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CHAPTER 1

Background of the Study

Today’s generation is growing up too fast because of the modern technology which people
are enjoying and at the same time helpful in their everyday lives. The fact that most of the students
today tend to choose staying at home and using social media instead of playing outside, making
friends with other students and exercising their mind and body which is helpful to their health.

Social media is a term used to describe the interaction between groups or individuals which
they produce, share, and something exchange ideas over the internet and in virtual communities,
Britannica Encyclopedia (2001). Social media is one of the biggest platforms that provides basic
information regarding on the wants and needs of one’s user.

The impact of social network on young people is significant. Students are growing up
surrounded by mobile devices and interactive social networking sites such as Twitter, my space,
and Facebook, which have made the social media a vital aspect of their life. Social networking is
transforming the manner in which young people interact with their parents, peers, as well as how
they make use of technology. The effects of social networking are to fold on the positive side.

This research aims to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of social media to Grade 11-
Cookery students. This study will cater idea if how social media plays an important role in the
academic performance of the Grade 11-Cookery students. The researchers will also use statistical
tool that will help identify the various cases that make the research a total success. On the other
hand, the researcher will also identify how social media can affect the academic performance of
Grade 11- Cookery students and what are the aids in order to improve strategies in the learning of
these students.

This research will also evaluate problems the Grade 11-Cookery students encounter and
how censorship affects their awareness in searching efficient and reliable information. And last,
its effectiveness, if a student possessed awareness and responsibility he/she can savor effective
learning through social media as a platform of education. Through effective visualization of ideas

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and exploring the new platform of learning by enhancing the skills and creativity development
through social media participation student can acquire new information to help and improve their
academic performance.

This research will also identify the significant relationship between the gender and age gap
of social media user of a contain Grade 11 Cookery students.

Theoretical Framework

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Social media is the primary platform of communication. It is also the primary tool used by
students in order to have an effective learning.

Sharing Information Students are continually connected to the internet through their
mobiles, tablets, etc. and hence rapidly transmit information to friends, family and other
connections. This information is a lot more than just hilarious videos or vacation snapshots. People
share views, opinions, tips, projects, study material and other such useful stuff with each other.
They exchange helpful information for classes and examinations. Their ability to access, evaluate,
maintain and share information is fantastic without even being aware that they are actually
developing such skills day by day. The older generations need to understand the magnitude of this
new style of communication.

Students used social media to expand their learning. The Caningay National School- Banga
Extension Grade 11-Cookery students used social media to search their doubts in school. One of
the reasons is the fast and efficient information dissemination at the same time interaction are the
main reason why grade 11- students are continuously using. Hence that, Grade 11 -Cookery
students used social media to search different techniques in cooking and improve creativity in
plating.

On the other hand, the researcher will also identify the significant relationship of gender
and age gap of Grade 11-Cookery students as social media user.

At the end of the research, researcher identifies the effectiveness of social media and made
their state of conclusion in accordance to the data given from the survey.

Theoretical Framework

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Figure I .i

SOCIAL MEDIA

Independent Variable Dependent Variable

Grade 11-Cookery Students Usage of Social Media

a. Age
b. Gender

Academic
Performance

Effects of Social Media to Grade 11-Cookery

CONCLUSION AND RECOMENDATION

Statement of the Problem

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Social media deals with different interaction and communication towards the development
and one’s progress. In order to acclimate 21st century human must learn first modern technologies
and gadgets. In line, social media is a part of new the platform of communication.

This research aims to analyze and evaluate if social media is effective to grade 11- cookery
students where: They know what social media is and how they used social media in their studies.
It also evaluates how many hours they consumed just to search information and at the same time
how they manage their time in using social media. The researchers also gathered information in
regard to their social media participation for example if they use social media to answer their
assignments or the questions they encounter in school.

The average of users between female and male and the learning competency between the
age gap of student from fourteen up to eighteen.

The study also aims to answer different questions in connection to the questions given by
the researcher. Like:

 Is there any significant relationship between the genders of the students’ social
media usage?
 Is there any significant relationship between the age gap of the students who use
social media?
 Do you know what Social media is?

 Are you a social media literate?

 Do social media provide better learning towards your studies especially in cookery?

 Do you know how to get reliable information in social media to help you understand
your lesson?

 Do you find social media as effective tool in your studies?

 What are the social media sites you’ve used to visit?

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 Did you practice awareness and safety precautions in handling social media?
 Did you find your lesson easy if you acquire advance learning from internet?

 Are you fond of reading articles, trivia, and facts posted in social media?

 Do you find easy to visualize your learning if you are using social media?

 Do you use social media to learn new techniques in your culinary arts?

 Do you apply your learnings from social media to your studies?

 Is there any significant relationship between social media and student’s academic
performance?

At the end of the research the researcher will base their conclusion on the given questions
above. This will be the primary basis of researcher in identifying the effectiveness of social media.

Hypothesis of the Study

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Social media is a beneficial tool in developing lifelong learning of every student, thus, the
effect of social media to grade 11 cookery students is positive that has a total of 75% of MPS or
mean of the population. The Sloven’s Formula is used in identification of respondents from Grade
11- Cookies in this research.

