptual framework

are the good and bad study habits it includes studying your lesson, solving

and creating new problems, answering question that’s difficult for you to

answer, setting goals for your study and doing your assignment.

The dependent variables that serve as the basis on the performance

Student performance in

mathematics:

-Good study habits

Grade

performance?

Research hypothesis

Math Teachers

They can provide better experience when they are teaching or having

lesson on the students they teach, share new unique equation for the

difficult problems, they will be able to teach new things to students and

Students

They will learn new equation, they can learn how to solve those difficult

problems, continue to learn more and improve until they can solve those

difficult question.

Researcher

The researcher will able to find out the Effects of Study Habit on the

This study will cover the Effects of Study Habit on The Performance in

This study will cover the Effects of study habit on the performance in

2019-2020

Definition of Terms

Study habits. Study habits are the behaviours used when preparing for

Mathematics. It is the abstract of number, quantity, and space.

Chapter 2

Related Literature

vary from one student to the other and from one place to another. It is an

made frantic efforts to find out the causes of low achievement in the

subject. In spite of all these efforts the problems still persist. The study

expected to learn everything needed about the subject from their teachers

The review of related literature of this study identifies how fear and

interest, together with the students study habits can affect their

student must know learning method and study habits, which help him to

achieve the goals of education. Learning through good study habits is the

concern for learning of the child because learning through good study

habits influences our language, our skills, attitudes, interests and even our

complaining that they do not secure good marks, for this, many times the

Related Studies

to grips with and learned. This holds especially true to these days where

usages are mostly tied to numbers; thus demanding one’s skills in the

life situations.

and social vicissitudes, and with the depleted performance of the students

the crazes that are taking place not only for the students in the classroom

but everyone who has a hand to run into the changes. Every personage

the society to come across the indispensable needs for existence brought

experiences.

Nonis and Hudson (2010) specified that, it is not only the general

management skills, relate to student performance. What’s missing from

these surveys are the study habits or strategies that students use to learn,

mathematics but the leading barriers are their mistaken beliefs, prejudices,

enhance their mathematic skills, students must exhibit sutable study habits

According to Riaz et al (2002), the study habits of the students could play

Chapter 3

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Research Design

(2003) said about descriptive method was that, it is a way that focuses on

present condition and to find the new truth about the said problem. The

fact that it can have new form such that it can be different from some other

studies, can generate new ideas on how to solve the problem and can

Research Procedure

The researcher have different title’s and asked the adviser for what

should be the best among the title presented, then, the behavioural trait

Students was the title approved by the adviser. Next is, the researcher

analyzed the problem and create the first chapter of the research which

etc. The researcher also gathered data for the second chapter which is the

review of related literature and studies. Lastly, the researcher proceed to

chapter 3 that talks about the methodology to be used in the said study, it

Research Instrument

for the research problem. The said questionnaire was created by the

checklist is as follows:

5 90 above Outstanding

3 80.00-84.00 Satisfactory

Statistical Treatment of Data

The data gathered was statistically treated with the use of the weighted

habits.

The standard deviation was used to identify how widely values are

dispersed from the average value ( the mean) from the result of the extent

Chapter 4

tables according to the order and sequence of the specific problem areas

their grades and a questionnaire that were used to find the extent of Study

The 1st question has a mean of 3.62 and standard deviation of 0.90,

remarked as often. The 2nd question has a mean of 3.00 and standard

sometimes. The 5th question has a mean of 3.15 and standard deviation of

1.01, remarked as sometimes. The 6th question has a mean of 3.88 and a

8th question has a mean of 2.42 and a standard deviation 1.21, remarked

as rarely. The 9th question has a mean of 2.62 and a standard deviation

1.20, remarked as sometimes. The 10th question has a mean of 3.15 and

Table 1. Extent of Students’ Effects of Study Habits on the

Performance in mathematics

2. I exert more effort more when I do difficult 3.00 1.23 Sometimes

assignments.

3. I spend my vacant time in doing assignments or 2.77 1.14 Sometimes

studying my lessons.

4. I study the lessons I missed if I was absent from 3.19 1.30 Sometimes

the class.

5. I study and prepared for quizzes and test. 3.15 1.01 Sometimes

get low grades.

7. I spend less time with my friends during school 1.92 0.89 Rarely

days to concentrate more on my studies.

8. I prefer finishing my studies and my assignments 2.42 1.21 Rarely

first before watching any television program.

9. I see to it that extracurricular activities do not 2.62 1.20 Sometimes

hamper my studies.

10. I have a specific place of study at home which I 3.15 1.29 Sometimes

keep clean and orderly.

