Pagdalumat sa kasanayang komunikatibo sa panahon ng bagong kadawyan

2022 IJRSE – Volume 11 Issue 5

Available Online:  25 February 2022


Especial, Mary Ann*
Sorsogon State University, Philippines (

Melitante, Mary Anne
Sorsogon State University, Philippines (

Janer, Susan
Sorsogon State University, Philippines (


This study aimed to analyze the communicative skills in the new normal setting. Quantitative- Qualitative research method was used in the course of completing the study. To determine the specific participants, purposive random sampling was utilized. Students’ profile within the age bracket of 19-22 years old, the participants comprise of female students taking BSIS (Bachelor of Science Information System) course and are members of the youth organization SK (Sangguniang Kabataan). Accordingly, these students barely attended seminars and/or student training programs. This research used a survey- questionnaire and interview instrument in gathering the needed data. From the results accumulated, it was identified that there was a low level of communicative skills of the students in terms of strategies, independent learning skills, and materials in communication methods. Further, most problems encountered by these students were plotted around low self-confidence and lack of skills in interpersonal communication. In this study, the researchers recommended active involvement of students in community and outreach programs, community contests focused on improving communicative skills and a harness of support programs from school administration and community leaders. These helped to enhance the skills of students to not only in personal growth in communication but as much as in other various learning aspects.

Keywords: English translation skill, Filipino language, new normal, communicative, analyzing



Cite this article:
Especial, M. A., Melitante, M. A., & Janer, S. (2022). Pagdalumat sa kasanayang komunikatibo sa panahon ng bagong kadawyan. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 11(5), 99-105.

*Corresponding Author