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COURSE DESCRIPTION
Research 2 is a 2-unit research subject that deals with the implementation and presentation of the research paper. It is developed to provide students with a chance to acquire skills and concepts inherent in research experience. It is intended to teach the students to be creative, careful, and patient in extracting data from the respondents. The students will practice scientific thinking and learn scientific processes, which may advance them in their educational career. The students are likewise guided through a range of ethical and legal issues and considerations, which should guide them to the proper approach in research. Moreover, the students will be equipped with proper planning and organizing skills in the presentation of their research outputs and communicate their findings.
COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:
1. be acquainted with research tools, methods, ethical, and legal issues in research.
2. acquire proper skills in the development of their research project.
3. reflect critically on the process of research.
4. articulate a significant language appropriate to their research aims and interests.
5. develop a supportive environment for research.
6. learn from cross-disciplinary communication, being familiar with the range of research practices applicable to their field.
7. achieve apposite skill in organizing and presenting their research findings, written and orally.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
The students are required to comply with the following requirements;
a. Regular Class Attendance (on-line and on-ground)
b. Active Class Participation
c. Active Participation in Group Work
d. Quizzes and Graded Recitations
e. Major Examinations
f. Oral Presentation and Oral Examination of the Research Output
g. Submission of the Research Paper

COURSE EVALUATION
Evaluation Criteria for the Thesis (Adopted from International University of Japan)

Areas Criteria 4 3 2 1

Method or Procedure Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Research
Reading
Critical Analysis of Literature and/or Data Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Argument
Presentation of Information and/or Data Mechanics
Expression
Structure
Unity
Oral Defense Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Legend: 4 High Distinction; 3 distinction; 2 passed; 1 failed

COURSE REFERENCES

Aquino, Gaudencio V. Fundamentals of Research. (Quezon City: Publishers Inc. Philippine Printing Press) 1992.

Catane, Juliet A. Conducting Research: A Practical Application, Revised Edition. (Quezon City: JMC Press, Inc) 2000.

David, Fely. Understanding and Doing Research: A Handbook for Beginners. (Iloilo City: panorama Printing, Inc.) 2002.


ELECTRONIC SOURCES

www.ehow.com/how_2277596_validate-research-instrument.html

www.wilderdom.com/tools.html

www.experiential-researchers.org/instruments.html

dataanalysisbook.com

herkules.oulu.fi/isbn9514267303/html/x1182.html

members.tripod.com/frede_dast/conseil_a/cueillette.html

LORMA GRADING SYSTEM
Prelim Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Prelim Exam ÷ 3
Midterm Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Midterm Exam ÷3
Final Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Final Exam ÷ 3
Semestral Final Rating = 30% Prelim Grade + 30% Midterm Grade + 40% Final Grade

Class Standing = Written outputs (35%) + Quizzes (35%) + Recitation (25%) + Attendance, both on-ground and on-line (5%)
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Research 2 is a 2-unit research subject that deals with the implementation and presentation of the research paper. It is developed to provide students with a chance to acquire skills and concepts inherent in research experience. It is intended to teach the students to be creative, careful, and patient in extracting data from the respondents. The students will practice scientific thinking and learn scientific processes, which may advance them in their educational career. The students are likewise guided through a range of ethical and legal issues and considerations, which should guide them to the proper approach in research. Moreover, the students will be equipped with proper planning and organizing skills in the presentation of their research outputs and communicate their findings.
COURSE OBJECTIVES
At the end of the semester, the students are expected to:
1. be acquainted with research tools, methods, ethical, and legal issues in research.
2. acquire proper skills in the development of their research project.
3. reflect critically on the process of research.
4. articulate a significant language appropriate to their research aims and interests.
5. develop a supportive environment for research.
6. learn from cross-disciplinary communication, being familiar with the range of research practices applicable to their field.
7. achieve apposite skill in organizing and presenting their research findings, written and orally.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS
The students are required to comply with the following requirements;
a. Regular Class Attendance (on-line and on-ground)
b. Active Class Participation
c. Active Participation in Group Work
d. Quizzes and Graded Recitations
e. Major Examinations
f. Oral Presentation and Oral Examination of the Research Output
g. Submission of the Research Paper

COURSE EVALUATION
Evaluation Criteria for the Thesis (Adopted from International University of Japan)

Areas Criteria 4 3 2 1

Method or Procedure Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Research
Reading
Critical Analysis of Literature and/or Data Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Argument
Presentation of Information and/or Data Mechanics
Expression
Structure
Unity
Oral Defense Focus
Relevance
Coherence
Legend: 4 High Distinction; 3 distinction; 2 passed; 1 failed

COURSE REFERENCES

Aquino, Gaudencio V. Fundamentals of Research. (Quezon City: Publishers Inc. Philippine Printing Press) 1992.

Catane, Juliet A. Conducting Research: A Practical Application, Revised Edition. (Quezon City: JMC Press, Inc) 2000.

David, Fely. Understanding and Doing Research: A Handbook for Beginners. (Iloilo City: panorama Printing, Inc.) 2002.


ELECTRONIC SOURCES

www.ehow.com/how_2277596_validate-research-instrument.html

www.wilderdom.com/tools.html

www.experiential-researchers.org/instruments.html

dataanalysisbook.com

herkules.oulu.fi/isbn9514267303/html/x1182.html

members.tripod.com/frede_dast/conseil_a/cueillette.html

LORMA GRADING SYSTEM
Prelim Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Prelim Exam ÷ 3
Midterm Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Midterm Exam ÷3
Final Grade = Class Standing X 2 + Final Exam ÷ 3
Semestral Final Rating = 30% Prelim Grade + 30% Midterm Grade + 40% Final Grade

Class Standing = Written outputs (35%) + Quizzes (35%) + Recitation (25%) + Attendance, both on-ground and on-line (5%)

 

 

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Session Topics with References

 

 

Objectives

Methodology/Strategies/Techniques

 

 

Evaluation

 

Classroom Activity

Related Learning Experience

1st Week

Hours: 2

 

Getting to know each other, Orientation on the Course Policies and Requirements, Course Outline/Contents

1st Week

Hours: 4

Review of Chapter 1

 

  1.   Introduction

 

  1.   Theoretical/Conceptual Framework,

 

  1.   Paradigm of the Study

 

  1.   Statement of the Problem

 

  1.   Hypothesis

 

 

 

 

 

 

After 6 hours of reviewing the concepts of Chapter I of the Research paper, the students should be able to:

  1.    recall the proper way of writing the introduction;
  2.    improve the previously prepared introduction;
  3.    develop a better theoretical and conceptual framework;
  4.    synthesize the need to improve the statement of the problem; and
  5.    make the necessary revision of the hypothesis considering any corrections of the statement of the problem.

Provided with a hard copy of the research proposal:

 

-   brainstorming on the different parts of Chapter I.

 

-   exchange of information and idea on the sub-parts of Chapter I

Library works – strengthen Chapter I by looking for more substantial literatures and studies to support the framework of the study.

Graded recitation

 

Graded written, revised Chapter I using the following criteria:

Focus 25%

Relevance 25%

Coherence 25%

Argument 25%

 

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