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Research Design

The Fish bowl method was used in this study, because in this method, it is easy to
identify the variables; likewise it is easy to generate data. This study tried to
define the effectiveness of cooperative learning in social skillsThe study focused
at the present condition. The purpose was to know the comprehension ability of
the student.

Description of Respondents

The respondents of the study were the selected High school students of
Wellspring of Grace School


The subjects of this study were the 53 students, specifically under the 7 to
12 of the Wellspring of Grace School enrolled during the academic year 2018-
Sample and Sampling Technique

The researchers used the Slovin Formula to determine the number of the
respondents. Stratified random sampling was used in this study. This method was
done by first assigning numbers to the participants of the population assembling
them in a sample frame. The formula for the Slovin is n = N / (1 + Ne2).

The computation for finding the sample is as follows:

Where, N = 53(Total population of students in the grades: 7,8,9,10,11 and

12 Wellspring of Grace School)

e = 5% (Margin of Error)

n = N / (1 + Ne2)

n = 53 / (1 + 53(0.05)2)

n = 53 / (1 + 53 (0.0025))

n = 53 / (1+0.1325)

n = 53 / 1.1325

n = 46.79

n = 47


The classroom learning environment questionnaire was used as the main

instrument of the study. The classroom learning environment questionnaire is
consisted of 10 items,
Data Gathering Procedures

In order to conduct the study, the researchers used the following procedures:

The questionnaires were administered to the selected High school student

respondents through the assistance of their specific teacher.

After the respondents had answered the questionnaires, the researchers collected it.

Then, the data collected were tallied, analyzed and validated with the help of an
English Teacher.

Statistical Treatment of Data

This study employed statistical tools such as frequency and percentage

distribution and likert scale. We used the frequency and percentage distribution
to describe the respondents in terms of age and gender.
p= percentage
f= frequency
n=no. of respondents
We also used the Likert Scale to determine the results on the effects of strict
*Ranking Method
R1=the rank of one variable as arranged in chronological order
R2= the ranks of the other variable