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MULTIMODAL LEARNING MATERIAL IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION: A BASIS FOR INDEPENDENT LEARNING

Volume: 102  ,  Issue: 1 , June    Published Date: 16 June 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 58  ,  Download: 25 , Pages: 943 - 954    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001021620223319

Authors

# Author Name
1 April Villadiego

Abstract

This research was entitled “Multimodal Learning Material in Physical Education: A Basis of Independent Learning. The study aimed to develop a multimodal learning material in Physical Education for grade 10 students. Specifically, the researcher attempted to attain the following objectives (1.) identify the extent of completeness of the multimodal learning material (MLM) in Physical Education; (2.) determine the level of students’ performance in Physical Education in terms of average grades; (3.) find out the significant effect of using Multimodal Learning Material (MLM) on the students’ performance in physical education. Descriptive quantitative research design was employed by the researcher to obtain the necessary data. The research respondents were composed of one hundred thirty-five (135) grade 10 students. Likewise, twenty (20) teachers were considered as another group of respondents who determined the development and validation of material. The purposive sampling was utilized in selecting the respondents. The instrument of this study is through the development of a series of questionnaires suited for the problems in this study. The findings revealed that the parts of the multimodal learning material in physical education 10 was interpreted as very high in terms of its components such as; learning objectives, learning contents, learning procedures, and learning assessments. Based on its extent of completeness of characteristics, it was interpreted by the respondents as highly acceptable in its aesthetic value, clarity, organization, relevance and suitability. Based on the performances of the respondents, the findings show that the multimodal learning material used for the three quarters which was verbally interpreted as outstanding. The findings also indicated a significant relationship between the validity of the multimodal learning material and student’s performance for the three quarters.

Keywords

  • Multimodal
  • independent learning
  • learning material