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Practical

Research 2
July 8-9, 2018
Review: Q&A
• The teacher will draw lot three (3) names
of students who would have a chance to
ask own question from the previous
lesson.
• Names of students to answer would be
also drawn.
Word of the Day:
Word of the Day:
• Research is composed of two words, “re”
and “search”.
• ‘Re” is a prefix which means again, anew
or over again.
• “Search” is a verb meaning to examine
closely and carefully, to test and dry or to
probe or to study thoroughly.
Word of the Day:
• Together they form a noun describing field
of knowledge, undertaken to establish
facts or principles.
• Research is the primary research of
knowledge. It aims to develop new
knowledge and apply scientific and
engineering principles to connect the
knowledge in one field to that in other.
Activity:
Name that Research!
• Each group shall give one (1) example of
quantitative research topic from the
following different fields of studies.
1. Economics
2. Education
3. Accounting
4. Management
5. Marketing
The Research Topic
 First and vital steps in research
 Sets the direction of a research project.
 A research topic may stem from an idea,
problem or issue that evokes you
personal curiosity or interest.
 According to Creswell (2014), research
topic is “the issue or problem leading
to the need for the research
Differentiation of Research Topic
and Research Question
Research Topic Research
o General idea issue or Question
problem being o A specific question
considered for intended to be
investigation. answered through
research.
o Usually developed
from the research
topic.
Sources of Research Topics
1. Personal Sources
 Personal experience
 Influenced by the individuals’ perspectives,
inclinations and values.
Sources of Research Topics
1. Personal Sources
 Example: If you spend long hours driving
through heavy traffic everyday, you might
be inclined to do research on the actual
and potential impacts of different traffic
reduction schemes.
 Through this, you may choose to explore
the effects of number coding, reducing the
nuber of buses, phasing out of jeepneys
and other schemes.
Sources of Research Topics
1. Nonscholarly Sources
 Include newspaper, magazines, radio,
television and Internet sources
 Provides the researchers information on
current affairs and political, social
economic or cultural issues.
 Internet Sources – feature articles of
topics beyond mainstream print and
broadcast media.
Sources of Research Topics
1. Scholarly Sources
 Includes journal articles, books, research
papers and documents written by
academics, professionals and research
organizations.
 Those found through Google Scholar,
Proquest, Medeley, Ebscohost
Sources of Research Topics
1. Scholarly Sources
 Includes journal articles, books, research
papers and documents written by
academics, professionals and research
organizations.
 Those found through Google Scholar,
Proquest, Medeley, Ebscohost
Selecting the Research Topic
Criteria:
1. Something new or different from what has already been
written about
2. Original
3. Significant to the field of study or discipline
4. Necessarily arouse intellectual curiosity
5. Researcher’s interest and researcher must be with the
topic
6. Modest one for a beginner to be carried on within a
limited period of time.
Selecting the Research Topic
Criteria:
7. Clear not ambiguous
8. Specific not general
9. Consider the training and personal qualifications of the
researcher
10. Availability of data involved in the study and the methods
and techniques to be employed in gathering them
11. Availability of effective instruments for gathering the data
and their treatment
12. The financial capacity of the researcher to support the
project.
13. Time factor involved in the undertaking
REVIEW: FISHBOWL
 The teacher will draw lot five (5) names of
students who would answer review
questions.
 Each question will be drawn in the fishbowl.
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
1. The title must contain the following elements;
a. Aim (Purpose)
b. Topic (Subject Matter)
c. Place (Locale)
d. Period
e. Population or Respondents

