2021 IJRSE – Volume 10 Issue 4
Special Issue on Filipino Research Papers
Available Online: 10 June 2021
Jose Rizal Memorial State University – Tampilisan Campus, Philippines (email@example.com)
This study aimed to determine the valuing extent of the Filipino traits by the Junior High School students of Tampilisan District. It made use of a descriptive-quantitative survey method of research, employing a researcher-made questionnaire-checklist in gathering the necessary data of the study, involving the 390 students as respondents of the study. Data were analyzed using the weighted mean and Independent T-test. Findings revealed that the Filipino trait on the love of God such as “respect for the Holy Bible or Qur’an and respect for the church” were still valued by the respondents according to sex. In terms of the love of people were “thoughtful to parents and siblings; respectful to the elders; and having a close relationship to the family”. On the love of country were “respect for the national heroes; proud of being a Filipino; respect for the national symbols such as the national anthem, flag and others; patronizing the national language by using it at home or in school; and attending the flag raising ceremony”. On the love of nature was “cleaning the environment”. The extent of valuing by both the female and male respondents on the love of God, love of people and love of nature is “often” while on the love of country is “always” for the females and “often” for males. There is no significant difference on the valuing of the love of God, love of nature and love of country but a significant difference existed in terms of the love of people.
Keywords: Filipino traits; love of God; love of people; love of country; love of nature
Cite this article:
Mansanadez, E. (2021). Kaugaliang Pilipino at ang kabataan ngayon tungo sa programang edukasyon sa pagpapakatao. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 10(4), 111-120. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrse.2021.627