RESULTS-BASED ANALYSIS OF STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH UNDER DISTANCE LEARNING
Mariel Kristine M. Cortez
Teacher I, Don Manuel Rivera Memorial National High School
Using the descriptive research design, this study aimed to do a results-based analysis of online and modular distance learning of the studentsâ€™ academic performance in English on first and second quarter of school year 2020-2021 in Don Manuel Rivera Memorial National High School. The respondents of the study were composed of 50 Online Distance Learning (ODL) Students and 250 Modular Distance Learning (MDL) Students from Grades 7 to Grade 10 levels of Don Manuel Rivera Memorial National High School. This is a descriptive study using the questionnaire as the main tool in gathering the data. The data gathered were treated using frequency distribution and percentage statistics, weighted mean, standard deviation, and T-test. The mean level of parentsâ€™ support to ODL students was 2.72 interpreted as â€œModerately Supportiveâ€ indicates that parents are somehow extending additional support to their children in accomplishing the tasks given to them. On the other hand, the mean level of parents support to MDL students was 2.95 interpreted as â€œModerately Supportiveâ€ indicates that only few parents extend their support to their children despite the awareness that their children have no direct contact to their subject teachers to give them assistance in understanding the lessons. This concludes that students under online distance learning gets more instructional support rather than the students under modular distance learning which gives a huge impact to their academic performances.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)
Published on : 2021-07-03