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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Kidapawan City Division
NORTH VALLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.
Lanao, Kidapawan City

“IMPACT OF CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES TO THE STUDENT’S LEARNING

PROCESS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NORTH VALLEY

COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.”

FREDELIZ, PAUL JOSEPH C.


ANIÑON, VANIE JANE B.
TABIGUE, NADARRY V.
MIFLORES, FERRY MARIE

MARCH 2019
ABSTRACT

PAUL JOSEPH C. FREDELIZ , VANIE JANE M. ANIÑON, NADARRY V.


TABIGUE,FERRY MARIE MIFLORES March 2019 "Factors
affecting the academic performance in Statistics and Probability
Subject of Grade XI Students in North Valley College Foundation,
Incorporated."Senior High School Undergraduate Thesis. North Valley
College Foundation, Inc., Brgy. Lanao, Kidapawan City.

Adviser: Rochelle Ivy Manalo

The purpose of this study is to identify the impact of classroom activities to

the Senior High School students of North Valley College Foundation, Inc.

specifically, to determine the impact of classroom activities to the Senior High

School students of North Valley College Foundation, Inc. The respondents of this

study are the students of North Valley College Foundation, Incorporated

particularly the Senior High School Students (Grade 11) specifically from

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The study uses

survey questionnaires in order to gather the data given by the respondents'

perceptions. All of the data’s are well interpreted, analyzed, and summarized

using Recursive Abstraction.

Moreover, the respondents say that the Classroom Activities can help to

improve their critical thinking skills, social interaction and self-esteem towards

struggles in class during participation.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

With boundless love and appreciation, the researchers would like to

extend their gratitude to the people who support morally and financially, help

thoughtfully and inspire courageously that the research paper was conducted

successfully.

To the principal of the institution, Ma'am Gemma E. Castilare, MIE who

allows and give permission to the respondents to conduct the survey.

To their Practical Research Adviser, Ma'am Rochelle Ivy Manalo, LPT

who helps ,guides and encourages the researchers to do the research paper.

To the Panel of Examiners, especially Sir Jason L. Espino, and Ma'am

Lovely Jen E. Tabugoc for their constructive feedback, comments, suggestions,

and judgements of the study results.

Special thanks also to their supportive family and classmates, for the

financial and moral supports they gave for the inspiration, motivation,

determination, encouragement, prayers and guidance so that the study was

conducted successfully..
Above all else, the one who gives them love, strength, protection,

knowledge and wisdom, the Father of all, the Almighty God that gives hopes to

the researchers to put up this research paper manuscript and face all the

hindrances and obstacles in life despite of all circumstances.

The Researchers
DEDICATION

To the researchers lovable and supportive family who gives his lessons in

spiritual things;

To his adored and responsible parent, Mr. Richard P. Fredeliz and Mrs.

Francisca C. Fredeliz;

To his Siblings, Aunties, Uncles, and Cousins;

To the Respondents of this study;

To his special someone who supports, guided and inspire him;

Friends and Classmates;

And most importantly and especially to Almighty God who gave him bountiful

blessings, strength, protection, knowledge and wisdom for the success of his

study, his humble work is dedicated to all of them.

D.O.D.O_69

Researcher
DEDICATION

To the researchers beloved and supportive family who gives her lessons in

spiritual things;

To her adored and responsible parent, Mr. Juvane E. Aniñon and Mrs.Genie M.

Aniñon;

To her Siblings, Aunties, Uncles, and Cousins;

To the Respondents of this study;

To her special someone who supports, guided and inspire her;

Friends and Classmates;

And most especially to Almighty God who gave her bountiful blessings, strength,

protection, knowledge and wisdom for the success of her study, her humble

work is dedicated to all of them.

V.J.M.A_22_29

Researcher
DEDICATION

To the researchers lovable and supportive family who gives his lessons in

spiritual things;

To his adored and responsible parent, Mr. Edgardo S. Tabigue and Mrs.Geva

Tabigue;

To his Siblings, Aunties, Uncles, and Cousins;

To the Respondents of this study;

To his special someone who supports, guided and inspire him;

Friends and Classmates;

And most importantly and especially to Almighty God who gave him bountiful

blessings, strength, protection, knowledge and wisdom for the success of his

study, his humble work is dedicated to all of them.