The research perspective:

 There is significant relationship between social media and student’s academic


performance.
 The students are aware in social media.
 The students are literate enough in handling and troubleshooting of different problems in
social media.
 The student can apply their learning from social media to their real world living.
 There is significant relationship between the gender of student who used social media.
 There is significant relationship between the age gap of the student also uses social media.

Purpose of the study

Social media become the basic platform of every student in learning the new generation of
communication and information dissemination. Likewise, this study aims to help students in
manifesting their knowledge and literacy while using social media as beneficial tool in learning.

The purposes of the study are the following:

 Evaluates student creativity while using social media and to manifest talents in sharing to
his/her fellow individual for school change and development.
 Inform students how social media can help their studies and what are the possible
outcomes if they misuse social media. Then, identify students who are not media literate
and reinforce their learning in social media.

 This study caters weather the social media is effective to the Grade 11- Cookery students
in terms of age and gender in their academic performance.

Significance of the Study

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The study has the significance to the following:

Administration, This study serves as a new investment to the academic boards. The result
can be used for further studies and investigations about various developments of performances in
their academic performance in accordance to the social media participation of grade 11- cookery
student. Eventually, caters concerns to develop best performance in their studies and overcome
problem solving difficulties using social media as a tool.

School, This study surely helps public schools to identify students with low performance
in their studies and identify the various factors including social media as a tool in in their studies.
Findings of this study give focus on practicing social media of students in problem solving,
advancement of lesson and quality learning. It also enhances logical, social and creativity for those
students who find social media as a beneficial tool in learning.

Teacher, this study serves as a guide for the advancement of learning of the students using
social media. Teachers must be aware on the students involvement in social media in their studies
So, definitely construct various approaches ,strategies and techniques that will develop their
social media awareness and ability to use and practice responsible user of students teachers can
conduct evaluation to determine how many of the students are using social media in their studies
and what strategies will be applied to reinforce students learning to achieve high performance.

Student can acquire learning that they can apply in their life; in this regard they can also
reinforce to innovate their creativity and skill as developing competitive learning. Likewise this
will help them to be a media literate and be a good and responsible media information user.

Scope and Delimitation of the Study

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The research is conducted at Caningay National High School - Banga Extension. This
research focuses on the effectiveness of social media to Grade-11 Cookery students in their
academic performance. Based on the Slovene formula there are Thirty-six (36) respondents that is
evaluated based on their given answers. Likewise, it includes 32 male and 32 female and with the
age gap ranging from 13-15, 16-18, 19-21 and 22 above. The descriptive method used to analyze
the given data. It includes thirty (30) days of calendar to complete the whole research from July
16, 2018 up to August 15. 2018. The research caters 75% of students MPS regarding on their given
answers.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

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Awareness -Knowledge or perception of situation or fact.

-The good practice that a student must possess in handling social media.

Academic Performance – the degree of capability to perform a courses taken at a school or


college.

-The performance of a student in school while using social media.

Communication-Connection between people or places; in particular the means of sending or


receiving information such: telephone lines or computers.

-An act of using social media to interact from one student and another.

Effectiveness-The degree to which something is successful in producing a desired; result; success.

- The impact of social media to the academic performance of grade 11- students.

Ethical-Relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge dealing with social media

-The values that a student must possess in handling social media.

Influence-The capacity to have an effect on the character; development; or behavior of someone


or something: or the effect itself.

-Resulting to the act of being social media dependent to grade-11 cookery student.

Internet-A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication


facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standard communication protocols.

-The main branch of social media used by student.

Mobile device - portable computing device; smartphone or tablet computer.

-An electronic gadget; cellphone used by student to access in social media

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Reliable –Consistently good in quality or performance; able to trusted.

-The truth; the exact information that a student must acquire.

Social Media-Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to
participate in social networking.

-The primary tool used by the student in their academic study.

Social Networking –the use of dedicated websites and applications to interact with other user; to
find people with similar interest to oneself.

-The act of interaction of a student while using social media.

CHAPTER II

Review of Related Literature


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Social network evolved since the internet the homology was first developed in the
1960’s.One of the first online communities was Usenet, which was created by Duke University
graduate student, TOM TRUSCOTT and JIM ILLIS (1980). Usenet was similar to discussion
forum where students can share their opinions and suggestion. In 1984, similar method of online
interaction called bulletin board system [BBS] was introduced, later the emergence of social
networks rocketed with the invention of WORLD WIDE WEB by British scientist, TIM
BERNERS-LEE, in 1991.One of the most dominant social networks in the history, Friendster, was
founded by Jonathan Abrams and launched in 2004, along with Friendster LinkedIn and MySpace
also become popular in their perspective fields. After 2003, the social networks become so popular
that by the time Facebook was launched in 2006, the internet users had more than two hundred
social networks to choose from nowadays, Facebook is regarded as the most successful social
network with over 1.06 billion monthly active users, 680 million mobile users, more than fifty [50]
million pages and [ten] 10 million apps. (April,2013 Data)

In the survey conducted by PEW internet project’s research, it shows that 67% of online
adults use social networks. This data describes the fact that social networks can be used to improve
the education of adults and students since them already have certain influence on the learners. The
main advantage is that students can further explore topic that they are interested in using online
social networking since they may have limited resources and time in school. Apart from that, adult
with unique interest it is not easy to find friends with SME interest to that or discuss with.