* If the title becomes too long because of theses elements,


the timeframe or period may be omitted except in
evaluation studies
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
Answer the following questions.
a. Aim – Why do I want to conduct this study?
b. Topic – What do I want to study about?
c. Place – Where do I conduct the study?
d. Period – How long will it take to finish the study
e. Population – From whom will my data come from or be
collected?
The Elements of Research Title
Sample Research Title:
“Problems Met by Science and Mathematics Teachers in
Public High Schools in NCR for the School Year 2005-2006
to School Year 2010-2011”
Aim: ______________________________________________
Topic: _____________________________________________
Place: _____________________________________________
Period: ____________________________________________
Population: _________________________________________
The Elements of Research Title
Sample Research Title:
“Problems Met by Science and Mathematics Teachers in
Public High Schools in NCR for the School Year 2005-2006
to School Year 2010-2011”
Aim: To determine the problems met by Science and Math teachers
Topic: Science and Math teaching and learning
Place: Public Schools in NCR
Period: Seven Years
Population: Students, Teachers, and School Administrators
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
Sample Research Titles:
1. “Higher Order Thinking Skills in Reading of Freshmen in
University of Northern Philippines, Academic Year 2015-
2016”
2. “Level of Acceptability of Worksheets for Film-Clippings
by the Teachers of English in University of Antique,
Academic Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
2. The title must be broad enough to include all aspects
of the study but should be brief and concise as
possible.
Sample Research Titles:
“Pinay Single Mom: Paghanga o Pagkutya? A Multi-
Case Study on the Lives an Experiences of the Solo
Parents in Zamboanga City”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
3. The use of terms as “Analysis of”, “A Study of “,
“An Investigation of” and the like should be
avoided.
Sample Research Titles:
“Level of Availability of the Tracing Guide for Children
with Cerebral Palsy by the Special Education Teachers
in the Division of Pampanga, School Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
4. If the title contains more than one line, it should be
written in inverted pyramid
Sample Research Titles:
“Level of Availability of the Tracing Guide
for Children with Cerebral Palsy
by the Special Education Teachers
in the Division of Pampanga,
School Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
5. When typed or encoded in the title page, all words in
the title should be in capital letters.
Sample Research Titles:
“Level of Availability of the Tracing Guide
for Children with Cerebral Palsy
by the Special Education Teachers
in the Division of Pampanga,
School Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
5. When typed or encoded in the title page, all words in
the title should be in capital letters.

Sample Research Titles:


“Level of Availability of the Tracing Guide
for Children with Cerebral Palsy
by the Special Education Teachers
in the Division of Pampanga,
School Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
6. If possible, the title should not be longer than 15
substantive words.

Sample Research Titles:


“Level of Availability of the Tracing Guide
for Children with Cerebral Palsy
by the Special Education Teachers
in the Division of Pampanga,
School Year 2015-2016”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
7. Avoid a long, detailed title that gives too much
information.

Sample Research Title:


“Establishment of Jackfruit Tea Processing Plant in
Barangay Bantayan, Tabaco, Albay”
Selected Guidelines in
Formulation of a Research Title
8. To shorten the title, delete the terms “assessment” or
“evaluation” if these are already emphasized in the
text.

Sample Research Title:


“Awareness on Traffic Rules and Regulations
of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association
in Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City Year 2015”
Characteristics of a Good Title
1. Gives readers information about the contents of the
research and is preferable to one that is vague or
general.

Sample Research Title:


“Life’s Adjustments of Yolanda Victims in Tacloban City”
Characteristics of a Good Title
2. Do not need to be stuffy or dull but should generally
give readers some idea at the outset of what the
research paper will contain

Sample Research Title:


“Magkapatid na Parang Aso’t Pusa: Magkasundi pa Kaya? A
Multi-Case Study on Siblings with Rivalry in San Jose,
Mindoro Occidental ”
Characteristics of a Good Title
3. Has phrase rather than a complete sentence

Sample Research Title:


“Life’s Adjustment of Yolanda Victims in Tacloban City”
Characteristics of a Good Title
4. Straightforward title over other kinds

Sample Research Title:


“Life’s Adjustment of Yolanda Victims in Tacloban City”
Characteristics of a Good Title
5. No punctuation at the end

Sample Research Title:


“Life’s Adjustment of Yolanda Victims in Tacloban City”
Characteristics of a Good Title
6. Italics rather than underline

Sample Research Title:


“Life’s Adjustment of Yolanda Victims in Tacloban City”
ACTIVITY
Identify the elements of research title in the given example.
Sample Research Title:
“Awareness on Traffic Rules and Regulations
of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association
in Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City Year 2015”

Aim: ______________________________________________
Topic: _____________________________________________
Place: _____________________________________________
Period: ____________________________________________
Population: _________________________________________
ACTIVITY
Sample Research Title:
“Awareness on Traffic Rules and Regulations
of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association
in Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City Year 2015”

Aim: To determine the level of awareness of tricycle operators and


drivers on traffic rules and regulations
Topic: Traffic rules and regulations
Place: Brgy. Cuiliat, Quezon City
Period: 1 year, year 2015
Population: Tricycle operatiors and drivers association
ACTIVITY
Identify the elements of research title in the given example.
Sample Research Title:
“Awareness on Traffic Rules and Regulations
of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association
in Brgy. Culiat, Quezon City Year 2015”

Aim: ______________________________________________
Topic: _____________________________________________
Place: _____________________________________________
Period: ____________________________________________
Population: _________________________________________
Summary | Generalization
One Word Splash

• On the board, write down one word to sum up our


lesson regarding:
a. Research Topic
b. Research Title.
Assignment
Research about the Introduction and Background
of the Study.