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REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


DUMANJUG EXTENSION CAMPUS
DUMANJUG, CEBU
Tel. No.: (032) 471 - 8312

OFFICE OF THE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICES

I. PROJECT SUMMARY
Title : Developmental Reading for Young Minds (DRYM) Project
Project Locale : Bitoon Central Elementary School, Bitoon, Dumanjug, Cebu
No. of Hours : 180 hours
No of Beneficiaries : 20 pupils
Total Project Cost : P 155,999.20
Implementing Program : College of Education (BSED and BEED Programs)
Implementing Partner/s : Bitoon Central Elementary School

II. Rationale

A. Statement of Need
With the latest result of the Oral Reading Verification (ORV) in Grade 5 of Bitoon Central
Elementary School, the problem in poor oral reading and comprehension alarmed the College
of Education of Cebu Technological University- Dumanjug Extension Campus since these
pupils are soon to be prospect students of the University and in the college in the coming
years. This problem would result to poor academic performances later on as soon as these
pupils will reach secondary and/ or tertiary education, and so the College of Education would
like to pursue this extension project of improving reading literacy and comprehension to the
identified Grade 5 pupils of Bitoon Central Elementary School.

B. Relevance of Need
This problem would create a concern to the College of Education sooner as the university
envisioned of being a premier multidisciplinary technological university. To have this into a
reality, the college also envisioned of molding future teachers that are locally and globally
competitive enough to deliver the goods. Also, this program would cater to one of the ESD
Goals which is illiteracy by catering to the needs of this pupils through intensive tutorial
service.

C. Beneficiary Profile
This program would benefit the following:
1. Bitoon Central School Administration
This project would help the administration identify the key areas to improve
reading and comprehension for implementation of support
2. Bitoon Central School Elementary Teachers
This would help the teachers in their role and tasks to teach reading and
comprehension to the in need students of their class through regular meetings and
monitoring with the tutors.
3. The Parents
This would help the parents in teaching their children learn how to read and
understand texts and have them ready in their future undertakings in their education.
4. The Pupils
This project would benefit most the pupils since they are the primary reason why
this project was conceptualized in order to help them with their difficulties in reading
and comprehending texts given, helping them reach their dream of having a brighter
future ahead of them.

D. Research Basis
A research study conducted by one of the instructors of the College of Education,
MR. SAMUEL C. VILLA JR., showed a drastic increase in numbers of poor readers with
poor comprehension in Bitoon Central Elementary School for the past three school years
(2015- 2018). The scores indicate the low number of pupils who can read fluently and
independently with excellent comprehension with 17 pupils; a high number of
instructional readers who are either slow readers who have good comprehension or fast
readers who have poor comprehension with 43 pupils and 47 pupils respectively;
frustration readers who are slow readers with poor comprehension with 22 pupils; and
one non- reader who cannot read at all. Identified factors of such problem included
increasing number of pupils per class, poor student retention and poor health status, and
time allotment intended for reading and comprehension exercises, among others.
Additional time allotment and teaching manpower would help in increasing reading
literacy and improving comprehension skills among these identified pupils who have
difficulty in oral reading and comprehension.

E. Proposed Solution
With this concern on poor oral reading and comprehension skills of the pupils,
the College of Education of Cebu Technological University – Dumanjug Extension
Campus will propose this DRYM Project (Developmental Reading for Young Minds). With
the help of the volunteer BSED and BEED students, the College of Education is hopeful for
fruitful results in this endeavor. As the research of Mr. Villa suggested of the necessary
manpower and increased time allotment, the project think that it will really help in
improving reading and comprehension skills of this identified 15 pupils, rated POOR in
the ORV Evaluation conducted by the school quarterly. The extension team already had
several meetings with the school principal and she was very happy and glad that CTU-
DEC had chosen them to be the pilot recipient of this project, being in the same barangay
and because of such timely concern that needs to be resolved and with the support of
CTU, she was very hopeful that it would start as soon as possible.
III. Goals/Objectives/Intended Outcomes

ESD Goal: QUALITY EDUCATION

Intended Outcome: a competent reader with good oral and comprehension skills

Project Goals:
1. There will be an improvement in the reading abilities of the pupils;
2. The pupils will become independent readers who have the necessary
comprehension skills and reading competence that could help them
in achieving quality education;
3. The pupils will be proficient in the upcoming ORV Evaluations.

Objectives:
1. 100% (15 out of 15) of the identified poor reader pupils will be able to
read without being guided and can answer comprehension questions
based on the text being given;
2. 100% (15 out of 15) of the identified poor reader pupils will pass the
ORV Evaluation; and
3. The pupils will have a rating of Proficient in the upcoming ORV
Evaluations.

IV. PLAN OF WORK (Use a separate sheet for this – in landscape orientation.)
V. MONITORING & EVALUATION PLAN
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VI. ORGANIZATIONAL CAPABILITY

The College of Education of CTU Dumanjug Extension Campus has a corps of educators,
both elementary and secondary teachers, who has years of teaching experience from the
Department of Education, and with varied expertise and trainings in the fields of child
psychology, health and wellness, technical and ICT training integration, environmental and
physical plant conditions and teaching reading expertise, suitable enough to implement the
project.
This project is a joint effort of the College of Education and the Bitoon Central Elementary
School whose teachers in the Grade 5 will help the extension team and the student volunteers
in the implementation, delivery of reading drills, trainings and materials, monitoring of
tutorials conducted and in the conduct of Oral Reading Verification instrument to evaluate
and verify the reading skills and comprehension ability of the pupils in the selected grade
levels.
VII. THE COMMUNITY EXTENSION TEAM