However, social networks link these people with the ones with smart passion where they
can interact with people from different parts of the world. People in networks while going to school
or job or having lunch and going back home. Integrating these times with the actual time they use
the networks probably during their leisure hours the result came out to be two hours per day or
more.

Most people assumed that being in touch with friends and receiving information as a
benefit while they regard in low security and privacy. Further, online bullying as major drawback
in weighing the advantage and disadvantage, 65% said using social networks is disadvantage while
the remaining percentage believed that there is more disadvantage to encounter with. However,
most people about [eighty] 80% said that they enjoy with current usage or social networks since
they are like tools to sure fresh their mind after working for a long time or to browse around when
they feel bored.

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According to the Hudson group (2013), Social media has been criticized a lot due to the
effect it has on the way students produce and retain information. Some parents are of the opinion
that social media can be very distracting and harmful for students. On the contrary, social media
offers plenty of opportunities for learning and interaction. It is rather simple to see how students
benefit from social media. By using technology in classrooms, the young generation is paving a
new way of education and learning. Students are getting to explore and experience the world not
only by books and assignments; but also by adapting a new form of communication. In a world
where your networks and connections are important, graduates enter the workplaces with a lot
more to offer.

What exactly are students learning by using social media? Networks Social media
connections are designed to increase students networks, form communities and interact easily.
Today’s students are accessing Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other such social networking sites
to connect and share information with those around them. One of the most fascinating things about
social media is the way the users can interact and engage with each other through a mere web
presence without having to meet someone in person.

Web rendezvous Students share personal information, links to other sites or comment on
someone’s post. By doing this, they get engaged with each other instantly. The use of social media
has made it easier and faster to interact with peers or teachers about class-related topics. In a world
where online engagements are important for businesses, these students are already experts at
developing an online presence. Students are also experts in interacting with others on the internet.
They know how to use basic as well as complex functions on various social media sites.

While the results seem to indicate that social media is an effective and useful device in
communicating with a mass audience rapidly, additional research on the subject is highly
encouraged. The overall responses proved to be thought-provoking, however, the answers of
thirty-nine responders only provides a glimpse into the current mindset of the general student
population at Eastern Kentucky University, particularly those who are members of active student
organizations. Based on the age range of the responders, there is also a degree of assumption that
the survey did not touch quite as many non-traditional students as hoped.

A wider assortment in age groups could possibly provide a more comprehensive analysis
of how social media impacts various generations differently, and whether they interpret its

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usefulness the same way. The results show this gap, with 79.5% (31) of the responders between
the ages of 18-23, 10.3% (4) between 24-29, 2.6% (1) between 30-35, and 7.7% (3) age 36 and
above.

CHAPTER III

METHODOLOGY

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Research Design

The research design established is Descriptive Research Design. This entails the flow of
research and information totally based on survey research design. Where the researcher used
questioners and checklist to integrate the different components of the study in coherent and logical
ways thereby effectively address the research problem. Descriptive research design used by
researcher to gather information on current situations and conditions that caters the evaluation of
knowledge in accordance to the effectiveness of social media to the academic performance Grade
11- Cookery students. On the other hand it also helps to provide answers to the question of how
social media become effective to their academic performance.

The researcher conducted a survey to Grade 11 Cookery students. Obtaining evidence


needed to test a theory to evaluate accurately describe the effectiveness of social media to their
academic performance.

Population and Samples

The researcher selected Grade 11 Cookery students as their primary respondents. Where in
the researcher used survey research design that evaluates students’ academic performance. From
thirty-nine (39) total population of Grade 11 Cookery the researcher used Slovin’s formula to get
the exact sample size which is thirty-six (36) Grade 11-Cookery students which involves 32 male
and 32 female with the age gap of 15-18 years old. By using non-random sampling the researcher
conducted survey through the use of questionnaires and let students answer the questions regarding
the effectiveness of social media to the academic performance.

Instrumentation

The researcher used survey through the distribution of questionnaire research design to
Grade 11 cookery students that includes 32 male and 32 female with the age gap of 15-18 years

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old .Through the assistance of their adviser, the non-randomly selected respondents were given a
two pages questioners and let them answer based on their experiences and opinions in regard to
the effectiveness of social media then it was validated by the researcher using the mean and identify
the over-all average of the given answer. At last it is check and validated by the adviser using test-
retest.

Data Gathering Procedure

The researcher used techniques that are logically arranged from one step to another.

First, the researcher conducted a group discussion and validation of questionnaires. Then
the researcher sent letter to the teacher-in-charge of Caningay National High School - Banga
Extension together with the adviser of Grade 11 Cookery. On the day of distribution the researcher
distribute the questionnaire through the help of their adviser.

