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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Disruptive Behavior- 6-7 Chapter 4 Number of Children in the Class



THE EFFECTS OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR TO THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE OF GRADE IV & V PUPILS IN CABANGLASAN DISTRICT

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Table 6- Number of children in the class

Frequency
Percent
20 – 40
27
62.80
41-50 
13
30.20
51- up
3
7.00
           
            Table 6 shows that most of the respondents has only 20-40 pupils in the class or  27 out of 43 or  62.80% of the total respondents. While there were only 3 or 7% which has 51-up pupils in the classroom. This implies that the number of pupils in the classroom does not affect the disruptive behaviour of the pupils.
Table 7 - Overall grades

Mean
QD
Overall grades
78
Poor





            Table 7 shows that majority of the respondents have an overall grades  of 78 as it was shown on its mean with a rating of poor. These may be deduced that respondents being identified by their teachers as children having disruptive behaviour had their school performance affected with their behaviour and made them having poor performance at school.

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