Improving Physical Appearance of Female Grade 12 ABM Students by Using Personal Development Activities
Keywords:scores, accounting activities, video presentation
This study examined the opinion of the students through instructional materials such as video tutorials and accounting activities. Video tutorial presentation was also used in two sections to compare the liability of the instructional materials to increase the scores of Grade 12 Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM)students. This study aimed to help Grade 12 ABM students in Bestlink College of the Philippines to improve their scores in accounting and help them understand the lessons in accounting. To produce quality research material, researchers will make sure that about the research topic, we formulated problems to thoroughly execute the entire research study. The researchers of this study used the survey method. To come up with the desired result and accurate analysis needed, the method used would be carefully and meticulously chosen. Based on the analyzed data about the question regarding the accounting activities affecting the accounting skills of Grade 12 ABM students in accounting subjects, the respondents found a positive effect in journalizing. For posting, accurate entries were the priority in posting general entries in the ledger for every transaction made. Every sheet transaction made should be recorded following their assets, noncurrent assets, liabilities, and capital as it determined the cash and debts monthly or yearly for the balance sheet aspect. Regardingconducting video tutorials to increase the scores of the students, the research showed that in the aspect of conducting video tutorials, it increased the scores of the students. This study also found a significant difference in the score of Grade 12 ABM students in accounting activities between ABM 12-16 with video tutorials and ABM 12-11 without video tutorials. The accounting course is undeniably difficult in all aspects for the students who only started taking the subject. Students who experienced hardships and struggles take unreasonable actions to walk away from them. The researchers of this study hope that learning accounting through instructional materials will be helpful for the students to have passing scores.