Lack of Interest in Participating in Co-Curriculum Activities

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LACK OF STUDENTS PARTICIPATION IN CO-CURRICULUM ACTIVITY IN SERI AMPANG SCHOOL ABSTRACT Co-curriculum is modeled on development theories which suggest that students move from a rather insular view of themselves and the world. As a result of their experiences and learning which occurs both in and out of the classroom, they develop into individuals with a more defined identify and pluralistic view of the world. Specifically, as students move along this continuum of cognitive and personal development such as develop a sense of purpose where they are able to formulate experience growth in their intellectual and career goals, develop competence and experience growth in their interpersonal and physical skills,…show more content…
This research would also look into means and ways to improve the areas to make it more conducive for students to participate and involved in co-curriculum activities in school. Finally, the role of the students in developing their interest in involving in the co-curriculum activities in the school. This research hopes to allow students to discover and to build up their interest in the co-curriculum activities especially for the upper secondary students who are going to complete their studies and enter universities life. Students that are going to apply for local universities entry, they must at least obtain 10% of the consideration of co-curricular points system. LIMITATIONS OF RESEARCH The scope of this research is limited because it’s only carried out in boy’s school, SMK Seri Ampang. Another constrain of this research is the randomly selection of students from lower secondary and upper secondary, namely 30 students from each level ( upper and lower secondary). Apart from that, this research only carried in one school, in SMK Seri Ampang. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE The Role of Sports in Youth Development, Carnegie Corporation, New York, in a report of a meeting in March 1996, found that evidence showed that the involvement of young people in co-curriculum produces multiple benefits for them. At their best, sports programs promote responsible social behaviors’ and greater academic
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