The researcher selects the respondents using non-random sampling then the questionnaires
were answered by the respondents. At the end of the survey researcher collected the questionnaire
and analyze the data based on given answers. The answers were computed using mean of the
population equals to the percentage of the over- all population.

Plan of Action

The table below shows the step by step made by the researcher in conducting the study.

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Objectives Activities Person/s Time frame Remarks
conducted Involve

Construct and It was constructed Researcher 06/16/18 Successful


narrow down the effectively and
main topic. substantial but
narrow.

Create narrow and The question was Researcher 06/21/18 Successful


understandable constructed effective
questions. and narrow.

Construct and send The letter is Researcher 06/22/18 Successful


letter to the schools constructed and sent
administrator and effectively.
adviser for the
legality of
research.

Orient respondent The respondent is Researcher and 06/25/18 Successful


about the research oriented carefully respondent
tittle and objective. and let them
understand the
objective of the
researcher.

Conduct phase The survey is Researcher 06/28/18 Successful


1and survey to conducted And
grade 11-cookery successfully. Respondent
student.

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Conduct phase 1 The survey is Researcher and 06/28/18 successful
and phase 2 survey conducted Respondent
to Grade 12-lime successfully.
students for test-
retest purposes.

Validate and The data was Researcher and 07/12/18 successful


consolidate data validated and respondent
gathered. consolidated.

Review data with The data was Researcher and 07/20/18 Successful
the respondents reviewed to the respondent
respondents.

Present interpret The data is Researcher and 07/26/18 successful


data presented and respondents
interpreted.

Construct The conclusion and researcher 08/06/18 successful


substantial and recommendation
conclusively was presented
judgment to create meaningfully.
meaningful
conclusion and
recommendation.

Statistical Treatment of Data

Researcher uses mean to validate the data given by the respondents where:

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% = f/n x 100

The (%) percentage is equal to the (f) frequency of the answer over (n) which is the total
number of respondents, and then it is multiplied by 100. The answer will be the mean or the average
answer given by the respondents. The standard is based on the 75% MPS of their given answer
which depicts the effectiveness of social media.

CHAPTER IV

Results and Discussions

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This chapter discussed the various answer of respondents depending on the question and
answer given. Further the pie graph shows the over-all mean stated by the non-randomly selected
students. The data was being computed and evaluated to identify the effectiveness of social media
that plays as basic platform of their academic performance. The data is analyzed depending on the
mean where in the over answer is determined. At last, the discussion ends at the main objective
which is to identify its effectiveness.

The result is divided into two illustration,. First the table shows the frequency of the answer
given by the thirty six students wherein using the statistical too used which is the mean the
percentage is being evaluated. Likewise you can see at the column one the question two. The
column two illustrates the frequency of answer and the last is the given percentage of the answer.

The next illustration is the pie graph it illustrates the differences or the gap of the two
answers. For instance it differentiates the two cases which is the one that say yes and the one who
say NO on the other side. Furthermore pie graph illustrates the comparison of two case based on
the question being stated above.

Data Result

This section entails the result of every question stated and the answer given by the thirty-
six (36) respondents of Grade 11-Cookery students.

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Below are the illustrations of graphs that compare the two answers which is the percentage
of students who answers Yes versus to the percentage of the students who answers No. On the
other side there are illustrations that identify the percentage of sites visited by the
respondents.

Note: The percentage is rounded off from nearest tenths.

For question number 1:

Did you know what Social media is?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 1

No
6%

Yes
94%

The pie graph shows that 94% know what social media is and only 6% answer that they
don’t know what social media is.

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For question number 2:

Did you use social media at least (1) one or more than an hour a day?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 2

No
25%

Yes
75%

The data shows that 75% of students are spending their time using social media while 25%
are saying that they only used a minute of time using social media.

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For question number 3:

Did you use social media to answer your questions or your assignments?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 3

No
25%

Yes
75%

The pie graph shows that 75% of students found that social media is their tools in answering
assignments. On the other side 25% of students answers that they don’t use social media in
searching questions and answering their assignments.

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For question number 4:

Are you a social media literate?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 4

No
11%

Yes
89%

The pie graph shows that 89% of students answered that they are media literate and able to
evaluate, critic and get reliable information while 11% answers that they are not media literate.

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For question number 5:

Do social media provide better learning towards your studies especially in cookery?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 4

No
14%

Yes
86%

Social media provide better learning towards their studies especially in cookery, stated by
86% of students while 14% answers that it doesn’t provide good information.

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For question number 6:

Do you know how to get reliable information in social media to help you understand your lesson?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 5

No
8%

Yes
92%

The illustration shows that 92% of students answers that they know how to get reliable
information in social media and as an aid to better understanding of their lesson. On the other side,
8% of students answer no to the said question above.

For question number 7

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Do you find social media as effective tool in your studies?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 7

No
11%

Yes
89%

The pie graph shows that 89% of students found social media as effective tool in their
studies while11% said that social media is not effective to their studies.

