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A Research Paper
Presented to the College of Arts and Sciences
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for the Course
English 20 – Language Research
Cupidlyn Banoyo
Kim James Basanta
Beverly Mae Gorre
Glezel Hansol
Maesheen Mampawa
Bill Clinton Pore
Geomary Quebuen
Rose Ann Rebelleza
Aimee Saudoc
Kathleen Mae Margarette Tampipi

September 2012

Abstract (Use Times New Roman 12) (Abstract . 10% 3.. your own words) Method (Method ... 4..Statement of the hypotheses [research problems] for the research and a review of other research on the topic. A paragraph length description of what the study includes. Title of table (this is a sample only) Questions 5 1. paragraph form.. your own words) Introduction (Introduction. such as: ◊ Who are the participants ◊ Design of the study ◊ What the participants did ◊ What measures were used [like percentage]) Paragraph form..A description of how the research was conducted. include tables in this section for organized presentation of the results) Table 1. 5.The results section describes the outcomes of the measures of the study. your own words Results and Discussion (Results.. 50% 2.. Total 4 25% 3 2 1 0% .

year).To get the percentage (%) : number of respondents who answered divided by the total/overall number of respondents times 100 (x 100). there should be 5 discussions/interpretations) Conclusions (conclusions must be based on the results.) The table shows that _____ % of the respondents answered _____. Cadalo explains that… (2015). your own words) . OR According to Cadalo. your own words) Recommendations (recommendations must be based on the conclusions. (Discussion. Always support the result/s with citation/s from previous research/es (surname.. (If there are 5 questions.The discussion section contains the interpretations and implications [implication = possible future effect or result] of the study. … (2015)..

will contain citation information on the material cited in the report. Retrieved (August.A references. & Kosonen. Principles and methods of 275 and 227 Ariola. Mother tongue first. or bibliography. Pp. (2009). M. Books Atbp.) Abao. Alegre. (June. et al (2009).. A.. Mother tongue as bridge language of instruction: policies and experiences in Southeast Manila. Retrieved (August. R. Statistics. Retrieved (August. Canlas.sil.References (References. Mandaluyong City.. K. 2012). F. Sampaloc. Conde.. (2006). Duterte: No need to implement K-12 program... Z. Barangka Drive.htm Benson.L. 67 and 115 .seameo. Publishing Corp. Philippines. Pp. (2012). C. H. A. M. Philippines. Rex Book Store..sunstar. 2012) from www. 2012) from www.php? option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=63&Itemid=156 . Inc. Buenaseda. 2012) from www.63k Calino IV.

Appendix A (Questionnaire) .

including the name and other necessary details) .Appendix A-1 (Questionnaire answered by Respondent 1.

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Appendix B (Transcription of the Audio-Recorded Interviews with the Teachers) .

Appendix C (and so on) (if there are more appendices that need to be included in the study) .

and most of the respondents in the private schools are not used to teaching with mother tongue.” Negative: “I find it hard because the program on the usage of mother tongue is new.” Negative: “Not all the respondents were approachable.” Members (if you have members) Name: Kim James Surname Age: 20 Address: Course and Year: AB English-4 Personal views on the study Positive: “This study will enhance the self-esteem of the pupils since they can freely express their ideas with the use of their mother tongue.” .Authors’ Notes Name: Cupidlyn Banoyo Age: 29 Address: Course and Year: AB English-4 Personal views on the study: Positive: “The study made me avoid procrastination.