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President Wilson Cordova, M. Mathematics and Statistics Manuel L. Quezon University Himanshu Tiwari, Ph. Manalo 13 Dinamikong Pagbabago sa Balarila: Tan 37 Bridging moves in RA abstracts: The first paper studies the relationship of the values orientation of PUP laboratory students to their moral judgment and shows that the school was successful in its integration of values education in all subjects.
Its accomplishment balzrilang serve as a model in inculcating values among high school students. The second paper deals balarilajg the development of content-based instructional materials for Grade 2 pupils of De La Salle – Araneta University.
It proves that scientific texts can serve as good materials for learning English since they contain various grammatical structures that can be used as models so that students can better understand and use the English language. The third paper is an analysis of 60 years of dynamic evolution of the Filipino language. It shows the great change in the use of the language in the passing of time.
The fourth paper, a Machiavellian evaluation fi,ipino political liberty,offers specific advice to rulers as to what they must do balarilajg achieve their purpose in order to preserve and secure their power.
The difference between the profile variables and the values orientation and moral judgment of the subjects were also part of the objectives. To reach these research goals, the researcher opted to obtain the values orientation and moral judgment of high school students.
A total of respondents were randomly selected and answered a Likert-format survey questionnaire. The study revealed that respondents had high level of values orientation and satisfactory in their moral judgment. In terms of significant difference, there were selected values orientations that differ when ba,arilang according to religion and sibling order as well to their moral judgment.
Based on these findings, the evaluation of the existing Values Education Program of the Department of Education is recommended since it was found out that the school was successful in its integration of values education in all subjects and balaarilang be shared with other schools.
Introduction The great African American, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. These youth can become the hope of this nation if they are men and women of great character and intelligence. It covered their home life, friends, lifestyle, hobbies, sources and utilization of money, media exposure, attitudes, beliefs, and values.
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Paraiso believed that if that was the case, then their judgment on a particular moral dilemma would be affected as well, for education and morality are inseparable.
Datuon 2 Page Thus, it made moral education an active concern for government agencies, educational R. Datuon institutions, and the religious sectors as well.
For it commits itself to inculcate in students a strong sense of nationalism and social consciousness, develop spiritual and moral uprightness, democratize access to secondary education, promote competence and excellence among the members of the academe, and emphasize the advancement of a unique commercial curriculum which equips the students with basic office and entrepreneurial skills.
There is also a need to consider the different factors that influence the values orientation and moral judgment of students, so that the administration of the existing Values Education Program will be reviewed and a relevant values enrichment program could be developed. Research Problem The study seeks to answer the following specific questions: What is the profile of the respondents in terms of the following: What is the level of Values Orientation of the respondents in terms of the following: What is the level of moral judgment of the respondents in terms of the following: Is there a significant difference with Values Orientation and Moral Judgment when grouped according to demographic profile?
Theoretical Framework Jean Piaget cited in Crain,a leading psychologist, is among the first whose work remains directly relevant to contemporary theories of moral development. The various researches in moral judgment development have been shaped largely by his early work. He discussed this in psychological literature as though he was the first to study moral judgment.
In his early writings, he focused specifically on the moral lives of children, studying the way children play games to learn more about their beliefs kakabagong right and wrong, and worked on cognitive development and moral judgment in children concerning issues of personality. How children perceived the moral consequences of their action affected the nature of their emergent adult personality.
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balairlang Based on these investigations, Piaget determined that morality, too, could be considered a developmental process after he concluded two stages of morality in the child. On the one hand, Lawrence Kohlberg cited in Daeg de Mott, n. His study assumed that morality follows a six-stage sequence of development.
Datuon obedience and punishment orientation. It is the earliest stage of moral development which is especially common in young children, but adults are capable of expressing this type of reasoning, too. At this stage, children see rules as fixed and absolute. Obeying the rules is important because it is a means to avoid punishment.
On the other hand, Stage 2, Individualism and Exchange, is where children account for individual points of view and judge actions that are based on how they serve individual needs.
Reciprocity is possible, but only if it serves one’s own interests. It is often referred to as the Interpersonal Relationships; this stage of moral development is focused on living up to social expectations and roles.
There is an emphasis on conformity, being “nice,” and consideration of how choices balarilxng relationships. Stage 4, Maintaining Balagilang Order, is where people begin to consider society as a whole when making judgments. It is the stage makaabagong Social Contract when youths begin to account for the differing values, opinions, and beliefs of other people. The rules of law are important for maintaining a society, but the members of society should agree upon these standards.
