A Study on Homogeneous Sectioning

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A Study On The High School Sectioning System
The 4th Year Students’ Perspectives

Submitted By:

Darren Xavier T. Lucenario
IV- St. Francis

Submitted To:
Ms. Jean Victoria Malenab

January 7,2013

Table Of Contents

Title Page 1

Table of Contents 2

I. Introduction

a. Introductory Part

b. Topic

c. Definition of Terms

II. Significance of the Study

III. Research Proper

a. Data, Papers, Researches, and Other Information Gathered

IV. Advantages and Disadvantages

a. Advantages

b. Disadvantages

V. Conclusion

VI. Survey Conclusion

VII. Appendix

a. Questions to Answer

b. Graphs (Survey Results)

c. Bibliography

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4. Competition- happens if there are two or more groups competing to achieve a common


5. Cream Section- a section consisting of students who are considered to be “the cream of

the crop”. They are students who show great ability in intellectual, artistic and other


6. Homogeneous Sectioning- the creation of sections based on students’ mental abilities and


7. Heterogeneous Sectioning- the process of dividing students equally among sections

regardless of their skills, abilities, or capabilities

8. Label- titles or names given to higher or lower section students

9. Motivation- persistence of behavior; degree in aspiring for academic achievement and

degree the chosen behavior is undertaken

10. Peers- an individual’s friends (excluding classmates)

11. Perspective- one’s own visualization or picture over the subject matter

12. Sectioning- the act or practice of grouping student into sections (section A, B, C etc.).

There are two types/technique of sectioning students, (1) Homogenous Sectioning, or

ability grouping of students, and (2) Heterogeneous sectioning, the random grouping

II. Significance of the Study

The study on Homogeneous Sectioning and how 4th year students visualize it shows

significance in different groups in the HS institution.

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