N.A.D.A.R.R.Y_68

Researcher
DEDICATION

To the researchers beloved and supportive family who gives her lessons in

spiritual things;

To her adored and responsible parent, Mr. Gaudencio Gavas Jr. and Mrs.

Zurieda Miflores;

To her Siblings, Aunties, Uncles, and Cousins;

To the Respondents of this study;

To her special someone who supports, guided and inspire her;

Friends and Classmates;

And most especially to Almighty God who gave her bountiful blessings, strength,

protection, knowledge and wisdom for the success of her study, her humble

work is dedicated to all of them.

F.E.R.R.Y_M

Researcher
NORTH VALLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.
Lanao, Kidapawan City Province of Cotabato
Telephone / Fax no. (064) 6726381

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APPROVAL SHEET

Names: PAUL JOSEPH C. FREDELIZ Grade: 11


VANIE JANE M. ANIÑON
NADARRY V. TABIGUE
FERRY MARIE MIFLORES

Strand: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICS


Research Title: IMPACT OF CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES TO THE STUDENT’S
LEARNING PROCESS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS
IN NORTH VALLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.

Panel:
JASON L. ESPINO
Chairman

____________
Date

LOVELY JEN E. TABUGOC ROCHELLE IVY C. MANALO, LPT


Member Adviser

________________ ________________
Date Date

GEMMA E. CASTILLARE, MIE


Principal

______________
Date

Accepted and approved in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the


PRACTICAL RESEARCH 1.
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XII
NORTH VALLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION INC.
Lanao, Kidapawan City

February 19, 2019


GEMMA E. CASTILLARE, MIE
Senior High School Principal

Ma’am:
Greetings of Peace and Solidarity!
We would like to ask permission from your good office for us to conduct a
research to particular Senior Grade 11 High School Students. This is to apply the
principles that we have learned in our research subject and proved our study
entitled “IMPACT OF CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES TO THE STUDENT’S
LEARNING PROCESS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NORTH
VALLEY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC.”

We are hoping for your favorable and kind approval.


Respectfully yours,

PAUL JOSEPH C. FREDELIZ

VANIE JANE M. ANIÑON

NADARRY V. TABIGUE

FERRY MARIE MIFLORES

Noted by: Approved by:


ROCHELLE IVY C. MANALO, LPT GEMMA E. CASTILLARE, MIE
Practical Research Adviser Principal
INTRODUCTION

Classroom activities have been a essential part of all schools for it helps

the students skills to be improved. It supports the school and therefore

encourages victory in life. It helps produces productive citizenship and is

educational. It helps students like interpersonal and time management skills; it

builds skills that help them in their future.

One of the achievements of parents, teachers, and the school desires for

their children to succeed academically. For this reason, it is important to know

which factors are likely to have an influence on a students’ achievement on

academics.

Critics observed that participation in classroom activities may help improve

emotional, physical and critical thinking skills. It is claimed that joining classroom

activities can motivate students to achieve harder and can keep them from

attending school.

This research topic was of particular significance to the research with an

interest in classroom activities and high regard for academia. Furthermore, the

researcher stresses the importance of being physically active and healthy while

gaining a good education. The current study aimed to look for the impact of

classroom activities to the student’s learning process.


Purpose of the study

1. Identify the classroom activities in learning process.

2. Evaluate the effect of classroom activities to the student’s learning

process.

Statement of the Problem

This study aims to determine the impacts of classroom activities to the

students’ academic performance. It specifically answers the following questions:

1. What are the activities used by the teachers in learning process.

2. How the classroom activities affect the student’s learning process.

Scope and Delimitation of the Study

The target respondents of this study were the students of North Valley

College Foundation Inc. Senior High School students, representing the majority

of school population.
Significance of the Study

This study is about the impact of classroom activities in students’

academic performance of North Valley College Foundation Incorporated Senior

High School Students School Year 2018-2019. The following persons that would

benefit from the study are:

a. Students. They will be more aware to the impact of classroom activities

on their academic performance.

b. Teachers. They will be able to determine how to handle students’ who

are experiencing the above mention situations.

c. Administration. The researchers wholeheartedly wish that the

administration may be able to action on these situations.