Weighted Mean 2.97

SD 0.62

Legend:

4.21 – 5.00 Always Very High

3.41 – 4.20 Often High

2.61 – 3.40 Sometimes Moderately High

1.81 – 2.60 Rarely Low

1.00 – 1.80 Never Very Low

The Extent of the effect of study habit on mathematics has a

Weighted mean of 2.97 and standard deviation of 0.62, interpreted as

Moderately High.

The findings of this study supported the findings of Etron (2008)

stating that a student must know learning method and study habits, which

Mathematics. The 1st Grading has a mean of 85, point equivalent of 3.48

grade deviation

equivalent

1st Grading 85 3.48 1.23 Very

satisfactory

2nd Grading 88.04 3.96 0.98 Very

satisfactory

Total average 86.52

Point equivalent grade 3.72

SD 1.13

Verbal interpretation High

Legend:

85.00 – 92.00 3.41 – 4.20 Very Satisfactory High

77.00 – 84.00 2.61 – 3.40 Satisfactory Moderately High

69.00 – 76.00 1.81 – 2.60 Fairly Satisfactory Low

60.00 – 68.00 1.00 – 1.80 Needs Improvement Very Low

The level of performance of Grade 10 Students in Mathematics has a mean

High.

The findings of this study supported the findings of Sarwar (2007) concludes

Performance in Mathematics

Table 3; It shows that significant effects of the effect of study habits on the

Significant.

on the performance in Mathematics

F Critical

Regression

0.002 Significant

3.24 1.96

Based in the result that shows in the table 5, it was clearly stated that the effect of

The findings of the study supported the findings of Michelli (2013) stated that .

Chapter 5

of the study.

Summary

performance?

Based on the data gathered the findings were draw. The following

students the P – value of 0.002 is greater than to the a – value of

Conclusion

The effects of study habit on mathematics was High .Also, the effect of

learners it was only Moderately High indicating that the students were

Since the result for the significant effects on the effect of study

Recommendations

Based on the findings that are drawn in the conclusion, the following

aware on the learning styles that their students have for them to

easily execute the discussion and to have hints on how we will

subject. Students can also know on what learning styles they are

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Introduction

https://www.iproject.com.ng/education/the-effects-of-study-habits-on-

academic-performance-of-students-in-public-secondary-schools/index.html

https://www.iproject.com.ng/education/the-effects-of-study-habits-on-

academic-performance-of-students-in-public-secondary-schools/index.html

Theoretical Framework

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/266009828_Secondary_Students'_At

titude_towards_Mathematics_in_a_Selected_School_of_Maldives

Conceptual Framework

http://shodhganga.inflibnet.ac.in/bitstream/10603/22673/7/07_chapter%201.pdf

Related Literature

APPENDIX A

Junior High School Department

Missinari Della Fede CHS., INC

Victoria, Laguna

PERFORMANCE IN MATHEMATICS OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS’’

prepared and submitted by “GERON LOUIS R. DAUSIN, SHINLEE B.

JOLO, ATHINA MARIA B. MAULAWIN” in partial fulfilment of the

requirements for the grade 10 students is hereby recommended for

approval and acceptance.

Very Respectfully,

______________________

Researcher

_____________________

SHINLEE B. JOLO

Researcher

_____________________

Researcher

Noted:

_________________________________

Thesis Adviser

Appendix B

Junior High School Department

Missinari Della Fede CHS., INC

Victoria, Laguna

Dear Respondent,

Good day!

great help for our research. We assure the data to be collected will be

treated confidentially.

Respectfully Yours,

SHINLEE B. JOLO

Researcher

Researcher

Researcher

GERON LOUIS R. DAUSIN

Address:

Contact no:

E-mail Address:

_____________________________________________________

Objective:

_____________________________________________________

PERSONAL DATA:

Gender : Male

Age :

Date of Birth :

Place of Birth :

Civil Status :

Citizenship :

Religion :

Height :

Weight :

Languages Spoken :

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

Secondary :

Elementary :

SHINLEE B. JOLO

E-mail Address :

_____________________________________________________

Objective :

_____________________________________________________

PERSONAL DATA :

Gender : Male

Age : 15

Citizenship : Filipino

Religion : Catholic

Height :

Weight : 50

EDUCATONAL QUALIFICATION :

Secondary :

Elementary :

ATHINA MARIA B. MAULAWIN

Contact No : 09174269034

________________________________________________________

Objective :

______________________________________________________

PERSONAL DATA :

Gender : Female

Age : 15

Citizenship ; Filipino

Religion : Catholic

Height :

Weight :

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :

Elementary :

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