Investigating the Role of Digital Storytelling in Enhancing Reading Comprehension of Senior High School Students in the Philippines

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Charisse Kresyl C. Cantago, Charry A. Lanas, Kim M. Travero Lloyd Matthew C. Derasin

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The study focused on the Role of Digital Storytelling in Enhancing Reading Comprehension of Senior High School Students in the Philippines. This study will utilize a quasi-experimental approach using the pretest-posttest design. The respondents of this study will be the Senior High School Students of Salawagan National High School, Salawagan, Quezon, Bukidnon. Moreover, the researcher the research instrument of the study is the 60-item Reading Comprehension test adopted from the study of Rabin Joy Munsod-Fernandez (2021). Moreover, The following conclusions were drawn from the findings of the present study: (1) the digital storytelling technique was effective in enhancing reading comprehension skills; (2) there is a positive and significant influence of digital storytelling on students’ reading comprehension skills; (3) the digital storytelling technique increased students’ participation in classroom activities; (4) the digital storytelling technique increased the interaction between the students and the teacher; (5) the digital storytelling technique added positive, interesting, motivational atmosphere to the classroom.

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