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EXAMINING THE STUDY HABITS OF FILIPINO SECONDARY PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THIS 21ST CENTURY: WHO AND WHAT INFLUENCE THEM THE MOST

Lennen Crisostomo

Students have different study habits., that influence their attitudes toward their classes. This study will examine or investigate who and what most affects students’ study habits in the 21st century. Study habits are the very core of the students on how they perform at class. Habits can make the students’ academic performance either good or bad in specific tasks such as answering exams, reciting, and writing. The other factors that interest are: recent curriculum changed in my place of work, the changes created by the use of new information and communication technologies, parents’ upbringing, increased awareness of students’ rights, and the current situation of public school classrooms.

(Include here some reference to existing literature regarding how changes in new information and communication technologies, lack of work-life balance of parents, overseas migration of working parents, popular media, etc. are affecting students and their study habits).

I have considered to conduct my study in my work place, which is Cong. Teodulo C. Natividad High School, given my access to easily get primary and secondary data. (Include here why you picked this school besides the obvious convenience sampling – is this a typical high school in terms of demographic profile of students and teachers, curriculum, challenges faced by public schools, etc.?)

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The primary focus of this study is to investigate the study habits of secondary public school students on this 21st century, with particular reference on who or what affects them the most. This study aims to….(add your ideas)...