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GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING PROGRAM: ITS RELEVANCE

TOWARDS PREVENTING TEENAGE PREGNANCY

A Bachelor’s Thesis

Presented to
The Faculty of College of Teacher Education
Western Mindanao State University
Diplahan External Studies Unit
Diplahan, Zamboanga Sibugay

In Partial Fulfillment of the course PED 113


(Introduction to Research)

Zandra C. Abella
Judy Ann C. Alimanza
Roselyn G. Astronomo
Juster kim M. Hallara
Jessa G. Pedrosa

November 2018
TABLE OF CONTENT

Title Page i

Approval Sheet ii

Abstract iii

Table of Content iv

List of Table vi

List of Figure vii

Chapter -1 INTRODUCTION

Background of the study 1

Statement of the Problem 6

Significance of the Study 7

Scope and limitation 8

Chapter -2 THEORETICAL AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

Related Studies 13

Theoretical Framework 19

Conceptual Framework 21

Operational Definition of Terms 22

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Chapter -3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Research Locale 23

Research Design 23

Sampling Procedure and Respondents of the Study 24

Research Instrument 24

Ethical Consideration 25

Data Gathering Procedure 25

Data Analysis 27

Chapter -4 PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

Chapter -5 SUMMARY, FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS, AND

RECOMMENDATIONS

Summary 53

Findings 54

Conclusion 55

Recommendations 55

BIBLIOGRAPHY

APPENDICES
Appendix A. Permission Letter
Appendix B. Interview Guide
CURRICULUM VITAE
LIST OF TABLE

Table 1 27

Table 2 37

Table 3 42

Table 4 48

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LIST OF FIGURE

Figure 1 19

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Appendix B

INTERVIEW GUIDE

For Senior High School Students

We, the BEED IV students of the Western Mindanao State University,


Diplahan External Studies Unit taking up Bachelor of Elementary Education
major in General Education id presently conducting study about “GUIDANCE
AND COUNSELLING PROGRAM: ITS RELEVANCE TOWARDS PREVENTING
TEEMAGE PREGNANCY”

As key information of this study, the confidentiality of your statement of


your identity is our top priority. You have the right to reject. To withdraw in the
interview process if there are some questions that you are not comfortable with.

Questions

1. What do you think are the influences in engaging to early teenage


pregnancy?
2. What do you think is the most influential among the influences that you
have mentioned earlier?
3. What do you think is the least influential among the influences that you
have mentioned earlier?
4. What do you think is the reasons beyond this influences that could
engage in early teenage pregnancy?
5. As a student, how could we prevent these influences to prevent early
teenage pregnancy?
6. How the school administrations respond to the issue in the early teenage
pregnancy?
7. Is your school conducts symposium, conferences about sex education
and teenage pregnancies?
8. Does the guidance counsellor conduct career guidance in relation to
early teenage pregnancy?
9. Does your guidance counsellor monitors to those pregnant students and
to others?
10. What is your view on the early teenage pregnancy?