The Utilization Of Indigenous Communication Arts Instructional Materials In Teaching Language
Angelino, M. Lattao, Matronillo, M. Martin
Keywords: Instructional materials, teaching-learning, indigenous, strategy, utilization
This study attempted to determine the utilization of indigenous instructional materials in teaching language from Grade 1 to Grade 3 at Paracelis District, Division of Mountain Province for the School Year 2018-2019. Descriptive survey method used to gather information about the objectives of the utilization of indigenous instructional materials, impact or benefits of integrating indigenous instructional materials in teaching language and problems encountered in using indigenous materials in teaching language. Rank, frequency and percentage, mean and Pearson r were utilized in this study. The teachers contemplate the availability of the funds in the utilization of the indigenous Instructional Materials (IMs). On the other hand, both teachers and school heads have an equal awareness on the objectives of the utilization of instructional materials. The respondents believe that using the indigenous materials in teaching language only have a very large impact as a guide or reference materials in teaching-learning process. Therefore, the integration of the indigenous instructional materials positively affects the teaching-learning process. Likewise, the utilization of Instructional Materials facilitates learning and teaching. The school shall allocate funds and budget to provide indigenous instructional materials in teaching language. Additionally, initiating strategies among teachers as frontiers of its implementation of providing local Instructional Materials and enforces teachers’ involvement of provision of instructional materials shall be done religiously. Henceforth, the school heads shall propose regular Learning Action Cell (LAC) sessions on how to provide indigenous instructional materials. Additionally, they shall conduct strict monitoring of the preparation of Instructional Materials to assure the quality of the instructional materials to be used in teaching language. Indeed, this study could probably help the teachers on how to utilize local, indigenous and contextualized Instructional Materials.
Angelino, M. Lattao*, Matronillo, M. Martin**
* College of Advanced Education student, Ifugao State University-Potia Campus, PHILIPPINES
**Dean College of Education, Ifugao State University-Potia Campus, PHILIPPINES