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For question number 8:

What are the social media sites you’ve used to visit?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 8


Instagram Others
Twitter
2% 0%
0%

Google
Facebook
46%
52%

The pie graph shows that 52% of Grade 11- Cookery students answered that they used
face as a social media site compared to the 46% of students who answer they use Google as one
of the site. On the other side 2% of student answered that they used Instagram as one of the
primary tool. Lastly, 0% .of students who answered twiitter and others as one of their site visited.

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For question number 9:

Did you practice awareness and safety precautions in handling social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 9


No
3%

Yes
97%

Almost 97% of students who answered they practice safety and precaution while handling
social media and 3% answer they don’t practice.

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For question number 10:

Did you find your lesson easy if you acquire advance learning from internet?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 10

No
9%

Yes
91%

The pie graph shows that 91% of grade 11- cookery student answers Yes and that they
found out that it is easy to learn if they have advance learning acquired for the internet and only
9% answered they not.

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For question number 11:

Did you use social media as references for educational purposes?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 11

No
9%

Yes
91%

The pie graph shows that 91% of students answered that they used social media as references for
educational purposes and 9% answered they not used social media as reference.

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For question number 12:

Is social media part of your daily life?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 12

No
14%

Yes
86%

The pie graph illustrates the gap between the students who answered Yes that includes 86%
and 9% of student answered No as social media part of their daily life.

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For question number 13:

Do you have a good academic performance in school?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 13


No
3%

Yes
97%

The pie graph shows that 97% have a good academic performance in school and 3%
answered that that they have poor academic performance while using social media.

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For question number 14:

Do you get higher score in assignments and quizzes through the aid of social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 14

No
19%

Yes
81%

The pie graph shows that 81% of students got a high score in assignments and quizzes
through the aid of social media but on thy ether side 19%answered that they don’t have.

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For question number 15:

Do you prefer to use social media to research than to used traditional practice like books and
newspapers?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 15

No
17%

Yes
83%

The pie graph shows 83% of students answered that they prefer to use social media in searching
information than to use traditional media on the other hand 17% answered that they prefer
traditional media.

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For question number 16:

Is it beneficial to use social media to answer your question in regard to your doubts in school?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 16

No
25%

Yes
75%

The pie graph shows that 75% of students answered that social media is beneficial to
answer their doubts in school and 25% answered Not.

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For question number 17:

Is there a development in your studies if you engage too much in social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 17

No
25%

Yes
75%

There is development in their studies if they engage social media to much answered by
75% of grade 11 Cookery students and 25% answered that there is no development.

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For question number 18:

Do you find yourself better when you are using social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 18

No
20%

Yes
80%

The pie graph illustrates that 80% of Grade 11 Cookery student found out their selves
better if they are using social media.

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For question number 19:

Do you share your knowledge towards social media to your fellow student?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 19

No
17%

Yes
83%

The pie graph illustrates that 83% students share their knowledge and 17% are not.

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For question number 20:

Is there any other problem you encounter in social media that is hard for you to solve?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 20

Yes
26%

No
74%

Hence that 26% of students answered that they encounter difficulties and obstacle in
social media and 74% answered that they don’t encounter problems if they are practicing media
information literacy.

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For question number 21:

Are you fond of reading articles, trivia, and facts posted in social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 21

No
12%

Yes
88%

The pie graph shows that 88% of students are fond of reading articles, trivia, and facts
poster on social media. On the other hand 12% of students found out that they don’t like social
media information.

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For question number 22:

Do you find easy to visualize your learning if you are using social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 22

No
20%

Yes
80%

The pie graph shows that 80% of Grade 11 Cookery students found out that its is easy to
visualized their learning while 20% answered they don’t easily visualized their lesson.

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For question number 23:

Is social media an aid to solve learning problems you encounter?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 23

No
25%

Yes
75%

The pie graph shows that 75% of students answered that social media is an aid of their
studies and 255% answered that social media is not an aid in there learning process.

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For question number 24:

24. Did you enjoy studying while using social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 24

No
17%

Yes
83%

The pie graph shows that 83% answered that they enjoy studying while using social
media and 17% answered that they can’t focus in their studies if they are using social media.

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For question number 25

Can you focus on your studies while you are using social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 25

No
20%

Yes
80%

The Pie graph shows that 80% of students can focus their studying while using social
media and 20% answered that they can’t focus.

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For question number 26:

Do you use social media to improve your creativity?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 26

No
19%

Yes
81%

The pie graph shows that 81% of student improved their creativity through the aid of
social media. Opposite to the 19% that is doesn’t develop their creativity.

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For question number 27:

Do you consider yourself as social media dependent?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 27

No
20%

Yes
80%

The pie graph shows that 80% of grade 11- cookery student is social media dependent
and 20% of them answered they are not social media dependent.

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For question number 28:

Do you use social media to learn new techniques in your culinary arts?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 28

No
11%

Yes
89%

The data above illustrates the effectiveness of social media to the culinary class of grade
11 cookery students where: 89% answered that it is effective and 11% answered it is not
effective.

