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THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF TARDINESS IN STUDIES OF SELECTED


GRADE 10 STUDENTS OF PULONG STA CRUZ NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

S.Y. 2019-2020

In Partial Fulfillment

of the Requirements for

Grade 10 English

BY

GRADE 10 GOMBURZA

ZOREN TOLEDO
AGUSTIN SICSIC
RAHUL GALERIA
CHRISTIAN BELGICA
EDCEL BANDALAN
BERN BARROS
BEA BONON
PRINCESS ECHANO
JUDILYN ALIVIO

MARCH 2020

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INTRODUCTION

Tardiness is the aspect of being late when students don’t arrive in school
on time. They're convicted as tardiness. Due to the irreversible increase of late,
we pursue ourselves to find more the negative effects of tardiness. It is become
somehow a habit of a student even their house is near to the school and it will
cause a problem to them.

They will miss all of the discussions. A student may not perform well in
class because of being tardiness. These are the possible negative effects of
tardiness; First, Tardiness disorganizes and causes distraction to the individual
and the whole class. Second, Lateness inhibits the process of achieving the
goals of the school. Third, Tardiness leads to absenteeism and general failure in
life. Fourth, Tardiness can also affect the student’s school performance. And last,
Students may not be able to catch on the lesson because they are always late for
school.

Lateness causes students to feel disconnected from school, leading to


behavioural problems and dropouts. Students who are often late for school are
also more likely to be fired from work. When students are late, they produce also
a negative impact on their teachers and their classmates.

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

This year, the number of late students attending school does not decrease
that it needs some further actions and possible solution. That is why we motivate
ourselves to do this topic that we are working for as we observed in our
surroundings, because the problem may get worst if we do nothing.

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Due increasing number of tardiness of the selected grade 10 students, we
conduct a research about it. We may not disqualify this kind of problem, yet we
want to help our fellow students. We will think of some things that will enlighten
their minds to realize that being tardy may affect their studies.

Our purpose of the study is to be aware and to learn that tardiness has a
great negative impact to our studies and we must prevent having tardiness.
Although this is just a basic research but it can have a big contribution to our
school and also to our fellow students. We did this to convey knowledge and to
find out what negative effects it can have on us.

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

This study aims how being tardiness affect the students in their studies. Here
is the question this study wants to answer:

1. What are the possible negative effects of tardiness in the school


performances of selected grade 10 students?

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

This study will significant to the following:

Students: This study will help students to be responsible and disciplined.

Parents: It will help them to discover what thing they will do to make their
children not to feel tardy every day

Teachers: The benefits of this study will help teachers to continue their
lesson without getting interrupted.

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

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Foreign Literature

Tardiness among students gets its personal bad backlashes.


According to Nakpodia and Dafiaghor (2011) emphasized that lateness or
tardiness constitutes none only this issue of this past students but it
involves the surrounding people. A student coming late in class distracts
the rest of the students and disrupts the flow of the teacher’s discussion. It
is even a burden to the student/s whom the late students ask for what to
catch up with. The rest of the effects given by Nakpodia and Dafiaghor are
about the welfare of the whole school, its productivity and revenue.
Knowing the possible effects of lateness or tardiness, it is necessary for
solutions to be executed.

Local Literature

According to the National Initiative Attendance Works (2015)


missing just 10% of the school year in early grades causes many students
to struggle in primary school, and lateness in later grades is associated
with increased failure dropout rates. Fortunately, parents can help to
prevent tardiness from becoming frequent enough to negatively impact
their child’s school life.

SCOPE AND DELIMITATION

The focus of our study is precisely facing the negative effects of tardiness
in studies of selected grade 10 students of Pulong Sta Cruz National High
School. 30 to 40 respondents were aimlessly selected from the month of
November to December 2019. We are hoping that they will now be responsible in
their studies.

DATA ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION

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This chapter presents the data gathered, the result of statistical analysis done
and interpretation of finding. These are presented in tables following the
sequence of the specific research problem regarding The Negative Effects of
Tardiness in Studies of Selected Grade 10 Students of Pulong Sta. Cruz National
High School.
70.00%

60.00%

50.00% In this
bar graph
PERCENTAGE

40.00%

shown, that
30.00%
respondents
20.00%
strongly
10.00%
agreed with
0.00%
Statement 1 Statement 2 Statement 3 Statement 4 Statement 5
statement
number 1
Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree
which says
that tardiness can affect the studies of the students with an average of 47.5%,
and students agreed to statement number 2 stating that tardiness can lead
students to miss their teacher’s discussion with an average of 62.5%, students
also agreed to statement number 3 stating that tardiness can interrupt teacher’s
discussion with an average of 60%, students agreed to statement number 4
stating that tardiness can affect student’s school performance with an average of

52.2%, and respondents agreed to statement number 5 stating that tardiness can
affect students lack of knowledge.

Statement 1.

N %
Strongly Agree 19 47.5%

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Agree 14 35%
Disagree 5 12.5%
Strongly Disagree 2 5%

For statement 1, which says that tardiness can affect the studies of the
students, 47.5% of the students says that they strongly agree, 35% of them
agree, 12.5% of them disagree, 5% of them strongly disagree.

Formula: N(100)/total number of respondents

Statement 2.

N %
Strongly Agree 11 27.5%
Agree 25 62.5%
Disagree 2 5%
Strongly Disagree 2 5%

For statement 2, which says tardiness can lead students to miss their
teacher’s discussion, 27.5% of them say that they strongly agree, 62.5% of them
agree, 5% of them disagree and 5% of them strongly disagree.

Statement 3.

N %
Strongly Agree 8 20%
Agree 24 60%
Disagree 6 15%

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Strongly Disagree 2 5%

In statement 3, which says tardiness can interrupt teacher’s discussion,


20% of them say that they strongly agree, 60% of them agree, 15% of them
disagree, and 5% of them strongly disagree.

Statement 4.

N %
Strongly Agree 12 30%
Agree 21 52.2%
Disagree 3 7.5%
Strongly Disagree 3 7.5%

For statement 4, which says, tardiness affects student’s school


performance, 30% of them say they strongly agree, 52.2% of them agree, 7.5%
of them disagree, and 7.5% of them strongly disagree.

Statement 5

N %
Strongly Agree 9 22.5%
Agree 15 37.5%

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Disagree 12 30%
Strongly Disagree 3 7.5%

For statement 5, which says, tardiness can affect students to lack of knowledge,
22.5% of them say that they strongly agree, 37.5% of them agree, 30% of them
disagree, and 7.5% of them strongly disagree.

CONCLUSION

Therefore, based on our survey, our respondents given in the graph, we


conclude that the negative effects of tardiness can lead students to miss their
teacher's discussion which leads to failure in their school performances.

RECOMMENDATION

We highly recommend to students to practice time management. They must learn


how to balance their time so they can catch up with their teacher’s discussion and
to avoid tardiness.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Nakpodia, E.D. and Dafiaghor (2011).The Dependent Outcome of Teachers

Performance in Secondary Schools in Delta State: An Empirical

Assessment of Principal’s Supervision Capacity. African Journal of

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