1. Title: LEARNING STYLES OF THE FIRST YEAR STUDENTS OF SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL IN THE SCHOOL YEAR 2005-2006 Total Number of Pages: 200 Text Number of Pages: 188 2. Author: 3. Type of Document: 4. Type of Publication: 5. Host / Accrediting Institution: BERNADETTE LAMSIS-SOLIBA Thesis Unpublished Saint Louis University (Private) Bonifacio St., Baguio City CHED-CAR Not Applicable Learning Styles, Uniformity and Diversity, Gender Differences
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8. ABSTRACT: 8.1. Summary: The study aimed at identifying the different Learning Styles of the first year students of Saint Louis University Laboratory High School in order to design an effective course content that would meet and cater to the varied learning styles of the students. The study aimed to answer the following problems: 1. To what extent are the learning experiences in each language learning style mostly manifested? 2. Is there a significant difference in the extent of the languages learning style of students who come from the science and regular sections, and between the male and female students? 3. What appropriate course content should be developed to enhance the different learning styles of the first year students? The descriptive method of research was used in the study with the questionnairechecklist as the main data-gathering tool. Weighted means and T-test were used for the statistical treatment of the gathered data. 8.2. Findings: 1. The first year students of SLU-LHS are classified as visual, auditory, tactile and kinesthetic learners although they have different extent of manifesting the four learning styles and they are as follows:
a. Visual Learning Style. In general, the first year students often manifest this learning style. b. Auditory Learning Style. The first year students seldom manifest this learning style. c. Tactile and Kinesthetic Learning Style. The first year students often manifest this learning style. 2. The...