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“STRAND PREFERENCES

OF GRADE TEN PRIVATE


HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS”
INTRODUCTION
REVIEW RELATED LITERATURE
• Students’ first consideration in choosing career
path to pursue is the availability of work after
college. (Pascual, 2014).
• It is important for the institution to identify the
willingness of the students to pursue the program
where interest can be used as good indicator of
career choice so that if problems might occur in
their academic performance related to negative
attitude, the result of this study might be useful
to explain the situation. (Hirschi&Läge, 2008).
• In choosing a junior, senior academic track, a
student should take a risk. (F. Yates,Veinotte, and
Patalano, 2003)
• Parental support and encouragement are
important factors that have been found to
influence career choice (Taylor et al, 2004).
• The choice of career of the students is being
influenced by some factors from the social
environment, mainly the parents as immediate
family who plays an active role in choosing the
right education for their children.
(Pafili&Mylonakis, 2011).
• With so many factors to consider in making a career
decision, students experience career uncertainty which
affects their emotion, attitude, and behavior.
(TrevorRoberts, 2006).

• Investigating for career opportunities is well worth taking


time. (Mind tools, 2014).
RESEARCH QUESTION

1. What are the demographic profile of


the respondents?
RESEARCH QUESTION

2. What are strand preferences of the


respondents?
RESEARCH QUESTION

3. What are factors that affects the


decision of the students in choosing
their strand?
CONCEPTUAL PARADIGM

INPUT OUTPUT PROCESS

• Accountancy and
Business
Management
• Science, Technology,
Engineering, and
Mathematics By conducting a
• Humanities and Strand Preferences
questionnaire
Social Science
• General Academic
Strand
• Technical-
Vocational-
Livelihood
CONCEPTUAL FAMEWORK
• This study aims to know the strand preference of
Grade Ten Students. The researchers conducted
questions to know what strand they want to take.
Strands Frequency Percentage (%)

ABM 14 23.3

HUMSS 6 10.0

STEM 39 65.0

GAS 0 0.0

TVL 1 1.7

Total: 60 100.0