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FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE GRADE 11 BREAD AND PASTRY PRODUCTION LEARNERS
IN CHOOSING HOME ECONOMICS
A Quatitative Research Study
Presented to
The Faculty Senior High School
TVL-Bread and Pastry Production (BPP) Strand
Oton National High School
In Partial Fulfillment
Of the Requirements in Practical Research
By:
Gina Jabinigay
Angelie Somblingo
Jaymar Alison
Chapter 1
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Introduction
a. Background of the Study
Statement of the problem
-This study aims to identify the factors that influence Grade 11 BPP
learners in choosing Home Economics for the school year 2018-2019
Specifically, it will seek answers to the following questions:
1. What are the factors that influence Grade 11 BPP learners in
choosing Home Economics?
b. Conceptual Framework
Dependent Independent
c .Significance of the study
The findings of the study may provide deeper insight on how the
grade 11 BPP learners really love their chosen career path. The study
determined the significant factors that influence grade 11 BPP
learners in choosing home economics.
To the Learners
The result may serve as an inspiration for them to continuously
improve their passion and skills in choosing their career path.
To the Teachers
The result may serve as their guidelines for those who are more
passionate and less passionate on this strand. The findings of this
study help them to encourage students to choose on what career they
are passionate of.
Factors that influence
grade 11 BPP learners
in choosing home
economics
Age
Sex
Section
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To the future Researchers
They will be able to benefit on this study. They can apply it
and enhance more their skills related to this study.
D. Scope and Delimitations
The study will identify the factors that influence grade 11 BPP
learners in choosing home economics. This study will conducted at Oton
National High school, J.P. laurel St. Oton Iloilo .the respondents of
the study well be the grade 11 BPP learners of Oton National High
School during the second semester of the school year 2018-2019.
Chapter 2
The following are the related studies that the researcher had
collected which supports the study entitled “The reaction of Grade 12
Technical Vocational and Livelihood (TVL) - Bread and Pastry
Production (BPP) Learners in Factors that influence Grade 11 Bread and
Pastry Production in Choosing Home Economics
Factors in the school cafeteria influencing food choices by high
school students Christine Shannon, Mary Story, Jayne A Fulkerson,
Simone A French Journal of School Health 72 (6), 229-234, 2002 This
study set three objectives: I) to examine the perceived influence of
health concerns, labeling and nutrition information, taste, cost,
availability, and peers on adolescents' food choices, particularly in
the school cafeteria; 2) to determine whether these factors vary by
gender, grade level, or adolescents' health and weight concerns; and
3) to provide recommendations regarding promotion of lowfat foods in
the school cafeteria based on factors associated with food choices.
Data were collected from a school survey that assessed key influences
on adolescents'
Food choices,including lowfat foods. Some 289 students in grades
1012 from a senior high school in a metropolitan area served as
subjects. Descriptive statistics, chisquare, and general linear models
were used for analysis. Results indicated that, when choosing foods
from the school cafeteria, taste and getting a lot for their money
were important to most students (93.7% and 71.7%, respectively).
Females, and students who thought about their health and weight more
frequently when deciding what to eat, were more likely to report
greater interest in labeling and nutrition information and
availability of lowfat foods in the school cafeteria. Findings suggest
that efforts to promote lowfat foods to adolescents need to address
the taste of lowfat foods, availability of lowfat options, and point
ofpurchase labeling of lowfat foods. Focusing on the value and cost
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of lowfat foods may offer a key strategy for promoting lowfat foods
to males.

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FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE GRADE 11 BREAD AND PASTRY PRODUCTION LEARNERS IN CHOOSING HOME ECONOMICS A Quatitative Research Study Presented to The Faculty Senior High School TVL-Bread and Pastry Production (BPP) Strand Oton National High School In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements in Practical Research By: Gina Jabinigay Angelie Somblingo Jaymar Alison Chapter 1 Introduction a. Background of the Study Statement of the problem -This study aims to identify the factors that influence Grade 11 BPP learners in choosing Home Economics for the school year 2018-2019 Specifically, it will seek answers to the following questions: 1. What are the factors that influence Grade 11 BPP learners in choosing Home Economics? b. Conceptual Framework Dependent Factors that influence grade 11 BPP learners in choosing home economics Independent •Age •Sex •Section c .Significance of the study The findings of the study may provide deeper insight on how the grade 11 BPP learners really love their chosen career path. The study determined the significant factors that influence grade 11 BPP learners in choosing home economics. To the Learners The result may serve as an inspiration for them to continuously improve their passion and skills in choosing their career path. To the Teachers The result may serve as their guidelines for those who are more passionate and less passionate on this strand. The findings of this study help them to encourage students to choose on what career they are passionate of. To the future Researchers They will be able to benefit on this study. They can apply it and enhance more their skills related to this study. D. Scope and Delimitations The study will identify the factors that influence grade 11 BPP learners in choosing home economics. This study will conducted at Oton National High school, J.P. laurel St. Oton Iloilo .the respondents of the study well be the grade 11 BPP learners of Oton National High School during the second semester of the school year 2018-2019. Chapter 2 The following are the related studies that the researcher had collected which supports the study entitled “The reaction of Grade 12 Technical Vocational and Livelihood (TVL) - Bread and Pastry Production (BPP) Learners in Factors that influence Grade 11 Bread and Pastry Production in Choosing Home Economics Factors in the school cafeteria influencing food choices by high school students Christine Shannon, Mary Story, Jayne A Fulkerson, Simone A French Journal of School Health 72 (6), 229-234, 2002 This study set three objectives: I) to examine the perceived influence of health concerns, labeling and nutrition information, taste, cost, availability, and peers on adolescents' food choices, particularly in the school cafeteria; 2) to determine whether these factors vary by gender, grade level, or adolescents' health and weight concerns; and 3) to provide recommendations regarding promotion of low‐fat foods in the school cafeteria based on factors associated with food choices. Data were collected from a school survey that assessed key influences on adolescents' Food choices,including low‐fat foods. Some 289 students in grades 10–12 from a senior high school in a metropolitan area served as subjects. Descriptive statistics, chi‐square, and general linear models were used for analysis. Results indicated that, when choosing foods from the school cafeteria, taste and getting a lot for their money were important to most students (93.7% and 71.7%, respectively). Females, and students who thought about their health and weight more frequently when deciding what to eat, were more likely to report greater interest in labeling and nutrition information and availability of low‐fat foods in the school cafeteria. Findings suggest that efforts to promote low‐fat foods to adolescents need to address the taste of low‐fat foods, availability of low‐fat options, and point‐ of‐purchase labeling of low‐fat foods. Focusing on the value and cost of low‐fat foods may offer a key strategy for promoting low‐fat foods to males. Name: Description: ...
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