Operational Definition of Terms

Academic Performance – describes an individual’s performance in academics

Classroom Activities- this is where students partake classroom activities

Learning Process- it describes on how the student will react with regards to the

classroom activities

Impact- defines what is/are the effects.


REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

Research and writings have addressed how classroom learning

environments influence student learning, but more recent attention has focused

on how classroom activities influence students’ views about the nature and

purpose of learning. According to Ames (1984) that described how learning

environments can be differentiated in terms of specific informational cues and

how they influence students’ processing of information and cognitions about their

performance. In that article, Ames examined how the structure of learning

environments can make different goals salient and consequently affect how

students think about themselves, their tasks, and others.

Considerable, on describing how different goals elicit qualitatively

different motivational patterns and how these goals are reflected in the boarder

context of classroom learning environments. Establishing linkages between the

environment, goals, and student motivational outcomes has been very important;

determining how to create these goals are reflected in the broader context of

classroom learning activities. Classroom activities defines integrated pattern of

attributions, and affect that produces the intentions of behavior (Weiner, 1986)

and is represented by different ways of approaching, and engaging in, and

responding to achievement-type activities (Dweck & Leggett, 1988).

According to Butler (1987), mastery goals increase the amount of

time children spending on learning tasks. Elliott (1988) believed that, their

persistence in the face of difficulty.


METHODOLOGY

Research Design

The researchers utilized the descriptive method using qualitative approach

in gathering information. The study involves the collection of data to answer

questions concerning the current status of the subjects in the study. It is

designed to gather information or conditions existing at a particular period of

time. The focus of the whole implored phenomenology research design showed

that was the impacts of sport activities to the academic performance of Senior

High School students in North Valley College Foundation, Inc.

Research Locale

The study was conducted at North Valley College Foundation Inc. located

at Brgy. Lanao, Kidapawan City, specifically at the Senior High School

Department (Grade 11 STEM)


Research Respondents

The principal respondents of the study were the 15 students of Grade 11

Senior High School Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM),

students of North Valley College Foundation Incorporated of the School Year

2018-2019.

Sampling Procedure

The research had used Sampling Procedure in which 15 random Science,

Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students was chosen to

answer the questions.

Data Gathering Procedure

In conduct of the study, the researchers asked permission from the office

of the Senior High School Principal and Faculty to allow the researchers to use

more or less 20 minutes of the teacher’s subject period for the respondents to

answer the questions. The researchers had personally interviewed the

respondents accordingly, to the questionnaire considered. The survey test was

recorded by the researchers and the data was tallied, analyzed and explained

according to the explicit problem set ahead.


Research Instrument

The instrument used is a questionnaire where it needs to be answered

privately and what the respondent’s opinions, their views and perspective on the

study.

Data Analysis Procedure

The researchers had used Recursive Abstraction in which all of the data

will be summarized and analyzed.


RESULT AND DISCUSSION

This chapter shows the study’s result and discussion wherein the study is

entitled “Impact of Classroom Activities to the Students Learning Process of

Senior High School Students in North Valley College Foundation, Inc.”,

particularly to the Grade 11 Senior High School Science, Technology,

Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students.

Table 1. Impact of Classroom Activities to the Students Learning Process of

Senior High School Students in North Valley College Foundation, Inc.

CLASSROOM PARTICIPANTS EFFECTS OF

ACTIVITIES CLASSROOM

ACTIVITIES

1. Debate RESPONDENT # 1 It helps improve

critical thinking skills,

makes the mind keen.

RESPONDENT # 2 Debate helps make a

student sociable and by

this one’s interacting


skills can be improved

RESPONDENT # 3 It tests how an

individual defend one’s

side and also tests on

how a group will handle

the team.

2. Role Play RESPONDENT # 1 It makes the student

or an individual to show

his/her talent in acting.

RESPONDENT # 2 It helps the student

boost his/her confidence.

RESPONDENT # 3 Develops social

interaction between each

other. It also makes a

relationship between
classmates stronger.

3.Brainstorming RESPONDENT # 1 Sharing of ideas

enhances critical thinking

skills.

RESPONDENT # 2 Arguing may lead to

misinterpreting the ideas

from different students

perception.

RESPONDENT # 3 Promotes good ideas

towards answering the

topic given by the

teacher.
SUMMARY CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

Summary

This research work focused and studied the “Impact of Classroom

Activities to the learning process of Senior High School Students in North Valley

College Foundation, Inc.”

