Preferred Learning and Teaching Styles in Filipino-8: Basis for Developing Learning Modules


This study aimed to determine the preferred learning and teaching styles in Filipino of Grade 8 students and teachers of Eusebio High School, Division of Pasig City during first quarter of school year 2017-2018. More specifically, it sought answers to the following questions: 1. What are the preferred learning styles of the student respondents in Filipino as perceived by the students themselves? 2. What are the teaching styles of the teachers in their Filipino subjects as perceived by the teachers themselves? 3. Is there a significant difference between the preferred learning styles of the students and the teachers’ teaching styles in Filipino 8.4. What learning modules could be developed based on the results of the study? The descriptive method of research was used with the survey questionnaire as the data gathering instrument. The respondents were composed of five Filipino teachers and 365 Grade 8 students from Eusebio High School, Division of Pasig City. The hypotheses that was pursued is, “There is no significant difference between the students learning styles and the teachers’ teaching styles in Filipino. The statistical tools used to treat the data were the percentage, ranking, weighted mean and t-test. The salient findings of the study are the following: 1. The students’ learning styles in Filipino are the following: rank 1- Bodily Kinesthetic; rank 2 – Interpersonal; rank 3 – Musical/Rhythmic; rank 4 Logical/Mathematical; rank 5 – Verbal/Linguistic; rank 6 – Naturalist; rank 7.5 – Visual/Spatial and Intrapersonal and rank 9; Existentialist

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Ray Mon F. Pereyra, Eusebio High School, Philippines

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Conference: SEACE2020
Stream: Learning Experiences

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