Effects of academic coaching on the writing skills of grade 7 students
Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education
Dept of English and Applied Linguistics
The study was conducted to gauge the effects of academic coaching on the writing skills of students measured by 6+1 Writing Traits Model, and to determine student perception on academic coaching. Thirty Grade 7 students from a public high school were coached using the researcher-designed Talk-Examine-Commit-Clarify (TECC) Coaching Model. the study used Pre- and Posttests Writing Prompts, 6+1 Writing Traits Rubric, Pre- and Post-Coaching Survey for Students, and Student Coaching Profile. Results of the repeated measures t-test revealed that academic coaching significantly affects students' writing skills; it improves Conventions, Sentence Fluency, Organization, Voice, Presentation, Ideas, and Word Choice; it is received positively by students; and it can be replicated in public schools. This study recommends that teachers organize academic coaching as a co-curricular program to their existing English subjects and researchers conduct studies to validate the effects of the researcher-designed academic coaching model.
Flores, G. L., & Metila, R. A. (2022). Effects of academic coaching on the writing skills of grade 7 students. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/5270
Composition (Language arts); Tutors and tutoring