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Prepared By :

MELOR @ FATIHAH BINTI HAMZAH NORHUDA BINTI AZMAN SOFIAH BINTI HASHIM NORFASIHA BINTI SAHLAN
2011695464 2011890046 2011890434 2011236498

Summary The Problem of Learning Mathematics in English among year 4 students in rural schools. 40 year 4 students. Main factors identified. Organize a motivational programme.

Acknowledgement

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page Preface Acknowledgement Table of Content List of Figures INTRODUCTION 1 . 1 Background 1 . 2 Terms of reference 1 . 3 Problem statement 1 . 4 Purpose 1 . 5 Scope 1 . 5 Methodology 1 . 6 Data Analysis

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FINDINGS Respondents Background 2 . 1 . 1 Gender of Respondents 2 . 1 . 2 Race of Respondents 2 . 1 . 3 Number of Respondent s Siblings 2 . 1 . 4 Father s Occupation 2 . 1 . 5 Mother s Occupation 2 . 1 . 6 Guardian High Educational Attainment 2 . 1 . 7 Level of Student Achievement 2 . 2 Factors Why Year Four Pupils Unable to Achieve Excellent Result in Mathematics .

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CONCLUSIONS RECOMMENDATIONS References Appendices Sampleofquestionnaire TabulationsofData

List of Illustratio n : Race of Respondents 1.Table 2.1.1 : Gender of Respondents 2. Figure 2.1.2
3.Table 2.1.3 4. Figure 2.1.4 5. Figure 2.1.5 6. Figure 2.1.6 Attainment 7.Figure 2.1.7 Mathematics

: Number of Respondents Siblings : Fathers Occupation : Mothers Occupation : Guardian High Educational : Level of StudentsAchievement in

Examination 8.Figure 2.2 :Factors Why Year Four Pupils Excellent Results. Unable to Achieve

BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY


Mathematics is important subject Develop calculation skill Student achievement-big worry 94% of our students is at 'quartiles below

Term of Reference
April 2011 Ask by Mr Hui Lua Peng 25 th June 2011 submitted
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Problem Statement

Purpose
Investigate the reason Identify the internal factors Improving teaching techniques Examine appropriateness of syllabus content

Scope
Investigate the factors. Those who obtained 60 marks and above involved.

Methodology
40 students Likert Scale questionnaire Interview Interpret to bar chart

Data Analysis
Five scale Data Analysis using MS Excell

Findings

Table 2.1.1: Distribution of respondents by gender


Gender Boys Girls Total Frequency 21 19 40 Percentage (%) 52.5 47.5 100

Fig 2 . 1 . 2 : Distribution of respondents by race

Table 2.1.3: Number of Siblings


NumberofSiblings Frequency 1-2persons 3-4persons 5andabove Total 11 20 9 40 Percentage(%) 27.5 50 22.5 100

Fig 2.1.4: Distribution of Fathers Occupation

Fig 2 . 1 . 5 : Distribution of Mother s Occupation

Fig 2 . 1 . 6 : Distribution of guardian

education level

Fig 2.1.6: Distribution of year four students achievement in school based examination

Figure 2.2: Distribution of Factors Why Pupils Unable to Achieve Excellent Result in Mathematics.

Environmental Factor
School administrator provides various activities. Concerned with teaching and learning style. Parent provide text book and reference book. Parent encourage pupils to learn Mathematics.

Syllabus content
awareofthetopictaught year4syllabusmuchwiderbutskill remainsame lessontaughtinyear4more interesting

Individual Attitude

Teaching Technique

Conclusion
vIndividual attitude vTeaching techniques vUpset student refuse to memorize the formula vNot interested to learn Mathematics

Recommendation
School-Motivational programmed School provides remedial program among students Teacher need to apply value Attractive and relevant teaching aids. Visit High Performance School

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