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THESIS TITLE PROPOSAL
TITLE:
The Level of Mother Tongue-Based Reading Readiness of Kindergarten Pupils of Cabatuan East Central School SY 2013-2014
Proponent: OPIDO, Patson P.
Statement of the Problem
This study attempts to assess the level of reading readiness in the mother tongue of Kindergarten Pupils of Cabatuan East Central School SY 2013-2014.
Specifically, this study attempts to give answer to:
1. What is the profile of the respondents in terms of:
a. age
b. gender
c. mother tongue
d. gross family income
e. educational attainment of parents
f. early childhood education
g. availability of educational materials at home
2. What is the level of mother tongue based-reading readiness skills of the pupils in terms of:
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But when the language of learning and the language of instruction do not match, learning difficulties are bound to follow. To discard the use of the L1 in favor of an unfamiliar language upon the children’s entry into grade school is tantamount to displacing or disconnecting their foundational knowledge from the learning process and concepts confined in the classroom. When this happens, learners lose interest in their studies, drop out of school, or lose sight of the long term goal of getting educated, thus becoming underachievers. The Philippines is a multicultural, multiregional, multiethnic, and multilingual nation. It has around 170 different native languages. Deploying all these languages as learning resources is a formidable task. However, the enormity of the problem is lessened by the fact that 15 of these languages are already spoken by 95 percent of our population (Nolasco, 2010). From the 15 dominant languages, 11 mother tongues will be used as sole languages of instruction. They are Cebuano, Iloko, Tagalog, Bikol, Hiligaynon, Waray, Kapampangan, Pangasinense, Maranao, Maguindanaon, and Tausug . These MTs were chosen because they are the most widely spoken languages in the country (Isagani Cruz, 2010).

Paradigm of the Study
INPUT PROCESS OUTPUT

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F E E D B A C K

METHODOLOGY
Research Design
This study is descriptive in nature. This study attempts to measure the
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