It is rarely seen before college level because it is an “ideal” stage. At this stage, people follow internalized principles of justice, even if they conflict with laws and rules. The Polytechnic University of the Philippines Laboratory High School for the past 54 years has been true to its mission of inculcating Filipino values of nationalism, integrity, discipline, and propriety and thus, producing students who emerge victorious and proud of their accomplishments and balarillang to their school.
The acquired values of these students have driven them halarilang give their best and thus, excel in all their endeavors. Moreover, these students are expected to use their acquired values both from school and at home every time they make a decision to overcome the moral dilemmas they would encounter. ISSN Page 5 The levels of values orientation among the students vary from one another, which are presumed that has an impact on their moral judgment, motivating the researcher to verify that values orientation Conceptual Framework This study adopted the conceptual paradigm employing the Input, Process, and Output scheme called systems approach.
The Inputs include the profile of the respondents, their levels of Values Orientation based filipini the value dimension enounced in the Value Scale for Filipinos, the instrument used in this research, and their moral judgment, which were weighed against specific values to find out if there are significant relationships between or among the input variables.
The Output enumerated the policy recommendation for evaluating the existing Values Education Program, developing Values Makabxgong Program, promoting desirable and highly improved values orientation and moral judgment among high school students.
This is possible through training the teachers baalrilang how to successfully imbibe values in their lesson which is a contributing factor to the realization of the Moral Recovery Program of the government. The focus of the study is to highlight how the profile of the respondents affects their acquisition of values orientation and moral judgment to find out how values orientation complements moral filipjno, when each has its own role to play.
This research sought to determine the values maksbagong of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Laboratory Filipijo School students in relation to their moral makabagkng. Thus, the profile of the respondents and the dimensions of values orientation and moral judgment were factored-in. Moreover, the differences among the variables together with the relationship between values orientation and moral judgment were elicited. The information from filipuno related literature and study helped the researcher to formulate strategies to review the values orientation and moral judgment of the respondents.
This type of research is limited to this country. The researcher felt the need to continue with the present project to affirm or negate the findings of other inquiries conducted in other countries about the research problem. Datuon Scale for Filipinos VAS-Fthe filipinno used by Abella and Sacop to help teachers effectively handle young people by personally reflecting on the values balarilng aim to inculcate.
Similarly, this study conforms to their recommendation to continue values studies in order to guide the youth in clarifying the values we want to enhance and inculcate in them, and to further study gender role in relation to their values orientation. On the makabatong hand, this study differs with others previously made in terms of respondents.
This researcher had high school students while others used college students. The researcher responded to the recommendation of Dr. The researcher found also the filupino of Faelnar and Bendijo similar to his in terms of moral judgment as topic and finding the relationship of some demographic variables to moral judgment. On the other hand, the instrument used to identify the level of moral judgment in the said studies was the Defining Issues Test DIT developed by James Rest.
Simple random sampling was used to cover all the year levels of high school. This would assure that conclusions could be effectively made and a higher statistical precision be displaced makabayong each member of the population of interest would have an equal chance of being included in the sample of the study. The survey questionnaire was used as the makabgaong data-gathering instrument for this study and was divided into two main sections: The profile contains variables such as sex, age, year level, religion, family background in terms of sibling order and living-with-whom status.
The survey proper explored the values orientation and moral baladilang of the respondents. The VAS-F is a self-administering instrument where the respondents rate each item as to its degree of importance to them.
Scoring proceeds by multiplying the answer to an item by its corresponding value in the scale. The following table for interpretation was used. This table was developed by subtracting the lowest scale value 1.
The difference was divided by 3 to determine the range of 0. Range Verbal Interpretation 2. In this survey type, every moral dilemma has four options and the respondents rate the degree of agreement each option has to their opinion. In addition, this research instrument allowed the research to carry out the quantitative approach effectively with the use of statistics balarilanb data interpretation.
There were 32 or The first year and second year levels had the same number of respondents at 60 or There were or There were 88 or Levels of Values Orientation The respondents got high satisfactory verbal interpretation in Commitment to Public Interest, 2.
Values orientation with satisfactory verbal interpretation were Patriotism and National Pride, 2. The overall computed weighted mean was 2.