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Scaffolding in T.L.E. Subject

  • Date Submitted: 03/05/2014 06:26 PM
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    I. Abstract

The study was conducted to determine the Effectiveness of Instructional Scaffolding in the Comprehension Level in Technology and Livelihood Education among First High School Students at St. Mary’s Academy of Nagcarlan, Laguna S.Y. 2013-2014. One section from the first year level in S.Y. 2012-2013 and S.Y. 2013-2014 were selected to be the respondents. This was based on their average from first grading. Each section have the same number of students. Thrity-nine students were from St. Anthony of Padua S.Y. 2012-2013 and this section was administered as the Control Group. The Experimental Group was represented by thirty-nine students in St. Anthony of Padua S.Y. 2013-2014. The Control group underwent traditional approach in teaching while the Experimental Group was taught with instructional scaffolding.
      The study sought to answer the following questions; What is the mean level of comprehension of first year students as achieved through the use of Traditional Approach and instructional scaffolding?, and Is there a significant difference between the comprehension level of the first year students with the use of Traditional Approach and instructional scaffolding?
      The Quasi-Experimental Non Equivalent Control Group Design was used in the study.   The t-test for independent sample means were used to test if there was a significant difference between the first grading average of the experimental and control group as 0.05 level of significance.
      In traditional approach, the respondents got a mean of 83 and standard deviation of 3 with a remark of approaching proficiency while the use of instructional scaffolding the respondents got a mean level of 85 and standard deviation of 3 with a remark of proficiency. These can be inferred that the students performed well being taught with instructional scaffolding.
There was a significant difference between the comprehension level of the respondents in traditional approach and with the use of...

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