The respondents of the study were the Grade 11 Senior High

School students of North Valley College Foundation Incorporated specifically the

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) school year 2018-

2019. The researchers used Random Sampling Procedure in which 3 students

has been randomly selected had answered the questions that the researchers

adopted from the previous studies. All the Data were analyzed, summarized and

well interpreted by the researchers using Recursive Abstraction.

The results cited out of the Impact of Classroom Activities to the learning

process of Senior High School Students in North Valley College Foundation, Inc.

The respondents strongly agreed that classroom activities can help in improving

grades.
Conclusions

Considering the results of the study, the researchers concluded that:

1. Joining classroom activities can help in improving a student’s grade.

2. Classroom activities can help to enhance their critical thinking skills that

can help boost their self-confidence.

3. Classroom activities help improve a student’s social interaction.

Recommendation

The researchers strongly recommend the following:

1. For the Students, the students must be active in joining classroom

activities because through this their self-confidence will improve and also,

it can build a good relationship with others.

2. For the Parents, they should support and convince their children to

participate in classroom activities because it is very helpful in terms of

improving their child’s grades.

3. For the Administrators and Teachers of the Institution – they must guide

and implement classroom activities in order the students to participate and

to be active in class.

4. For the Future Researchers, they can use this research paper as a proof

for their research that classroom activities is a big help to improve

students’ critical thinking skills, self-esteem, and social interaction.


Literature Cited

digitalcommons.liberty.edu

beneylu.com

psycnet.apa.org

llgarcia.educ.msu.edu

www.academia.edu

pdfs.semanticscholar.org

digitalcommons.liberty.edu
CURICULUMN VITAE

Name: Paul Joseph C. Fredeliz


Date of Birth: February 16, 2002
Place of Birth: Kidapawan City, North Cotabato
Sex: Male
Address: Purok 3, Malamote, Kabacan, North Cotabato
Father: Richard P. Fredeliz
Businessman
Mother: Francisca C. Fredeliz
Businesswoman

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Elementary: Lanao Central Elementary School


Brgy. Lanao, Kidapawan City
S.Y. 2013-2014
Secondary: Kabacan Wesleyan Academy Incorporated
Abellera St. Kabacan, North Cotabato
S.Y. 2017-2018
Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM)
CURICULUMN VITAE

Name: Vanie Jane M. Aniñon


Date of Birth: April 22, 2001
Place of Birth: Brgy. Del Pilar, Magpet, North Cotabato
Sex: Female
Address: Purok 5, Brgy.Del Pilar, Magpet, North Cotabato
Father: Juvane E. Aniñon
Construction Worker
Mother: Genie M. Aniñon
House Keeper

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Elementary: Del Pilar Learning Center


Brgy. Del Pilar, Magpet, North Cotabato
S.Y. 2013-2014
Secondary: Marciano Dahan High School
Doroluman, Arakan, North Cotabato
S.Y. 2017-2018
Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM)
CURICULUMN VITAE

Name: Nadarry V. Tabigue


Date of Birth: December 20, 1999
Place of Birth: Brgy. Ilomavis, Kidapawan City
Sex: Male
Address: Brgy. Ilomavis, Kidapawan City
Father: Edgardo S. Tabigue
Farmer
Mother: Geva V. Tabigue
Housewife

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Elementary: Cayetano A. Javier Memorial Elementary School


Brgy. Ilomavis, Kidapawan City
S.Y. 2013-2014
Secondary: Notre Dame of Kidapawan Colleges
Kidapawan City
S.Y. 2017-2018
Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM)
CURICULUMN VITAE

Name: Ferry Marie Miflores


Date of Birth: August 4, 2001
Place of Birth: Tondo, Laguna
Sex: Female
Address: Brgy. San Isidro, Kidapawan City
Father: Gaudencio Gavas Jr.
Seaman
Mother: Zurieda Miflores
Businesswoman

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT

Elementary: San Isidro Elementary School


San Isidro, Kidapawan City
S.Y. 2013-2014
Secondary: Juan L. Gantuangco School of Arts and Trades
San Isidro, Kidapawan City
S.Y. 2017-2018
Strand: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
(STEM)