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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Disruptive Behavior - 8 & 9 Chapter 4 Parent Intervention



THE EFFECTS OF DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR TO THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE OF GRADE IV & V PUPILS IN CABANGLASAN DISTRICT
Click here to guide you by Chapters - Chapter 1; CHAPTER IICHAPTER IIIChapter -4Chapter V

CHAPTER IV - Table 8 & 9
Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data 
Table 8 - Case that parent intervention is called

Frequency
Percent
Yes
43
100

            Table 9 shows that all of the respondents’ teachers has called for “parent intervention” of having a frequency of 43 out of 43 respondents or a 100% case. The teachers found that disruptive behaviour of their pupils were already beyond their control and “parents intervention “  was the only  recourse to help those children.  It can be deduced that “parents intervention”  is very necessary for their child’s school performance. They must also intervene because the quality of the classroom instruction is also affected and all the pupils in the classroom will be deprived of the kind of education that they must have.

Table 9 - Number of Times that Parent intervention is called

Frequency
Percent
One
16
37.20
Two or more
27
62.80
Total
43
100


            It was shown in Table 10 that parents intervention was called only once among the 16 out of 43 or 37.20% respondents. Majority of the respondents has  two (2) or more cases as (27 out of 43 or 62.80%).


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