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Preferred Teaching Strategies of Grade 11 STEM Students of Lyceum of the

Philippines University - Batangas in Science Courses

A Research Presented to the Faculty of the Senior High School


Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas

In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the K to 12 Enhanced Basic


Education Curriculum

Ilagan, Alea Trixie A.


Evangelio, Jesus Victor M.
Macasaet, Paulo Angelo R.
Mañibo, John lowell Gabriel M.
Torrocha, Jaime IV T.
and
Mr. Adonis M. Saniel

May 2019
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THESIS ABSTRACT

Title: Preferred Teaching Strategies of Grade 11 STEM


Students of Lyceum of the Philippines University
Batangas in Science Courses

Total Number of Pages: 67 pages

Authors: Ilagan, Alea Trixie A.


Evangelio, Jesus Victor M.
Macasaet Paulo Angelo R.
Manibo, John Lowell Gabriel M.
Torrocha, Jaime T. IV

Type of Document: Thesis

Name of Institution: Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas

Address: Gulod Labac, Batangas City

The study aimed to determine the preferred teaching strategies of Grade 11


STEM students of Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas in Science
courses. This paper utilized the descriptive design as the research method. The
respondents were the grade 11 STEM students who took up Science courses in
the whole A.Y. 2018- 2019. The questionnaire counted the profile of the
respondents which showed that majority is female. The study found out the
preferred teaching strategies of students. The highest in rank was as for
behavioral, training the students to determine the objectives they want to achieve;
as for cognitive, using problem solving strategy and allowing students to generate
new information through making comparison between their previous knowledge
and new one and; as for affective, applying group work in the class to serve desired
objective. There were suggested programs presented.

Keywords: Behavioral Strategies, Cognitive Strategies, Affective Strategies


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APPROVAL SHEET

In partial fulfilment of the requirements for K to 12 Enhanced Basic


Education Curriculum this thesis titled "Preferred Teaching Strategies of Grade 11
STEM Students of Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas in Science
Courses" submitted by Victor Evangelio, Alea Ilagan, Paulo Macasaet, Lowell
Mañibo and Jaime Torrocha has been examined and recommended for
acceptance and recommended for oral examination.

ADONIS M. SANIEL, LPT


Research Adviser

Defended in an oral examination before a duty consulted panel with a grade


of ____________

PANEL OF EXAMINERS

BEVERLY T. CAIGA, PhD


Chairman

ANNALIE D. PATEÑA, LPT, MS Math HANNA KATRINE E. RAZONABLE, LPT


Member Member

ELEONOR C. MAGADIA
Member

Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for K to 12 Enhanced


Basic Education Curriculum.

VIVIAN A. PEREZ, PhD


Principal
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page i

Abstract ii

Approval Sheet iii

Table of Contents iv

List of Table v

List of Appendices vi

Acknowledgment vii

INTRODUCTION 1

OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 3

LITERATURE REVIEW 3

METHODS 21

Research Design 21

Participants of the Study 22

Instruments 22

Data Collection Procedure 22

Data Analysis 23

Ethical Considerations 23

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 24

CONCLUSIONS 38

RECOMMENDATIONS 39

REFERENCES 40

APPENDICES 47
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LIST OF TABLES

Table Title Page

1 Profile of the Respondents 24

2.1 Teaching Strategies in Terms of Behavioral Approach 25

2.2 Teaching Strategies in Terms of Cognitive Approach 29

2.3 Teaching Strategies in Terms of Effective Approach 33

3.1 Significant Difference in the Preferred Teaching Strategies 36

When Grouped according to Sex

3.2 Significant Difference in the Preferred Teaching Strategies 37

When Grouped according to Section

3.3 Action Plan to Enhance the Teaching Strategies 38

Preferred by the Students


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LIST OF APPENDICES

Appendix Title Page

A Cover Letter 47

B Questionnaire 48

C Statistical Output 51

D Suggestion of Activities 67
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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

This research was supported by Sir. Adonis Saniel who provided insight and

expertise that greatly assisted the researchers and gave suggestions and

comment that greatly improved the research paper.

We would also want to thank Sir Jefferson Abareta, for helping us

throughout the progress of our research;

We would also like to show our gratitude to, Ms. Annalie Pateña and Dr.

Beverly Caiga, for sharing their pearls of wisdom with us during the course of this

research;

And also, Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas, for giving this

opportunity in creating this research for the betterment of its students and for future

researchers; and

Lastly, to our God Almighty, thank you for giving us the wisdom and strength

until the end of this research. We offer the success of our work to you.

The Researchers