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EFFECTS OF HAVING BROKEN FAMILY TO THE STUDY HABITS OF THE S

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Transcript of EFFECTS OF HAVING BROKEN FAMILY TO THE STUDY HABITS OF THE S

EFFECTS OF HAVING BROKEN FAMILY TO THE STUDY HABITS OF THE STUDENT
PRESENTED BY:
Tangbaoan, Jasmine May
Tolero, Christienne Nicole
Torres, Jundy Cloi
Valisno, Jaymie
Velarde, Julia
Ycong, Hannah Elise
Zacarias, Helena Djamo
CPS1
ENG2

OVERVIEW
Chapter 1
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION
OVERVIEW
OVERVIEW
Family- basic building block of society (Rushdoony, 1971)
Study habit- organized day-to-day behavior pattern (Oyedeji, 2008)
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
OBJECTIVES
Enumerate causes of having broken family
Analysis of influence of broken family to study habits
Identification of possible coping mechanisms
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Possible causes of broken family
Signs of having broken family affect studies
Coping mechanisms to help students surpass
THESIS STATEMENT
SIGNIFICANCE
Identify relationship
between
broken family
and
study habits
Students
Teachers
Community
Government
Future researchers
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Family interaction: theories
Functional theory: good communication = success! (Turner & West, 2006)
Conflict Theory: competition in social order (Turner & West, 2006)
Symbolic Interaction Theory: create shared meaning (LaRossa & Reitzes, 1993)
Coping Mechanism: Family Therapy and Counseling
Family in terms of functions not structure (Lee, 1998)
Sexual Intimacy
Reproduction
Economic cooperation
Socialization of children
Family functions as:
Emotional problems begins in childhood years (Lowe, 1982)
Individual counseling to avert later issues
Counselors must be consistent and congruent
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Legal Aspects: Revised Civil Code & Family Code
The family, being the foundation of the nation, is a basic social institution which public policy cherishes and protects. Consequently, family relations are governed by law and no custom, practice or agreement destructive of the family shall be recognized or given effect.

Art. 152. The family home constituted jointly by the husband and the wife or by an unmarried head of a family, is the dwelling house where they and their family reside, and the land on which it is situated. (223a)”
(Article 152 of The Family Code of the Philippines. Chapter 2 p.38)
(Article 149 of The Family Code of the Philippines Chapter 1 p.37)
(Article 220 of The Family Code of the Philippines Chapter 3 p. 52)
Art. 57. An action for legal separation shall be filed within five years from the time of the occurrence of the cause. (102a)”
(Article 57 of The Family Code of the Philippines p.15)
Chapter 2
Chapter 2
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Study Habits: Foreign and Local studies
United
States
of
America
FOREIGN
LOCAL
United
Kingdom
Critical thinking skills
Taking notes
Listening to lectures
Study habit- tendency to learn systematically (Sunder, N.D.)
Rampant use of dictionaries and libraries
PHIL
IPPI
NES
44% of students cited parental neglect is hindrance (DepEd, 2005)
Teachers: "Assisted by experts and mentors"
Use of books, notes,and listening
ARGUMENTS
ARGUMENTS
ARGUMENTS
The causes of having a broken family
Modern times, concept of family has changed
Divorce is now a fad with married couples (Chwangthu, 2013)
The loss of someone can weaken the family.
Miscommuncation is a factor (Dragon, 2011)
How can students determine that their study habits are affected by their family being broken?
Grading system- basis of student's performance (Palm Beach Community College, 2008)
Students must be focused and at peace
In order to attain the expected outcome
Coping mechanisms that students used to surpass having a broken family towards their study habits?
Guidance counselors in respective schools
Counselors may help with dealing relationships
Enables a student to speak up
Open communication is of key to a healthy relationship
Chapter 3
Chapter 3
FINAL PART
Summary
Conclusion
Recommendation
Chapter I serves as the introduction
Chapter II covers the review of related literature
Chapter III encompasses the final parts
Shows evidences to support the claims
Socio-historical background, objectives, thesis statement, scope and delimitaion and significance of the study
Which are conclusion, summary and recommendations
Broken family affects study habits
> it leads to conflict
> conflict leads to competition
>starts with little communication
Family is a team!
> keeper- dad
>defender- mom
>Midfielders- children
Families
Create good communication in family
Be open to the family members
Counsel when it's serious or too hard to handle
Studies
Effective study habits are as follows:
critical thinking
note-taking
listening
tutorials
good time management
stay motivated
set up goals
The paper tackles about broken families and study habits
Presentation of evidences to support the claims
Theories, models, and legal aspects discussed
Socio-historical background of the literature
Arguments provided to prove claims
Recommendations based from the review of literature
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