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For question number 29:

Do you learn from what you read in social media?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 29

No
6%

Yes
94%

The pie graph shows that 94% of students learn from what they learn from social media
and 6% answered they don’t learn from what they read, see or hear from social media.

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For question number 30:

Do you apply your learning’s form social media to you studies?

THE DATA OBTAIN FROM QUESTION NUMBER 30

No
11%

Yes
89%

The pie graph shows that 89% of Grade 11 Cookery student apply their learning in their
studies especially in cooker class and 11% answered that they don’t apply their learning.

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CHAPTER V

Summary of Conclusion and Recommendations

This chapter contains: (1) Summary of the problem, method and finding (2) conclusions;
and (3) recommendations.

Part one, Summary of problem, Methods and Findings, presents and highlights the
essential aspects of the study.

Part Two, Findings, explain the trends of results of the study.

Part Three, Conclusions, presents the generalization and decision based on the result of
the study.

Part Four, Recommendations, suggest inevitable recommendation based on the findings


of the study.

Summary of the Findings

The study aimed to determine the effectiveness of social media to the academic
performance of grade 11 cookery student in their academic performance. This study evaluates
the respondents if how they possessed in school trough the aid of social media. The study
highlights the significance and importance of social media. On the other side the researcher
concludes that if a student acquire better learning while using social media he / she can improve
his/her academic performance. In that way the researcher recommends that one must focus on
their media information and information technology in order for them to be guided thoroughly.

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Conclusion

Social media is indeed a great part of student life. The way they think, the way they eat,
the way say and the way they learn. The effectiveness generalization of ideas is important and it
is effective through the use of social media. The social media aims to develop “A responsible user
and a competitive producer of social media information”

Based on the given data, it is possible for student to acquire better learning if he\she is
exposed to social media. Hence that the survey shows relation of two factors the one that is exposed
in social media and has a high academic performance compared to the one that is not exposed to
social media but not updated to the new investigation and trends. For instance social media provide
student to be updated with new trends that is helpful to their academic performance. But on the
other side the students must practice the following:

First, awareness towards students using social media is the most important part of learning it is
because, if the student posses’ awareness he/she is aware in dealing with social media. As effective
learning important, through media literacy the researcher can say that it is really important.
Furthermore if the student is possess aware he/she is safe online.

Secondly, it is responsibility of a student to be aware and vigilant in dealing with social media in
searching information and evaluate for its reliability. The data says that if the student is practicing
and integrating his critical thinking her\she gets the information he is the responsible in
scrutinizing if the article or the page is safe, reliable, and effective or not. For instance, he has a
responsibility to deal effectively to have effective and realistic learning to happen.

And last is effectiveness, if a student is possessed awareness and responsibility he/she can savor
effective learning. For example the efficient used in learning through social media as a platform
of education. Through the effective visualization of ideas and exploring the new platform of
learning students are able to manifest their talents.

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The data answers and cleared the question that:

 They know what Social media is.

 They are social media literate.

 Social media provide better learning towards your studies especially in cookery.

 They know how to get reliable information in social media to help you understand your
lesson.

 They find social media as effective tool in your studies.

 They can identify the effective social media sites that are reliable to acquire information.

 They practice awareness and safety precautions in handling social media.

 They find their lesson easy if you acquire advance learning from internet.

 They are fond of reading articles, trivia, and facts posted in social media.

 They find easy to visualize their learning if you are using social media.

 They use social media to learn new techniques in your culinary arts.

 They apply their learning’s form social media to their studies.

 There is no significant relationship between social media and students’ academic


performance.

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Recommendations

On the basis of the findings and conclusion of the study, the following recommendation is
advice.

Student. Responsibility is to be aware and vigilant in dealing with social media. Student
is practicing and integrating his critical thinking he/she can have effective learning. For example,
before he/she gets the information he/she is the responsible in scrutinizing if the article or the page
is safe, reliable, and effective or not. For instance, he/she has responsibility to deal effectively and
to have effective and realistic learning to happen.

Teachers. Must advice their student in practicing good social media user. Wherein, they
can innovate but developed certain new ideas in creating better learning towards 21st Century
learning. In addition, teachers must conduct symposium and orientation to student on how to be
aware and be responsible in using social media.

Teacher must assist the following learning to students:

 Students know the social media and they are able to practice media literacy while
using social media.
 Assist the students on how to acquire efficient and reliable information from the
internet.

Parents. Plays important role in diverting child’s development to social media literate and
educated citizen in using social media. On the other hand, Parents must evaluate the social media
participation towards:

 If social is effective to their studies.


 They are aware in using social media.
 They are safe while the students are using social media.
 If the students are practicing awareness while they are using social media.

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Schools administrator. Must possess awareness and being vigilant to the things made by
student in that way he /she can reinforce a project that develops learning method that helps every
student to manifest their learning as aid of new change and development.

Other stakeholders. Including Municipal officials and Barangay officials must take a look
on the computer shops if the practice of students in handling computer is beneficial or not. Hence
that computer games in getting rampant. This also helps the student to overlook their faults in
handling social media.

