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Acknowledgement

The research becomes a reality with the kind support and help of many
individuals. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to all of them.

Foremost, we want to offer this endeavor to God almighty to the wisdom


he bestowal upon us, the strength, peace of our mind and good health in order to
finish this research.

We would like to express our gratitude towards our family for the
encouragement which helped us in the completion of this paper. The product of
this research would not be possible without them.

We also thank our respondents for giving us the opportunity to do the


interview. Without them, our research is nothing.

To our members, Buraga, Saimon; Cayetano, Bernard Joseph; Coralde,


Gerald; Delos Reyes, Winson; Mungcal, Charles; Pangilinan, Sophia Kaye;
Pontevedra, Cedrick; Serbito, Kaye Anne and to our friends, we appreciate the
support and help that they have given. We thank you for motivating us until end.

We would like to thank Ms. Ma. Alia Reesa De Vera for correcting our
mistakes in our first manuscript and advice on how we understand our research
well.

Finally, to our research adviser, Ms. Joyce Ann Lopez, LPT for her
guidance that helped us to make this research paper possible.

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Certificate of Originality

The researchers hereby declare that this thesis is our own work to the best of our
knowledge and belief. It contains no material that previous published or written by
another person nor material to which to a substantial extent has been accepted for
award of any other degree or diploma of other university or other institute of higher
learning, except where due acknowledgement is made in the text.

The researchers also state that the intellectual content of this thesis is a product of
our work, even though we may have received assistance from others on style,
presentation, and language expression.

Sophia Kaye P. Pangilinan

Principal Investigator

Members:

Saimon C. Buraga

Bernard Joseph B. Cayetano

Gerald T. Coralde

Winson A. Delos Reyes

Charles Piolo T. Mungcal

Cedrick P. Pontevedra

Kaye Anne Serbito

Ms. Joyce Ann Lopez, LPT

Adviser

Date: March 23, 2019


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Endorsement

This thesis titled "Coordination Strategy as an Effective Psychomotor Approach


for Left-handed Senior High School Students" has been prepared by Sophia Kaye
P. Pangilinan et al. of section BE - STEM 11-18, in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for their Research Project subject. It has been examined and is now
recommended for Oral Examination.

This is to certify that Sophia Kaye P. Pangilinan et al. are ready for the Oral
Examination.

Ms. Joyce Ann Lopez, LPT

Adviser

This is to certify that the thesis: “Coordination Strategy as an Effective


Psychomotor Approach for Left-handed Senior High School Students,” prepared
and submitted by Sophia Kaye P. Pangilinan et al. of section BE - STEM 11-18,
is recommended for Oral Examination.

Ms. Ma. Alia Reesa De Vera

Chair

Dr. Ernesto Guevarra

Head of Biology Department

Biology Department

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Abstract

The study aimed to have a greater understanding of the lived experiences


of Senior High School students from Our Lady of Fatima University who are left-
hand dominant when they are performing psychomotor activities. 10 participants
were selected from the local community of Our Lady of Fatima University
Valenzuela Campus. Voice recorded interviews were conducted in the school. The
data collected were analyzed by the researchers in a form of sorting the themes
based on the answer of the respondents in the interviewing process. The
researchers also found the factors that affects the students’ performance when they
use their dominant and non-dominant hand and the experiences they have in
learning as a left-handed student.

Keywords: Experiences, Left hand, Dominant, Psychomotor, Non-dominant,


Factors, Learning

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