HomePsychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journalvol. 4 no. 7 (2022)

Enhancing Reading Comprehension of Grade Three Pupils of Quinlogan Elementary School Through Multimedia and Scheme-Based Reading Strategy

Annielia Pader | Jovelyn Paredes | Sylveth Acosta

Discipline: Education



The development of technology like multimedia in education plays an essential role in implementing education to develop the pupil’s learning like reading comprehension. Thus, this study aims to enhance the reading comprehension level of non-reader pupils of grade three in Quinlogan Elementary School using the multimedia and scheme-based reading strategy. Study revealed that this strategy was effective and majority of the respondents were significantly improved their reading comprehension level. Through the learning with integration of multimedia scheme-based reading strategy, students' comprehension level was improved, and it had helped students to develop a better understanding and ideas. Based on the finding of the study, the researcher would recommend teachers should implement multimedia scheme-based reading strategy in enhancing the reading comprehension level.


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