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Reflection

Social media is important, but it must be used with knowledge and proper
education. Platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook allow students to voice their
opinion on anything that is going around the world. Students have their own accounts and
can do what they want with it. They can post their views whenever and however they want
to. The escalation of social media on academic performance has dramatically transformed
the Grade 11 Cookery student atmosphere round all over the institution. This has brought
up a lot of positives and negatives in the lives of students, but it’s a new generation where
technology is slowly replacing the human experience to an actual visualization of
knowledge in manifestation of creativity and skill for school development
Secondary school administration can facilitate effective learning by empowering student
and acquire effective and fast tool in learning.
Researchers learn that:

• Social media as vital tool in transforming lives of every individual.


• Being media literate is not all about being a good media user but being
a good information provider.
• Develop creativity in handling and enhancing student’s skill to widen
the idea of new generation.
• Guided to be the peace ambassador of goodwill and development.
• Social media as aid to manifest and acquire learning from one
generation to another.

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APPENDICES

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Appendix1.i

Letter to the Schools Administrator

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region IV- Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
Caningay National High School - Banga Extension

July 18, 2018

MARY GRACE P. GOMEZ


Teacher-in-Charge
CNHS-Banga Extension
Teacher-In –Charge

Madam:

Greetings in the name of service, harmony and excellence!

We, the undersigned Grade 12 Lime Student of CNHS-Banga Extension are presently conducting
a Research study entitled ‘EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA TO GRADE 11-COOKERY
STUDENTS OF CNHS – BANGA EXTENSION IN THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE’’.
This is one of the requirements for the Subject namely Practical Research 2.
In this connection, may we ask permission from your good office to conduct a study in CNHS-
Banga Extension .Furthermore, your approval will be a help for the success of this Study.

We hope this request merits your favorable approval.


Thank you very much and Godspeed.

The Researchers,
(Attached herewith are the list of members that are willing to conduct the said study.)

RESEARCHERS

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CHRISTEN JOY P. MARAVILLA ANGELITO A. SAYO

PEARL MARY P. CABANERO LADY ROSE J. TALORONG

SHAINE P. CABANERO JHONA P. FUNDADOR

KENNETH Q. OROT DEMBER H. CLAUD

ROJEAN O. PENIDA ELREN V. HULLEZA

JUSTINE MARK JOEMAR V. IBATAN

Noted:

GINA D. ADLA-ON
Practical Research 2 Adviser

Approved:

MARY GRACE P. GOMEZ


Teacher in Charge

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Appendix1.ii

Letter to the Grade 11- Cookery Adviser

Republic of the Philippines


Department of Education
Region IV- Western Visayas
Division of Negros Occidental
Caningay National High School - Banga Extension

July 18, 2018

DEBY E. BUENAFLOR
Grade 11-Cookery Adviser
CNHS-Banga Extension
Teacher-In –Charge

Madam:

Greetings in the name of service, harmony and excellence!

We, the undersigned Grade 12 Lime Student of CNHS-Banga Extension are presently conducting
a Research study entitled ‘EFFECTIVENESS OF SOCIAL MEDIA TO GRADE 11-COOKERY
STUDENTS OF CNHS – BANGA EXTENSION IN THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE’’.
This is one of the requirements for the Subject namely Practical Research 2.
In this connection, may we ask permission from your good office to conduct a study in CNHS-
Banga Extension .Furthermore, your approval will be a help for the success of this Study.

We hope this request merits your favorable approval.


Thank you very much and Godspeed.

The Researchers,
(Attached herewith are the list of members that are willing to conduct the said study.

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RESEARCHERS

CHRISTEN JOY P. MARAVILLA ANGELITO A. SAYO

PEARL MARY P. CABANERO LADY ROSE J. TALORONG

SHAINE P. CABANERO JHONA P. FUNDADOR

KENNETH Q. OROT DEMBER H. CLAUD

ROJEAN O. PENIDA ELREN V. HULLEZA

JUSTINE MARK JOEMAR V. IBATAN

Noted:

GINA D. ADLA-ON
Practical Research 2 Adviser

Approved:

MARY GRACE P. GOMEZ


Teacher in Charge

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Appendix 1.ii

Survey Questionnaire

SURVEY QUESTIONER

NAME:(Optional)___________________ Year Level: GRADE 11-


COOKIES (Cookery)

This survey questioner is presented to the Grade 11- Cookery students of


Caningay National High School – Banga Extension. The questions below are the list of
social media participation of the said students.

