Strategic Intervention Material: A Tool in Improving TLE Performance of Grade 7 Students
Abby Shyne M. Exconde1, Edna O. Briones, Ed.D.2
Alaminos Integrated National High School, Department of Education, Philippines1
Laguna State Polytechnic University, San Pablo City Campus, Philippines2
The study sought to develop a Strategic Intervention Material in Cookery 7 to determine its relationship to TLE performance of thirty (30) Grade 7 students from Alaminos Integrated National High School, Alaminos, Laguna enrolled during school year 2021 – 2022. This study utilized a pretest and posttest to assess the level of performance of the students in Cookery before and after utilizing the SIM. Frequency count, mean, and percentage were used to determine the profile of the respondents. Mean and standard deviation was used to determine the student’s perception of the SIM in Cookery 7. Study shows that the overall perception and evaluation of the SIM is very satisfactory. Moreover, findings revealed that there is a significant difference in the pretest and posttest scores of the students before and after using the SIM in Cookery and there is no significant relationship between the perception of the student on SIM related variables and their performance in Cookery except for Affective Skill. Based on these findings, it is concluded that the hypothesis posited earlier in this study stating that there is no significant difference between the pretest and posttest of the respondents is not sustained. However, the hypothesis signifying non-existence of the relationship between the respondent’s perception of the SIM related variables and their performance in cookery is sustained except for their affective skill which was found significant.
Keywords: Strategic Intervention Material, SIM Components, SIM Characteristics, Students Performance