Study Habits and the Academic Performance of the Pupils.

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Chapter I THE PROBLEM Introduction Learning is a very important personal matter and there isn’t one study habit that works for every situation. One here to take more responsibility to acquire the desired knowledge to develop positive values, critical thinking, attitudes and skills. Effective study skills and strategies opportunities to approach learning tasks systematically and independently. Practicing good study habits is the key to becoming smarter and achieving success in school. Paivio (2000) noted that habits of study, which are formed in school have greater significance and students must realize the need to acquire these effective study habits. Effective studying will help students to prepare schoolwork in less…show more content…
They were forty four (44) boys and fifty six (56) girls. Chapter II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES This chapter presents a review of significant related literature and studies, which have bearings to the present study. Study Habits, its Definition and Significance Study skills are discrete techniques that can be learned, and applied to all specific or particular fields of study like music technology and many others fields of study. Jackson (2009) stated that studying is a skill which is develops in the early part of their schooling, study skills must be learned because it takes effort to develop their habit of studying, thus it requires effective planning and putting them into practice. There is a need to understand what students are studying, thus it requires effective planning and putting them into practice. There is a need to understand what students are studying to develop the ability to memorize information. If these things can be done in routine, mastery of skills will become successful one. Kizlik , (1997) stated that no two individuals study in the same way, and there is a little doubt, that what works for one person may not work for another. However there are some general techniques that seem to produce sound result. No one
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