The Effect of Having a Mutual Relationship of Selected Fourth Year Students: Its Implication to the School’s Philosophy
A Term Paper
Mrs. Perla Pelayo Demagante
High School Department
University of Perpetual Help System – DALTA
In partial fulfillment of the requirement
For the course
Cloie C. Flor
Philipp Andrew V. Munar
Shannen T. De Guzman
IV – Prudence
February 28, 2012
Table of Contents
List of Tables
The Problem and its Background
Statement of the Problem
Importance of the Study
Definition of Terms
Scope and Limitations of the Study
Review of Related Literature and Studies
Methods of the Study
Sources of Data
Treatment of Data
Presentation and Interpretation of Data
Summary of Findings
Conclusions and Recommendations
THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
What is mutual relationship? What are the effects of having a mutual relationship to the students especially to the 4th year high school students?
Mutual relationship, it is where two people are engaging physically and emotionally with each other. There are of course different effects of having a mutual relationship to students. According to Teenage Research Unlimited, 2006, half of all teens report having been in a dating relationship and nearly one-third of all teens said they have been in a serious relationship. Sarah Sorensen is saying that early relationships play a pivotal role in the lives of adolescents and are important to developing the capacity for long-term, committed relationships in adulthoods.
Teenagers are more socially inclined to their peers, opposite gender to them, which can cause or create an intense feeling or love that leads to a mutual relationship.
Sometimes, being in a relationship makes you a stronger person or it could be your inspiration for your studies. But in some situations, relationship makes you change yourself for your partner but not well for you. Some say that relationship could help you change for the better. But not all could say that. Some are being influenced to do bad things that will affect yourself and even your studies.
Teenagers who are in a relationship sometimes do forget about their responsibilities as a student. They forget how to value education. They forget how to value life. We are not saying that it is a bad thing to be engaged in a relationship. But you still have to take note of your studies.
The school’s Philosophy states that, “The University of Perpetual Help System DALTA believes and invokes Divine Guidance in the betterment of the quality of life through national development and transformation, which are predicated upon the quality of education of its people.” This statement is saying that the students will have a betterment of quality of life if there is a quality of education the students will be gaining from the institution. But how will the students gain quality of education if the students themselves are not taking the opportunity and are just easy-go-lucky?
Even if you are in a relationship, you shouldn’t forget your needs from your studies. Because education is the best gift your parents have given you. Take the opportunity to have the best quality of education.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
This study was conducted in order to determine the student’s point of view on the effects of mutual relationship to the selected 4th year students: a basis for addressing student problems. Specifically, it answered the following questions regarding the effects of mutual relationship to selected 4th year students. 1) What is the profile of the respondents? (Standard)
2) What are the most detrimental effects of mutual relationship to the student’s studies? 3) What is its implication to the students study habit?
IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY
The findings of the study will be...
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