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Language Program Learning Skills Assessment of Junior Highschool Students
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ELOISA C. GABRIEL, MAEd College of Education, Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology San Isidro Campus, San Isidro, Nueva Ecija, Philippines


This study aimed to determine the students' English language class program assessment based on developing their skills through their learning experiences. The study's participants were fifty-five junior high school students enrolled at Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology during the SY 2017-2018. A modified survey questionnaire based on Peacock's (2009) evaluation model was utilized in the study, applying the 4-point Likert scale. The data analysis used Frequencies, Percentages, and Weighted Mean. The study's findings revealed that respondents agreed that developing their macro skills and vocabulary is given importance. Also, grammar and fluency development is prioritized, as respondents agreed. Students experience using English in real-life situations. However, when it comes to developing their speaking and writing skills, students disagree that they did not improve in these areas. They also disagreed that they have difficulty learning English, particularly new vocabulary. It was concluded that the English program adheres to K-12 Curriculum Guide in English.

Key Words:English Language Class, Student’s Assessment, Learning Skills, and Language Program.

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