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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Disruptive Behavior - 12 Chapter 4 Aggressiveness



THE EFFECTS OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR TO THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE OF GRADE IV & V PUPILS IN CABANGLASAN DISTRICT
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CHAPTER IV - Table 12
Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data
Table 12 Aggressiveness
Statement
Mean
QD
1.   The pupil is often silent but when got irritated, he/she talks loud accusing his opponent.
4.19
DB
2.   The pupil is often talkative and when got irritated, talks loud and aggressive..(explain the highest result)
4.42
HDB
3.    The pupil was often threats to harm oneself or others when got angry  .(explain the highest result)
4.30
HDB
4.    The pupil assaults someone by grabbing the t-shirt or belongings of his opponent.
3.58
DB
5.    The pupil will throw stones or threat to throw stones to relive his emotions.
3.51
DB
6.    The pupil often used derogatory language or blaspheme words to his opponent.
4.02
DB
7.    Even the child is playing or just talking to her/his classmates, he/she uttered bad words.
4.09
DB
8.    The pupil is inconsiderate to his/her friends or to his classmates.
4.12
DB
9. The pupil can't be pacified in spite of the effort exerted to calm her/him.
3.93
DB

4.02
DB
Note:
Scale
Range Interval
Qualitative Description
5
4:21-5:00
Highly Disruptive Behavior (HDB)
4
3:41-4:20
Disruptive Behavior (DB)
3
2:61-3:40
Moderately Disruptive Behavior (MDB)
2
1:81-2:60
Less Disruptive Behavior (LDB)
1
1:00-1:80
Never Occurred (NO)

            The overt inattentiveness of grade four and five pupils was summarized in
Table 13.  Aggressive children worry their parents and teachers. They disrupt
lessons in school and hurt, intimidate and frighten other children. They may be
argumentative and verbally aggressive. Aggressive behavior children may also
have difficulty controlling their temper and are easily upset and annoyed by
others. They are often defiant and may appear angry and resentful.
Unless we intervene to help these children, they are at risk of developing serious
behavior disorders like Oppositional Defiant Disorder or Conduct Disorder. As
their problems increase, their aggressive behaviors threaten the safety of other
children. When the problems of aggressive behavior children escalate to this
level, some are expelled or suspended from school. The protection of the other
children and their teachers is the prime concern when this occurs.
Other children exhibit aggressive behavior that are less extreme or problematic,
but worrisome nonetheless. They may slap or poke other children or pinch them.
Some children throw small objects or bang and break things when they are angry
and upset. Others have temper tantrums and kick or scream.
Some children are verbally aggressive. They call other children names, they
threaten and tease them or they use emotional control to victimize and push
other children around. They might ostracize them and spread rumors about them.
Regardless of the level of aggression, it is important to intervene early to help
aggressivebehavior children. Aggressive children need to learn how to control
theirbehaviors and manage anger and conflict without resorting to aggression.
We need to teach them alternative ways to solve problems.
            Table 14 shows that  there was a high disruptive behaviour among grade
4 and 5  pupils by often talking loud and acted very emotional especially when
got irritated (X=4.42). They often threats to harm oneself or others especially
when got angry (X=4.30). May be because there were underlying stresses and
anxieties especially that these children were majority came from poor and large
family as indicated in table 12 and table 6 respectively. May be because of
poverty, the  child has limited experience with role models (e.g. peers, family
members, TV. & computer games) who value and provide examples of non-
aggressive behaviors. Instead it was common in Barangays of Districts of
Cabanglasan to be observed that adults were drinking too much liquors and got
drunk, talked loud, walking staggering  and if happened to meet someone or
anyone along their way usually they threatened to do harm,even made moves to

do harm and or made themselves harm each other. Children sometimes were running away from the drunk person who threat them, and there at the distant they were laughing and made jokes to the drunk man which was not a good example to children. 

Click here to proceed to other tables of Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Table - 13    Tardiness and Laziness
Chapter 4 Table - 5      Number of Children in the Family
Chapter 4 Table 11- Overt Inattentiveness
Chapter 4 Table 4 - Educational Attainment of the Mother
Chapter 4 Table 15 - Misbehavior
Chapter 4   Table 8 - Case Where Parents Intervention Were Called
Chapter 4   Table 9 & 10 - Economic Background
Chapter 4 Table 6 - Number of Children in the Class
Chapter 4 Table 12 - Aggressiveness

Chapter 4 Table 6 & 7 - Number of Children in the Class

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