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TRANSITIONS IN TEACHING STRATEGIES OF HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY
TEACHERS: A GROUNDED THEORY APPROACH

Mark Joseph C. Diaz
Jerah Mae G. Gilos
Kenneth P. Guilan
Nerissa E. Sorolla

Chapter 1
Introduction to the Study

Chapter One has five parts: (1) Background and Theoretical Framework of the Study, (2) Statement of the Problem, (3) Significance of the Study (4) Definition of Terms, and (5) Scope and Delimitation of the Study. Part One, Background and Theoretical Framework of the Study, justifies the need for the investigation, describes the origin of the study, discusses the importance of selecting the problem, and the reason for conducting it. Part Two, Statement of the Problem, presents the purpose and enumerates the problems
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Teachers are born to carry out the unique gifts of styles and strategies God has given them. Teachers personally vary from one another. Teaching strategy used for a class also work with other classes, thus, strategies are utilized to cater to the strengths and weaknesses of the learner. Strategies vary because of the differences in learner’s needs and characteristics. Nowadays, people and students perceive that Biology is one of the toughest, uninteresting and confusing subjects. Most people define Biology as the study of all living. It tackles the existence, importance and processes that involve life as an existing form. Biology examines the structure, function, growth, origin, evolution, distribution and classification of living things. Five unifying principles form the foundation of modern biology: cell theory, evolution, gene theory, energy, and homeostasis. Traditionally, the specialized disciplines of biology are grouped by the type of organism being studied: botany, the study of plants; zoology, the study of animals; and microbiology, the study of microorganisms (Cecile Tagart, 2007). Institutions of higher learning across the nation are responding to political, economic, social and technological pressures to be more responsive to students' needs and more concerned about how well students are prepared to assume future societal roles. The faculty is already feeling the pressure to lecture less, to make learning environments more

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