Hi everybody thanks for coming! We come from class 2a07. I’m H and this is L.
You know, part-time is becoming more and more common in the students’ society. I’m sure a lot of us here is having a part-time job now or used to have in the past. Therefore we carried out a research on this hot issue and got some interesting findings. We would like to share it with you in our presentation. Our presentation content will be divided in two parts: Attitude of Family and Friends and Impact of part-time job on students’ academic performance. Our talk will last about 12 mins so if you have any questions we’ll be happy to answer them when we finish talking.
First, let us introduce to you our method of collecting data. We decided to use multiple choice questionnaires for its simplicity and popularity. We delivered 70 questionnaires randomly to second-year English majors of Hanu and got back 50 appropriate responses.
The data we collected gave us valuable findings. Now I’d like invite L to share with you. Welcome.
You’ve just listened to L talking about Attitude of Students’ Family and Friends towards part-time jobs. Now let’s discuss specifically the impacts of part-time jobs on students’ academic performance regarding two types of jobs: English related and English- unrelated.
This chart shows us the percentage of the academic results that the students get when working part-time in two sorts of job. As described from the chart, the percentage of higher, same and lower scores which students with English-related job receive are 50%, 34%, 16% respectively and students doing English-unrelated job are 30%, 36% and 34% respectively.
From the statistic we can see that in general, English-related jobs tend to heighten students’ performance in their study, only 16% said that their jobs hurt their study. But hardly anything can be inferred from the statistic for English-unrelated jobs as the percentage of higher, same and lower scores which students receive are not greatly...