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ARALING PANLIPUNAN ANXIETY AND COMPETENCY LEVELS OF FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS IN ABULUG
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A Proposed Thesis
Presented to the
Faculty of the Graduate School
CAGAYAN STATE UNIVERSITY
Aparri, Cagayan

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree
Master of Arts in Educational Management

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by

MICHEL T. URBI
March, 2015

Chapter 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction

Social Studies play a very important role in the modernization of mankind. It is therefore that students should acquire sufficient knowledge on it. Over the past years, social studies as a subject, educators have noted that students in many schools in the Philippines are still considered low in their achievements. Empirical studies like the Ramos, R. Survey (1980) show that there has been deterioration in the students’ achievement because of the focus in dealing with the subject social studies. The Ramos, R Survey by a group of Filipinos researchers found that pupils in elementary Sibika at Kultura in 1979 are more behind, and the high school students of Araling Panlipunan are years behind their counterparts in history of mankind, early civilization, government, taxation and economics in dealing with reasoning as a logic and explaining through what is happened to connect to the present times. Interested in the subject is being encouraged by teachers, but despite the resultant increase in interest, symposia and fora, as well as the abundance of approaches and materials, our educational system is plagued of the students with seemingly inherent adverse reaction towards the subjects. This condition is alarming to educators considering the pervading influence of social science in most of the avenues of man’s life. It is certainly a disappointment to them to discover that advances in their...

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