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VALIDATION OF RECORDED VIDEO AS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL IN ARALING PANLIPUNAN

Volume: 104  ,  Issue: 1 , July    Published Date: 15 July 2022
Publisher Name: IJRP
Views: 74  ,  Download: 44 , Pages: 1179 - 1185    
DOI: 10.47119/IJRP1001041720223631

Authors

# Author Name
1 DIVINA GRACIA E. TERCIANO

Abstract

This study aimed to develop and to validate recorded video as instructional material in Araling Panlipunan. Specifically, this sought to answer the following questions: determine the validation level of the recorded video as instructional material in terms of objective; content; assessment and outcome; visual quality; and audio quality; determine the mean percentages performance of the students in pre-test and post-test scores; and determine the significant difference between the performance of the students before and after utilizing the recorded video as instructional material. In view with this, this study employed a descriptive survey type of research and quasi-experimental method of research. It was aided with twenty-five (25) Likert-type checklist in determination of the validation level of developed instructional material, more so, a 20-item pre-test and post-test were also employed. Moreover, this study involved grade ten junior high school students at the Caigdal National High School (CNHS), Unisan, Quezon where sixty-seven (67) students were purposively chosen and fourteen (14) Araling Panlipunan teachers from different schools in Unisan, Quezon. Based on the findings, the following conclusions was drawn from the study. The validation level of the recorded video as instructional materials in terms of objective, content, assessment and outcome, visual quality, and audio quality is highly acceptable. The student performance was observed as did not meet expectation in the pre-test while very satisfactory performance was achieved on the post-test after utilizing the recorded video. There is a significant difference between the pre-test and the post-test scores before and after utilizing the material. And this entails that the material is valid, thus it can be utilized in teaching Araling Panlipunan therefore the hypothesis was rejected. In light of the findings and conclusions, the following were recommended: The administrator may encourage the implementation of varied learning activities and instructional materials that suit the learning preference of the students. This may also be included to their Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan (BE-LCP).

Keywords

  • instructional materials
  • validation
  • Araling Panlipunan
  • recorded video