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EFFECTS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFOR

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Transcript of EFFECTS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFOR

RECOMMENDATIONS
RESEARCHERS:
ASILO, MARY ANN CRISCEL GRANIL
CHAN, ELISE SAMANTHA SANTOS
SALAS, JAYLORD EDWARD TAN
LIM, RANEN NATHANIEL CHUA
EFFECTS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS OF BAYANIHAN INSTITUTE ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
SEEK THE POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE EFFECTS
HELP EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT BY IMPROVING ITS SYSTEM
FIND SIGNIFICANT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
FURTHER REACHING LIFE BENEFITS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACIVITIES
AIMS
METHODOLOGY
DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH DESIGN
SURVEY METHOD
QUESTIONNARES AND INTERVIEWS
QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE VARIABLES
STATISTICAL TOOLS
A. FREQUENCY COUNT
B. PERCENTAGES
C. AVERAGE OR MEAN
D. RANKING
RESPONDENTS
107 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

33 GRADE 7 STUDENTS
33 GRADE 8 STUDENTS
23 GRADE 9 STUDENTS
18 FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS

BAYANIHAN INSTITUTE

ST. MARY’S SUBDIVISION, BARANGAY MATATALAIB, TARLAC CITY

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
1.How are extracurricular activities described in terms of:

1.1 Kinds
1.2 Membership
1.3 Goals and Objectives
1.4 Time Allotment
1.5 Reasons for Joining
1.6 Activity
1.7 Benefits

PARTICIPATION IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
102 OUT 0F THE 107 STUDENTS PARTICIPATED IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
KINDS OF EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
ACADEMIC:
CLUBS
QUIZ BEE
WRITING CONTESTS
LEADERSHIP
TRAININGS
STUDENT COUNCIL

NON-ACADEMIC:
SPORTS
COMPETITIONS
DANCING/SINGING
CONTESTS
COMMUNITY SERVICE

TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP
FREE MEMBERSHIP
QUALIFY FOR THE POSITION
CHOSEN BY THE AUTHORITIES
PAY THE MEMBERSHIP FEE

GOALS
TO TRAIN STUDENTS
TO TEACH STUDENTS
TO LET STUDENTS EXPRESS THEMSELVES
TO HELP STUDENTS KNOW THEMSELVES BETTER
TO PRODUCE STUDENTS THAT CAN BE ROLE MODELS

TIME ALLOTMENT
0-1 HOUR
1-2 HOUR/S
3-4 HOURS
9 HOURS AND ABOVE

REASONS FOR JOINING
TO DISCOVER NEW THINGS
SELF-IMPROVEMENT
EXTRA POINTS
REQUIREMENT

ACTIVITIES
LEARN THINGS
TRAIN YOURSELVES
FORM BONDS WITH THE MEMBERS
COMPETE WITH OTHER SCHOOLS
PROPOSE PROJECTS

BENEFITS
KNOWLEDGE
MORE FRIENDS
EXTRA POINTS
PHYSICAL STRENGTH

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
2. WHAT ARE THE EFFECTS OF THE EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS?

EFFECTS
POSITIVE EFFECTS
EXPLORE TALENTS
BETTER PERFORMANCE
BECOME ACTIVE
BECOME AN ACHIEVER
ACADEMIC ADVANTAGE
TEACHERS GIVE CREDITS
NEGATIVE EFFECTS
LACK OF INFORMATION ABOUT LESSONS
DIFFICULT TO COPE WITH LESSONS
CANNOT FOCUS ON DISCUSSIONS
CANNOT DO TASKS THAT ARE GIVEN
SLEEPY IN CLASS
BECOME PASSIVE


STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
PROBLEMS
TIME MANAGEMENT
CONFUSION ON WHAT TO PRIORITIZE
COPING WITH LESSONS IN CLASS
LOW GRADES
MONEY
HEALTH
SUPPORT FROM PARENTS

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
PROPER TIME MANAGEMENT
SET PRIORITIES
COPE WITH LESSONS MISSED
BE ACTIVE IN CLASS
NO INTERRUPTION OF CLASSES
CONSULT TEAHERS FOR ADVICES
STOP JOINING EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
5. What is the implication of the study to educational management?

CONCLUSIONS
1. Almost all the students are interested in joining extracurricular activities.

2. Students join not only academic activities but also non-academic.

3. Students prefer joining extracurricular activities without paying money and they want to be trained so they can be better. They only allot 0-1 hour a week


CONCLUSIONS
4. Students join extracurricular activities to discover something new. Students gain xtra points when joining.

5. Students see extracurricular activities as something they can gain and lose on.

6. Students who join in extracurricular activities are having a hard time choosing what particular activity to prioritize so the tendency is they are having a hard time keeping up during classroom discussions.
1. Students can be encouraged joining extracurricular activities to improve the rate of participation in these activities.

2. Students should join academic and non-academic extracurricular activities so that both the physical and mental ability would be developed.

3. Students could join extracurricular activities that cost less and require less time so that their parents would not worry about their academic standing.
3. What are the problems encountered by students in joining extracurricular activities?
4. What can be proposed to avoid these problems?
PROPOSALS
7. Overall, students join academic activities so they can have a wider knowledge and to be ahead in class. While non-academic activities helps them to grow more flexible in any activity.
CONCLUSIONS
4. Students should prioritize the extracurricular
activities they would benefit most on and stick to them.

5. Students can avoid joining too many extracurricular activities because it may lead to time management issues.

6. Extracurricular activities help students in their academic performance. Students can participate in extracurricular activities to perform better in class.
7. It is recommended for the students that they should be encouraged joining extracurricular activities for them to grow holistically.
RECOMMENDATIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
IMPLICATION
ENCOURAGES THE EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT TO GIVE MORE EMPHASIS TO EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

RECOMMENDS SCHOOLS TO GIVE MORE CONSIDERATION AND SUPPORT STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATE IN THIS SAID ACTIVITIES
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