Factors Affecting Students Behavior

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THE FACTORS THAT AFFECT STUDENTS
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

A TERM PAPER PRESENTED TO
MRS. R. VILLAHERMOSA
STA. TERESA COLLEGE
BAUAN BATANGAS

IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS
FOR THE SUBJECT ENGLISH IV
MARCH 2013

PENALOSA, GRACE MARIE D.
MANALO ANTHONY CHRISTIAN
ARETA ALLYZZA JOIE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

This term paper would not be accomplished without the generous contributions of any individuals and organization. We are very much grateful to themfor their unlimited help and support. Above all, we express our gratitude toour lord godthe almighty, who aided us with his strength, gave us wisdom and patience to complete this term paper. Additionally, we thank our English teacher Mrs. Villahermosa who believed that we could terminate this term paper on time. Her moral guidelines, endless effort and joyful encouragement made us successful in this paper. Moreover we are also thankful to our classmates, group mates and friends for their help and support. At last, we thank to our parents, and other family members for their helps, supports and sacrifices during our study period.

DEDICATIONS:
This research paper is lovingly dedicated to our loving parents who have been our constant source of inspiration. They have given us the drive to discipline to tackle any task with enthusiasm and determination. Without their love and support this project would not have been made possible. We also dedicate it, to our supportive teachers who helped us to make it possible and successful without any doubt.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLE PAGE ------------------------------------------------------------------ i ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ---------------------------------------------------- ii DEDICATION ------------------------------------------------------------------ iii CHAPTER ONE

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
INTRODUCTION ------------------------------------------------------------- 1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM --------------------------------------- 3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY ----------------------------------------- 3 SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS ------------------------------------------------ 4 CHAPTER TWO

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY ……………………………………………. 5 CHAPTER THREE
METHODOLOGY
RESEARCH DESIGN ……………………………………………………7 SUBJECT OF THE STUDY ………………………………………………7

CHAPTER 1
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction:
Being a teenager can be a lot of fun. There are new and interesting people to meet, a wide variety of exiting challenges, and the pleasure that comes with greater freedom and increased responsibility. In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance, or how well a student meets standard set out by local government and the institution itself. As career competition grows ever more fierce in the working world. the importance of students doing well in school has caught the intentions of parents, legislators and government education departments alike. In the past, academic performance was often measured more by ear than today. Teachers’ observation made up the bulk of assessment, and today’s summation, or numerical, method of determining how well a student is performing is a fairly recent invention. Grading system came into existence in America in the late Victorian period, and were initially criticize due to high subjectivity. Different teachers valued different aspects of learning more highly than others, and although some standardization was attempted in order to make the system more fair, the problem continued today, changes have been made to incorporate differentiation for individual students' abilities, and exploration of alternate methods of measuring performance is ongoing. And sometimes, this exploration to certain things affects not only their personal life but also their education life. Affecting the performance of the students, there are two groups of students as...
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