Direction: Pls. shade the circle that corresponds to your decided correct answer.
1. Do you know what Social media is? YES NO

2. Do you use social media at least 1one or more than an hour a day? YES NO

3. Do you use social media to answer your questions or your assignments? YES NO

4. Are you a social media literate? YES NO

5. Do social media provide better learning towards your studies especially in cookery?

YES NO

6. Do you know how to get reliable information in social media to help you understand

your lesson? YES NO

7. Do you find social media as effective tool in your studies? YES NO

8. What are the social media sites you’ve used to visit?

Facebook Google Twitter Instagram Yahoo OTHERS

(Pls. specify)______________

9. Did you practice awareness and safety precautions in handling social media?

YES NO

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10. Did you find your lesson easy if you acquire advance learning from internet? YES

NO

11. Did you use social media as references for educational purposes? YES NO

12. Is social media part of your daily life? YES NO

13. Do you have a good academic performance in school? YES NO

14. Do you get higher score in assignments and quizzes through the aid of social media?

YES NO

15. Do you prefer to use social media to research than to used traditional practice like books

and newspapers? YES NO

16. Is it beneficial to use social media to answer your question with regards to your learning

doubts in school? YES NO

17. Is there a development in your studies if you engage too much in social media?

YES NO

18. Do you find yourself better when you are using social media? YES NO

19. Do you share your knowledge on social media to your fellow student? YES NO

20. Is there any problem you encounter in social media that is hard for you to solve?

YES NO

21. Are you fond of reading articles, trivia, and facts posted in social media? YES NO

22. Do you find easy to visualize your learning if you are using social media? YES NO

23. Is social media an aid to solve learning problems you encounter? YES NO

24. Did you enjoy studying while using social media? YES NO

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25. Can you focus on your studies while you are using social media? YES NO

26. Do you use social media to improve your creativity? YES NO

27. Do you consider yourself as social media dependent? YES NO

28. Do you use social media to learn new techniques in your culinary arts? YES NO

29. Do you learn from what you read in social media? YES NO

30. Do you apply your learning’s form social media to you studies? YES NO

Signature over Printed Name (Optional)


RESPONDET’S SIGNATURE

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name: DEMBER H. CLAUD


Gender MALE
Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime
Blood type:
Contact:
Address: Brgy, East Candoni Neg. Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name: Demmy P. Claud

Occupation: Farmer

Mother: Daisy P. Claud

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Candoni Central E/S


Junior High School: Caningay National High School - Main
Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name: Justine Mark Joemar V. Ibatan

Gender: Male

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type: O

Contact: 09060228862

Address :Bgry. Banga Candoni Negros Occidental

Parents:

Fathers Name: Joel Ibatan

Occupation: LDK

Mother: Erma England

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Tigbao Elementary School

Junior High School: Jugaban National High School

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Rosleyn Lamason

Gender:Female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:A

Contact:0950455168

Address:Purok Saging Brgy.Banga Candoni Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Ronilo Lamason

Occupation:Father ;Farmer

Mother: Housekiping

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Banga Elementary School

Junior High School:CNHS- Banga Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Shaine P.Cabanero

Gender:female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:B

Contact:0912957809

Address:Crossing tanduay Camindangan sipalay city neg.occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:joe-ann Cabanero

Occupation:Father;Tricycle driver

Occupation:Mother; House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Crossing tanduay elementary school

Junior High School:GMNHS Crossing Tanduay Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Christin joy P.Maravilla

Gender:female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:A

Contact:09504554198

Address:Crossing Tanduay Camindangan Sipalay City Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Eugen Maravilla

Occupation:Mother;Housewife

Occupation: Father;farmer

Educational Background

Elementary: Crossing Tanduay Elementary School

Junior High School:GMNHS Crossing Tanduay Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Pearl Mary P.Cabanero

Gender:female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:B

Contact:09127719802

Address:Crossing Tanduay Camindangan Sipalay City Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Jo-ann Cabanero

Occupation: father;Tricycle Driver

Occupation: Mother;House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Crossing Tanduay Extension

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Junior High School:GMNHS Crossing Tanduay Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Kineth Q .Orot

Gender:Male

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:B

Contact:09124578901

Address:Brgy.Camindangan, Sipalay Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Emmanuel Orot

Occupation: Father:farmer

Occupation:Mother; House wife

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Educational Background

Elementary: Milan Elementary School

Junior High School:GMNHS Camindangan Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Jhona Fundador

Gender:female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:B

Contact:09506345312

Address:Purok Lubi.Brgy.Banga Candoni Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Jiosan Fundador

Occupation: Father: Farmer

Occupation:Motrher; House wife

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Educational Background

Elementary: Banga Elementary School

Junior High School;CNHS -Banga Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Lady Rose J.Talorong

Gender:female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:A

Contact:0950454196

Address:Brgy.Banga Candoni Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Wilson Talorong

Occupation: father:Tricycle Driver

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Occupation:Mother; House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Camindangan Adventist Elementary School

Junior High School:CNHS –Banga Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:Elren Hulleza

Gender:Female

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:A

Contact:0912699543

Address:Purok.marang B.Brgy. Banga Candoni Neg.Occ.

Parents:

Fathers Name:Frances Hulleza

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Occupation: Father;Furniture maker

Occupation:Mother; House wife

Educational Background

Elementary: Banga Elementary School

Junior High School:CNHS –Banga Extension

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

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Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

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Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

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Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

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Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

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Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

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Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

Appendix 2.i

CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

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Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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CURICULUM VITAE

Name:

Gender:

Grade level and section: Grade 12- Lime

Blood type:

Contact:

Address:

Parents:

Fathers Name:

Occupation: Mother:

Occupation: House wife

Educational Background

Elementary:

Junior High School:

Senior High School: Caningay National High School- Banga Extension

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