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Metacognitive Skills of Grade 10 Students



Julie-Ann S. Legaspi and Noel G. Benavides, 2024. Metacognitive Skills of Grade 10 Students. United International Journal for Research & Technology (UIJRT). 5(7), pp359-374.


This study aimed to assess the metacognitive skills of the Grade 10 students in Matnog District Division of Sorsogon Province for school year 2022-2023. It employed a descriptive-survey method of research which involved the 150 Grade 10 students from the different secondary schools in Matnog District. Also, an instrument was used in gathering the primary data in which the statistical tools utilized were frequency, percentage, and weighted mean. It was revealed that majority of the study spent 6 hours and below in studying, doing household chores, and engaging in entertainment. However, they slept for 7 hours and above. The students who studied, done household chores, and engaged in entertainment for 7 hours and above are very much so in their metacognitive skills along cognitive strategy, planning, and self-checking. On the other hand, the students engaged in entertainment for 4 to 6 hours are very much so aware of their metacognitive skills.

Keywords: awareness, cognitive strategy, metacognitive, planning, self-checking

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