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RRNHS Grade 12 learners actively participate on the learning activities in Practical Research 2

Rapu-Rapu, ALBAY – Grade 12 learners actively participate in learning activities as they continue to enjoy the second week of face-to-face classes at Rapu-Rapu NHS. Collaborative activities, interactive learning tasks, learner-centered and learner-friendly learning experiences are provided to guide them in achieving the learning competencies expected of them.

Grade 12-Garnet learners as they accomplish their collaborative learning activities in Practical Research 2

Grade 12-Garnet learners as they accomplish their collaborative learning activities in Practical Research 2

An Opportunity to Collaborate

To help learners better understand the characteristics, strengths and weaknesses, kinds, and importance of quantitative research, a collaborative learning task is given to each group of students in Practical Research 2 at Rapu-Rapu National High School. The learning task provides opportunity to learners to collaborate and interact with each other while learning the content of the lesson. Likewise, it builds camaraderie and unity among group members as they perform the given activities.

Group 1 of Grade 12-Amethyst as they work on the learning task to describe the characteristics of quantitative research

Group 1 of Grade 12-Amethyst as they work on the learning task to describe the characteristics of quantitative research

The Group Tasks

Every class is divided into five groups, and every group works on their respective learning task. Group 1 describes the characteristics of quantitative research. Group 2 explains the strengths of quantitative research. Group 3 illustrates the weaknesses of quantitative research. Group 4 describes the kinds of quantitative research. Group 5 illustrates the importance of quantitative research across fields such as Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS).

Grade 12-Topaz learners as they prepare their materials for group presentation

Grade 12-Topaz learners as they prepare their materials for group presentation

Each group is given 30 minutes to prepare for their learning activity. Then, the groups present their output to the class maximizing the 5-minute allotted time for each group. After the presentations, the teacher provides comments and suggestions, and additional information and details to make the learning experience more comprehensive and meaningful.

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