September 01, 2020
This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of English Remedial Instruction in Negros Oriental State University Bayawan-Sta. Catalina Campus (NORSU BSC). The respondents were English Plus freshmen students. The research is descriptive and correlational in natur. The statistical tools utilized are frequency distribution, percentage, Pearson r (Pearson product moment correlation coefficient), repeated measure design (pretest and posttest) and weighted mean. The study revealed that majority are males with average grade in secondary school English IV at satisfactory level, whose parents’ educational qualification are at the elementary level, with monthly family income at the poverty threshold. It also showed that the students obtained an average proficiency level in English language as revealed in the posttest. There was also a significant difference on the results of the pretest and the posttest to the students’ English language proficiency level and a significant relationship was found between students’ English language proficiency level and their profile in terms of secondary school English IV grade and sex. Lastly, factors specifically oral communication in English, communicating in written English, and exposure to English language had moderate influence to the students’ English language proficiency level.
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