Effects of Teaching Strategies of Humanities and Social Sciences
This research was conducted by the researchers to improve the teaching skills and strategies of Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) Strand teachers and promote further advancement to the student’s academic performance in helping students who are always behind the class. Enhancing the teaching strategies of the teachers can make a huge impact on the student’s academic performance, which can only result from either improvements or the other way around. Using the sampling technique, the researchers surveyed some HUMSS Strand teachers and students. The researchers used quantitative methods and descriptive designs to analyze and interpret the data. The instrument used was a questionnaire. A total of 100 HUMSS Strand students, which were systematically chosen through random sampling technique, were provided with survey questionnaires. According to this research, 60 students agreed that the teaching technique of teachers, such as demonstration and use of technology, can make students understand the topic. A total of 54% of our respondents agreed with the effectiveness of the demonstration technique. The result now provided evidence to explore more teacher strategies to enhance the activeness of students, especially the students who are victims of societal problems. This leads to a good result, even if the improvement is negligible. Our results have two parts, that is, report and comment; the reporting function always appears in the results section, while the comment discussion can appear in the reporting section. The results of this research showed that the classroom environment is the leading environment to enhance your skill knowledge, especially your attitude and your manners. The student gets bored because of the teaching styles of the teachers. This study focused on how motivated and fun the classroom environment is. If the teachers are good and awesome, then the way he/she teaches motivates the students to learn. The student will succeed and change the stimulated classroom from the boorishness of students to feel protected, contented, and enjoy getting effective teaching strategies.