Title

A comparative study between the use of digital text and printed text on the reading comprehension of grade 11 students of De La Salle Medical Health Sciences Institute

Date of Completion

2020

Document Type

Research Project

Degree Name

Grade 12

Keywords

Reading comprehension

Abstract

The effects of the use of digital text and printed text on the reading comprehension of the students of De La Salle Health Sciences Institute will serve as the dependent variables of this study. The independent variable will be the type of media the respondents will be using in answering the questionnaire. This study will be conducting a case study type questionnaire that will be made by the researchers. The case study format will be used to ensure the proper measurement of the study. In this study, the number of the target sample are 90 students. The questionnaire will contain literary passages and accompanying question that will determine the student’s level of reading comprehension. The results will then be used for t-test. T-test is a type of statistical test that is used to determine if there is a significant difference between two variables. This is a hypothesis testing instrument in which it will help to conclude that there is no significant difference between the use of gadgets and traditional books in terms for reading comprehension of the grade 11 students of De La Salle Medical Health Sciences Institute.

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