Improving Reading and Writing of Grade-I Through Self-Made Filipino Reading Module
Keywords:English acceptability, Promotion of PE, PE grammatical items, PE lexical items, Public school teachers’, perceptions
This study examined the improvement of reading and writing of Grade-I pupils of San Vicente Elementary School, Magsaysay-I, Division of Misamis Oriental through the Self-Made Filipino Reading Module for the school-year 2020-2021. Descriptive method of research was employed in this study using the EGRA assessment tool and peer interview. Mean and standard deviation were the statistical tool used to treat the data. The findings revealed that the Self-Made Filipino Reading Module highly improved the reading skills in terms of letter name knowledge, letter sound knowledge, initial sound discrimination, familiar word reading and non-word reading. Which means that most of the pupils performed the assessed indicator without mistake. While oral reading fluency passage and oral reading comprehension is improved. This means that most of the pupils performed the assessed indicator with slight mistake. Moreover, in the writing skill of the pupils, it was revealed that the ability to spell, follow spacing and direction of text and capitalization is improved. Which means that most of the pupils performed the assessed indicator with slight mistake.
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