Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region IV-B MIMAROPA
Schools Division of PuertoPrincesaCity
PUERTO PRINCESA CITY NATIONAL SCIENCE HIGH SCHOOL
P.O. Box 345, Puerto PrincesaCity
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“THE ADVANTAGES IN CREATING PORTFOLIO OF THE CITY SCI STUDENTS”
A Baby Thesis
The Faculty of Puerto Princesa
City National Science High School
In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements
In English IV (Thesis Writing)
JAMAICA JEAN RASE HUGO
THE ADVANTAGES IN CREATING PORTFOLIO OF THE CITY SCI STUDENTS
Jamaica Jean Rase Hugo
The study entitled “THE ADVANTAGES IN CREATING PORTFOLIO OF THE CITY SCI STUDENTS,””aims to ascertain the outlook of the respondents in the implementation of assembling portfolio and it specifically sought to answer the following questions: 1. What is the importance of portfolio making as perceived by the City Sci Students? The findings discloses that thirty seven (18) respondents out of the total population fifty (50) perceives that assembling portfolio makes them organize and responsible; 2.What mechanics in portfolio making do they like best/least? The respondents make known of “Creativeness, Completeness, and Neatness” as the top 3 best mechanics in assembling portfolio; 3.What part of portfolio making is most useful for them as students? The categorization of the respondents’ answers’ discloses that “Reflection” is the most useful part of portfolio assessmentthat increases students’ learning, performance and achievement level.Questionnaire was used as the primary tool in collecting data needed in the study. In the presentation of the data, tables were used to record the response of the respondents. The mean, mode and ranking were used in the interpretation of the data.
The table 1 shows that majority of the random students indicates category C (It makes them organize and responsible.) as their main perception of the importance of portfolio making with 18 respondents followed by category B (It shows their efforts a student.) with 13 respondents.
The table 2 shows that the random students chose categories D (Creativeness), C (Completeness), and A (Neatness)as the top 3 best mechanics in assembling portfolio with 19, 14, and 7 respondents. Category E (Organization) ranked as 4th with 5 respondents, and category B (Accuracy) ranked as 5th with 4 respondents. The table 3 shows that the random students chose category B (Reflection) as the most useful part of portfolio assessment with 17 respondents followed by category A (Evidences of Learning) with 15 respondents. Category D (Teachers’ Comment) ranked as 3rd with 11 respondents, and category C (Organization) ranked as 4th with 7 respondents.Main perception towards making portfolio which states that “It makes them organize and responsible”. It also shows that they chose ”Creativeness, Completeness and Neatness” as the best mechanics in assembling portfolio with 19, 14 and 7 respondents and “Reflection” as the most useful part of portfolio assessment with 17 respondents .Based on the data gathered and after thorough analysis, the researcher therefore concludes the following: 1. The importance of portfolio making for the students is that “it makes them organize and responsible”; 2. The mechanics in assembling portfolio that the students like best are “Creativeness, Completeness, and Neatness”; 3. The “Reflection” is the most useful part of portfolio for the students. Based on the findings and conclusion, the researcher further recommends the following: 1. Teachers should continue to require the students in assembling portfolio; 2.Future research should be conducted to see if it applies on different batch of students.
This study entitled “ADVANTAGES IN CREATING PORTFOLIO OF THE CITY SCI STUDENTS,” was approved by the faculty and staff of Puerto Princesa City National Science High...
Bibliography: Portfolio approaches to assessing literacy have been described in a wide variety of
publications (Flood & Lapp, 1989; Lamme&Hysmith, 1991; Matthews, 1990; Tierney, Carter,
& Desai, 1991; Valencia, 1990; Wolf, 1989) so that many descriptions of portfolios exist.
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