FEBRUARY 2024 ISSUE

SIM-Based Learning Modules for English 6

Research Article

SIM-Based Learning Modules for English 6

Abstract

The main focus of the study was the development of SIM-Based Learning Modules for English 6. The specific problems dealt with were the level of performance in English of Grade 6 learners for SY 2019-2020 based on the results of the first and second quarterly assessments; challenges encountered by the learners and teachers in the delivery of learning activities; acceptability of the developed Learning Modules as evaluated by the experts. The participants of the study were ten (10) learner participants, and four (4) Grade 6 teachers. Descriptive and Qualitative methods were employed. For data analysis using the Qualitative method, coding, identifying themes, and summarizing were performed. For the Descriptive Method, the weighted mean and simple percentage were utilized. The level of performance of Grade 6 learners in English based on the results of the first and second quarterly assessments were both very low having most of the learners in the Satisfactory and Fairly Satisfactory Levels. The challenges encountered by the learners and teachers in the delivery of learning activities in the subject were the learners’ poor vocabulary, misbehavior, absenteeism, lack of textbooks, reading difficulties, and level of time management. SIM-Based Learning Modules for English 6 were created to be used as supplementary materials in teaching English 6. The acceptability of the developed learning modules was guaranteed by the experts and paved its recommendation for utilization as supplementary learning resources.

Keywords: Performance Level; Challenge; Learning Modules; SIM; Acceptability