Conducting Daily Monitoring Contest in Maintaining Classroom Cleanliness Among Grade 11 and 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines
Various lessons about classroom cleanliness students are well-known for leaving a mess and forgetting to pick up after themselves. Students will often clean up their messes but only after their teacher reminds them to do so. Teachers spend a lot of time picking up scraps of paper of the floor or finding books left in places where they should not be. This precious time should be spent instructing students, but the responsibility to clean up often falls on the teacher. Cleanliness means keeping our body, mind, and everything around us clean. Cleanliness is the first law of health. It is the way to stay healthy and lead life peacefully. A competition is any student event where an individual or a team competes for a prize where skill is the main predictor of the winner. A competition can be done between students or teams of students within a classroom or across different schools and geographical regions. Student competitions bring about a student’s best effort by inspiring creativity and challenging the student to utilize their skills. Teachers incorporate student competitions as a part of their curriculum to encourage students to stay on task and bring forward their best work by significantly increasing the payoff for the student. The descriptive method was used in this study. This study helped maintain the cleanliness inside the classroom at Bestlink College of the Philippines. It is necessary to identify the effectiveness of daily monitoring of every classroom in Grade 11 and 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM)students. A descriptive study determines and reports the way things are; the concern of this study is to enhance the good behavior of the students. The data collected were analyzed and interpreted. Data was analyzed manually based on the observed lessons and information from the questionnaires. The analysis focused on the “Daily Monitoring Contest in Maintaining Classroom Cleanliness among Grade 11 and 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines.” The following data collection instruments were used to inform the researchers on “Daily Monitoring Contest in Maintaining Classroom Cleanliness among Grade 11 and 12 ABM Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines.” “Cleanliness is next to Godliness,” which implies that being clean is a sign of spiritual purity or goodness. Moreover, we should not only take care of our personal cleanliness but also of our surroundings. To solve this problem and take back your teaching time, we introduced “Daily Monitoring Contest in Maintaining Classroom Cleanliness among Grade 11 and 12 ABM students at BCP.” Then, the month’s cleanest classroom will be awarded. The daily monitoring of classroom will be held by the SSG and SSC officers. This study will initiate the students to maintain the cleanliness of their classroom and help them be competitive to can stay healthy.