Effect of laziness to academic performance

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1 MT. MORIAH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Is your voice in control? What sound does your voice make? What kind of impression does your voice make? When working with teachers on their voices, classroom management is always an issue. Young people’s listening skills appear to be a common problem and teacher’s struggles to make themselves heard in some classrooms. Difficulties in class management can result from the lack of knowledge the teachers have about the effect of their voice in their pupils. A voice and body that appeared uncontrolled can often lead to uninvited chatter and ‘irritating misbehavior’. The aim of this study is to perform voice evaluation in teachers with or without voice…show more content…
Significance of the Study It will help the students to join and participate in school activities special on the clubs activities. It will help the varsity players to compete confidently.It will serve as their asset in the future because they will lead the school someday. 5 MT. MORIAH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY Scope and Limitations of the Study In this study, it covers the academic performance of the Grade 7 students in Mt. Moriah Christian Academy. Definitions of Terms Confidence – a feeling, and consciousness of one’s power or ofreliance on one’s circumstances New Environment – the circumstances, or conditions which one is surround. Lack of Confidence – losing of self-esteem, being shy Shy – lacking of confidence Academic Performance – a students’ activities in their academic subjects. 6 MT. MORIAH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY CHAPTER 2 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES Foreign Literature Lacking of Confidence According to Mark Keynes (2000), “self-confidence is a personal judgement of worthiness that isexpressed in the attitudes that individuals hold towards themselves. It is a subjective experience which the individual conveys to others by verbal reports and other overt expressive behavior.” Defining the motivational basis of second and foreign language acquisition has been at the center of much research and controversy for many years. The present study applied social psychological constructs to the
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