Lesson Exemplars in Teaching Pop-Up Writing to Literature Students

Authors

  • Marcelina B. Sarte Faculty, College of Education/Arts and Sciences, Cebu Technological University, Argao, Cebu, Philippines
  • Maed -Et College of Education/Arts and Sciences, Cebu Technological University,Argao, Cebu, Phillippines

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24113/ijohmn.v5i2.89

Keywords:

Creative Writing, Pop-Up Writing, Creativity Criterion

Abstract

This study assessed the effectiveness of lesson exemplars in the teaching of pop-up writing to AB English students of Cebu Technological University- Main Campus during the Academic Year 2016-2017. This study utilized the quasi- experimental research design: the lesson exemplar is the independent variable while the students’ level of creativity in writing is the dependent variable. The study revealed that the entry level pop-up writing performance of the respondents was neutral in all criteria. This performance is numerically highest for story structure and lowest for creativity. Moreover, the LE1 pop-up writing performance of the respondents is good for story structure and topic development but remained neutral for language use and creativity, the LE2 popup writing performance of the respondents is good for story structure but remained neutral for language use, topic development, and creativity, and the LE3 pop-up writing performance of the respondents is good for all four (4) criteria. The increase in LE1 pop-up writing performance of the respondents is significant for story structure and topic development but the change is negligible for language use and creativity, the increase in LE2 pop-up writing performance of the respondents is significant for story structure; yet the changes are negligible for language use, topic development, and creativity, and there were no significant differences in the LE3 pop-up writing performance. Therefore, teachers may design more learning activities that would reinforce the aspects of pop-up writing.

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17-04-2019

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Sarte, M. B., & -Et, M. (2019). Lesson Exemplars in Teaching Pop-Up Writing to Literature Students. International Journal Online of Humanities, 5(2), 1–24. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijohmn.v5i2.89

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