The Effect of a Broken Family to a Student's Performance in School

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THE EFFECT OF A “BROKEN FAMILY” TO A STUDENT’S
PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL

A Research Proposal
Presented to the Faculty of
Rizal National Science High School

In Fulfilment
Of the Requirement in Research III

Submitted by:

Luigi Boy C. Echica
March 2010

ABSTRACT

The Family is an essential factor for a human’s whole-being, everything about a man, his background, attitude, all of his achievements, his honor and dignity, relies on the structure of the family a man lives in with. A family is composed of a father a mother and their offspring, bonded by their love for each other. Here in the modern age a family could be two things, complete or broken. A broken family is believed to be a cause of a child’s mislead in life, some people give it as the main reason of the rebellious and unclear acts of children. School, another factor which meld us on becoming successful, but how will it make us successful if we can’t focus, we can’t do schooling like others cause we mind the problems we encounter in our homes.

Many articles and support the issue that broken families affect the child’s performance, attitude and self-esteem. They show statistics that broken families affect much of the child’s emotional and spiritual being, that it greatly distresses the child’s education. The study was conducted on teenagers age 13-16. These ages are the most effective, cause at this age, a person discovers how to confront the problems, and he learns how to live with it. They also establish their own personality at this age, so the researcher took advantage of this factor, because by this, the researcher can see how much a person is affected by this king of problems, if there are other factors which counter the problems he/she faces. Some might use friends and other stuff to forget things and focus on studies. Using a questionnaire with 30 questions, the researcher surveys the effect of a broken family to a person’s performance in school. He randomly sorted the respondents he would to use, to assure the validity of the study. All data were gathered, computed and were analyzed to see the results of the conducted study.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

To the researcher’s parents, MR. MARIO N. ECHICA and MRS. GERALDINE ECHICA who gave him their full financial, undying moral support and endless love all through out and for inspiring and giving him the idea in this research.

The researcher’s mentors, MARLON STA. CATALINA, MR. ROMULO ARADA, MR. MARCELINO VOCALAN and MRS. AIDA SAN JUAN who greatly inspired him to pursue this study.
His Girlfriend MS. PAULINE RACHEL F. ARAN for being an inspiration on doing his study.
His BATCHMATES for giving him great inspirations, good times, ideas, jokes and laughter.
His dearest friends and to the members of the group called “HIGHER ASSEMBLY”, namely JULIA MAIRE FRANCISCO, JOERGETTE RAZZIELE, CID RYAN MANALO, LOUIE VILLAMARIN, JOANNA VANESSA BARBOSA, MIKEE ANGELICA LACAP, ROBERT JOHN ABAD, LAWRENCE DANIEL GUIDOTE, KAZUYUKI ONODERA, ALEXANDRA VIVAS, CHARLES ANTHONY VALISTO and MA. KRISTINE ALPHONSINE BANGSAL, and another group called “TF” with members, namely JON MALCOM FERNANDEZ, JOANNA MICHELLE VALDEZ, FAYE ANN MEDINA, JOHN CHRISTIAN CEÑAL and IV- FORTITUDE for being the researcher’s companion through sadness and happiness while doing this research paper. To MR. JON OLIVER GIL, MR JOSE MARI ECHICA, PAULINE ARRIOLA, PAULINE NAOMI MONREAL and ANGELA CARLA APACIONADO for their great contributions on the completion of the manuscript.

And, to GOD ALMIGHTY for answering all of his prayers, for giving him great patience and the persons mentioned.
L.B.C.E.

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