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KAYLA BEATRICE P.

VILLEGAS
JHON BRADLEY C. JUMAMOY
JOVELYN L. PINAGAWA
RICA MHELLE ABAO
GLENN MARK C. GALIA
EIVIA NERI
MARIANE SARAOS
ADRAINE ROVIC C. FORNILLOS
1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

A. WHAT WAS THE STUDY ALL ABOUT?

The study is all about the impact of


teenage pregnancy
B. WHY DO YOU CONDUCT
THE SAID STUDY?

We conducted this to know the teenage


pregnancy case in Barangay Lapasan. The
purpose of this study is to alarm the students,
parents, and Barangay officials the reasons of
teenage pregnancy among students and may
able to do something to avoid it. The study in
general, identifies the “Teenage Pregnancy: Its
Impact to the Society” to the young girls of
Barangay Lapasan.
C. WHERE IS THE RESEARCH
LOCALE OF THE STUDY?

The study was conducted from


select teenage mothers at
Barangay Lapasan.
2. RESEARCH
OBJECTIVES
This study was conducted:

o To determine the cause and effects of bullying.

o To know the teenage pregnancy cases in the


Barangay Lapasan.

o To give information to each affected


individuals especially the teenage mothers who
are involved in the said problem.
3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
 Describes the following:
Research Design, Research locale, respondents
of the study, sampling technique, research
instrument data gathering producers &
statistical tool used.

 Research Design
The study used a quantitative & qualitative
descripted method of research. It involves the
aspect of Interpretation and analysis of results,
entail gathering, tabulating and computing data.
The data were collected through a survey
questionnaire and administered by the
researcher.
 Research Locale
The study was conducted in Lapasan
National High School. A public Secondary
school located at barangay Lapasan, Cagayan
de Oro City. It was founded in 1971 as
Lapasan Barrio High School under the
leadership of the late Brgy. Captain Rome S.
Baconga

Respondents of the study


The study was conducted from the select
teenage mothers from different sitio. Who
were identified by their classmate who bully
from 16 of the respondents were male are 8
and also 8 of them were females, a total of
128 respondents.
 Data Collection Technique
 Before gathering the data, a letter of request is sent to the
school principal asking permission to allow the researcher
to conduct the study. The researcher started to collect the
data from the approval of the request. The questionnaire
was administered to the respondent personally by the
researcher. Each item explained comprehensively and the
respondents will be answered the question immediately.
After the questionnaires were gathered the data are tallied
using the matrix form.

 Research Instrument
This study used the instrument on causes and effects of
bullying in classes prepared by the researcher. The
researcher used survey questionnaire on determining the
causes and effect of bullying and instrument in gathering
the data. The questionnaire were answered by the
student’s which are composed of the 20 item survey
questionnaire.
 Scoring Procedure
The scoring procedure to be used in
gathering and analyzing data is through scaling.
The responses of the student were analyzed as a
using 5-point liker scale with following equivalent.

1 Strongly disagree
2 Disagree
3 Undecided
4 Agree
5 Strongly agree
 Statistical Treatment

The results of the data gathered are tallied and


computed for further analysis of the questionnaire
contents. The findings are edited, coded, and
tabulated.
For problem number one (1) the profile of the
respondents will use for frequency & percentage
distribution to determine the age , gender & combined
family income.
 The following formula will be applied to get the
frequency & percentage

Where: P = percentage
F = Frequency
N= total number of Respondents
For problem no. (2) What are the common causes of cutting classes
among grade 10 students of Lapasan NHS?

The following formula is applied to get the weighted mean:


fx
U=
N

Where: u = weighted mean


 = summation
f = number of respondents under one scale
x = number of respondents
N =total number of respondents being
considered