Responsibility
Name Expertise/Role

Responsible for organizing the work flow


of respondents and students during the
1. MR. SAMUEL C.
Project Leader project and dissemination of information
VILLA JR.
of the project and other responsibility
being a head of the group.
Responsible for organizing students-
Student-
volunteers’ schedules and dissemination
2. MRS. GLORY B. Volunteers’
of information towards the students for
ALEO Involvement
their involvement of the project and other
Coordinator
related expertise of the project.
Conducts tutorial services on reading
3. BEED and BSED
Tutors and comprehension literacy to the
Students
identified Grade 5 pupils
Responsible for the review, coordination
Material
4. MRS. and verification of reading materials to
Review /
CATHERINE C. be used for the institutional beneficiaries
Usage
GABIA of the project, and some other related
Coordinator
expertise.
Responsible for cognitive, behavioral
Child
5. MR. GLENN I. and social assistance to the beneficiaries
Psychology
PEÑOZA during the conduct of the project and
Specialist
some other related expertise.
Responsible for the physical review and
Child Health
6. MRS. INGRID C. evaluation of the health and wellness of
and Wellness
EWICAN the beneficiary’s condition during the
Specialist
project and some other related expertise.
Responsible for the physical class
Child Physical
7. MRS. BLESIE M. environment monitoring and evaluation
Environment
VILLA of the beneficiary during the project and
Specialist
some other related expertise.
Responsible for record keeping and
8. MR. DWIGHT A. Documentation
documentation during the project and
GABIA Coordinator
some other related expertise.
Responsible for the monitoring and
Monitoring and
9. MR. JUNJUN evaluation of the respondents and all
Evaluation
AMPARADO involved in extension service project and
Coordinator
some other related expertise.
VIII. SUSTAINABILITY PLAN

The DRYM Project of CTU – Dumanjug Extension Campus is an advocacy of the


College of Education to help pupils and teachers alike overcome this illiteracy problem of
our educational system today. The university and the college understands pretty well the
current situation the basic education teachers are facing and undertaking with their day-
to-day teaching struggles both inside and outside the school. With this predicament, it is
with joyful hearts through volunteering service that the DRYM Project aims to be of help
to the community we are part of. The BCES principal, the teachers, the parents and the
pupils themselves will continue to benefit from this project with the willingness and
unending support of everybody who would be working hand-in-hand with the undying
advocacy of the College of quality education and service to the community. The
extension team is more than willing in its commitment to continue supporting the
beneficiaries of BCES until such time that the project would reach other barangay
elementary schools and communities of the municipality of Dumanjug.
IX. BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT
A. Transportation Expenses
Activity Venue Mode of Transpo Estimated Transpo Expense Amount
N/A N/A N/A N/A 0.00

Subtotal 0.00

B. Training Expenses (Training Materials and supplies)

Description Quantity/ Unit Unit Cost Amount


GSM 70 Long- sized bond paper 10 rims P 225.00 P 2,250.00
Epson L120 printer black ink 3 bottles P 575.00 P 1,725.00

Subtotal P 3,975.00

C. Office Supplies

Description Quantity/ Unit Unit Cost Amount


Stapler 1 piece P 350.00 P 350.00
Staple wire # 30 1 box P 175.00 P 175.00

Subtotal P 525.00

D. Other Expenses

Description Quantity/ Unit Unit Cost Amount

Subtotal 0.00

E. Other Professional Fees

Training Specialist Activity/ Training No. of Hours Amount


REGULAR MONITORING AND
MR. JUNJUN AMPARADO EVAUATION OF THE EXTENSION 150 18937.40
PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION
Work flow organization in the entire
duration of the project implementation;
MR. SAMUEL C. VILLA JR. 150 18937.40
Conducts tutorial services with the
student volunteers
Organization of student- volunteers'
schedule and information
GLORY B. ALEO dissemination during the entire project 150 18937.40
implementation; Conducts tutorial
services with the student volunteers
Reading materials reviewing and
usage verification to be used for the
CATHERINE C. GABIA 150 18937.40
project; Conducts tutorial services with
the student volunteers
Providing cognitive, behavioral and
social assistance to the beneficiaries
GLENN I. PEÑOZA during the conduct of the project; 150 18937.40
Conducts tutorial services with the
student volunteers
Physical condition review and
evaluation of the beneficiaries' health
INGRID C. EWICAN and wellness during project 150 18937.40
implementation; Conducts tutorial
services with the student volunteers
Regular class physical environment
monitoring and evaluation during
BLESIE M. VILLA project implementation; Conducts 150 18937.40
tutorial services with the student
volunteers
Record keeping and documentation
during the project implementation;
DWIGHT A. GABIA 150 18937.40
Conducts tutorial services with the
student volunteers
Subtotal 151499.20

Total Budgetary Requirements:


A Transportation Expenses 0
B Training Expenses 3975
C Office Supplies 525
D Other Expenses 0
E Professional Fees 151499.20

Total Project Cost Php 155999.20


Prepared by:

SAMUEL C. VILLA JR.

GLORY B. ALEO

CATHERINE C. GABIA

GLENN I. PEÑOZA

INGRID C. EWICAN

BLESIE M. VILLA

DWIGHT A. GABIA

Reviewed and Verified:

JUN-JUN A. AMPARADO, REE


Chairman, Extension Service Office

ROMEO C. LEPITEN, ECE, DM


Campus Director

EXTENSION COUNCIL REMARKS: ENDORSED FOR BOR APPROVAL:

Deferred JORELYN P. CONCEPCION, Ed. D.


University Director for Extension Services
For Revision

Endorsed for BOR Approval EDGAR U. TIBAY, Ph. D.


Vice President, PEBA

ROSEIN A. ANCHETA JR., ASEAN Engr., DM, Ph.D.


SUC President IV

Note: Only complete projects proposals will be accepted.