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The Study Habits of the Third Year Students of Holy Family High School- Bacolod School Year 2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performances

The Study Habits of the Third Year Students of Holy Family High School- Bacolod School Year 2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performances

Proposed by:
Alindao, Claudette
Caguco, Regina
Dulaca, Jenny Rose
Elisan, Kimberly
Fernandez, Kristine Joy
Grande, Carmela
Lopez, Jessa May
Tortal, Rosevie

CHAPTER 1
Introduction
No one can fully understand how a student feels every time she got low scores for her tests and examinations. No one can explain why they are neglecting their studies and ignoring the importance of education. No one can interpret their actions beside the people, who are once a student, preferably the students with their same stage. We decided to have our study about the study habits of the students for us to know what are the reasons that lead to waste their time, effort and money in doing none sense things and even considering them as their most priority and their studies seemed to be a garbage thrown to the trash can. We made this research to recognize the different study skills of the student, their coping abilities towards their lessons and how they can develop determination, willingness and openness towards knowledge and progress in themselves. Learning the true essence of this study will give the students the assurance that there is always a reason for their actions, a process to take up and a solution for their misinterpreted behavior.

According to Howard Gardner Theory of Behavior and Intelligence, students possessed different intelligence which affects their study skills. The kind of behavior, intellect and study skills they can determine whether they perform well in academics or not. The study is determinely focused from this theory for it revolves around the student’s behavior and intelligence from which the study can be anchored. (Gardner2008)

Objectives

This study seeks to determine the study habits of 3rd year Students of HFHS-B S.Y. 2011-2012 In relation to their Academic Performances.

Specifically, this study aims to answer the following questions: 1.) What are the study habits of the 3rd Year students of HFHS-B S.Y. 2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performances if they are grouped according to the following? Economic Status

Technologies
Behavior/ attitude
Peers
Study Skills
Sources use
2.) What are the study habits of the 3rd Year students of HFHS-B S.Y. 2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performances if they are compared to the following? Economic Status
Technologies
Behavior/ attitude
Peers
Study Skill
Sources use

3.) Is there any significant differences on the study habits of the 3rd Year students of HFHS-B S.Y. 2011-2012 in relation to their Academic Performances when it comes to the following?

Economic Status
Technologies
Behavior/ attitude
Peers
Study Skills
Sources use

4.) Is there any significant relationship in the Study Habits of the 3rd year students of HFHS-B S.Y.2011-2012 in relation to their Academic Performance when it comes to the following? Economic status

Technologies
Behavior/ attitude
Peers
Study skills
Sources use

Hypotheses
The Study reveals the following hypotheses:
1.) There is no significant differences in the Study Habits of Third Year students of HFHS-B S.Y.2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performance.

2.) There is no significant relationship in the Study Habits of Third Year students of HFHS-B S.Y.2011-2012 in Relation to their Academic Performance.

Theoretical Framework
The study is based from Gardner’s Theory of Intelligence which identifies eight categories that encompass particular skills, capabilities, behavior and preferences. This magic 8’s actually covers the arts...
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