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SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN PRACTICAL RESEARCH I

DEMONSTRATION TEACHING
School:
Bataan National High School Department of Education Quarter:
Week: 1
Roman Super Highway Balanga Region III – Central Luzon I
City, Bataan D.M. Government Center,
Subject: PRACTICAL Maimpis, City of San Fernando, Date:
Semester:
RESEARCH 1 Pampanga April 11,
2nd
Code: CS_RS11-IIIa-3 2017

I. Objectives:
Describes characteristics, processes, and ethics of research (CS_RS11-IIIa-3)
- enumerate and describe the characteristics of research;
- explain the different processes of research; and
- discuss the ethics of research

II. Subject Matter:


A. Topic: Nature of Inquiry and Research

B. Materials: envelopes, construction paper, pictures, laptop, projector

C. Reference: K to 12 Lesson Guides in SHS Grade 11; Practical Research I by:


Ester L. Baraceros, pp. 8-17

III. Procedure:
A. Daily Routine
i. Prayer
ii. Energizer
iii. Checking of Attendance
iv. Checking of Assignment
v. Overview of the topic to be discussed

B. Review
Game
Complete the statement that describes the importance of research based on
the following pictures.

C. Motivation

Fact or Bluff:
Instruction: Analyze and identify the following characteristics, processes, and
ethics of research as Fact or Bluff.

1. The first step in the process is to identify a problem or develop a research question.
2. Data can be collected in the form of words on a survey, with a questionnaire, through
observations, or from the literature.
3. A good research must deal with mere opinions arising from assumptions.
4. A research must give correct and accurate data.
5. A research can also take place in a disorganized manner.
6. A researcher can use unpublished data, methods, or results even without permission.
7. Honestly report data, results, methods and procedures, and publication status.
8. An effective researcher must not accept criticism and new ideas.
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Answer:

1. Fact 5. Bluff
2. Fact 6. Bluff
3. Bluff 7. Fact
4. Fact 8. Bluff

D. Lesson Proper
The class will be divided into three groups. Each group will receive
envelope with written instruction and materials inside it.

Envelope # 1: Fix then Post


Arrange the letters inside the envelope to form the six words and then
match them with their meanings flash on the screen.

Words inside the Flash on the Screen:


envelope:
1. It must give correct or accurate data, which the footnotes,
1. RCYAUCCA notes, and bibliographical entries should honestly and
2. SSENEVITCEJBO appropriately documented or acknowledged.
3. LIIMETSNESS 2. It must deal with facts, not with mere opinions arising from
4. EEERLAVNC assumptions, generalizations, predictions, or conclusions.
5. ARCLTYI 3. It must work on a topic that is fresh, new, and interesting to
6. STMYATIESC the present society.
4. Its topic must be instrumental in improving society or in solving
problems affecting the lives of people in a community.
5. It must succeed in expressing its central point or discoveries by
Answer: using simple, direct, concise and correct language.
6. It must take place in an organized or orderly manner.
1. ACCURACY
2. OBJECTIVENESS
3. TIMELINESS
4. RELEVANCE
5. CLARITY
6. SYSTEMATIC
S

Envelope # 2: #Complete Me

Complete the table by simply arranging the following steps according to research
process. Justify your answer.
Steps Process
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Answer:
3

1. Formulate your question


2. Get background information
3. Refine your search topic
4. Consider your resource options
5. Select the appropriate tool
6. Use the tool
7. Locate your materials
8. Analyze your materials
9. Organize and write
10. Compose your bibliography

Envelope # 3: Case Closed

Read the scenarios carefully and identify the ethical practices involved
1. A teacher in a public school is conducting a research about the effects of social media in
the behavior of the students. During his research, he makes sure that all the data, results,
methods, and procedures are correct to avoid or minimize bias he also keeps a record of
all research activities. And also as promised, he maintained the confidentiality of his
respondents. What are the good/ethical practices he observed?
2. There is a writer who copied his articles from another writer without the latter’s
permission. In close investigation, the former had other violations as well such as not
citing references of his work, bias presentation of data, favoring one group of data over
the other, use of logos without permission from their owners, and promoting his interests
while putting in disadvantage then less favored group. Also, when he’s asked to show
further results and resources used in his research, he is not hesitant to show. What are the
ethical practices do you think the former writer violated?

Note: The teacher will process the activity and give some inputs every after activity.

Generalization: Describe the characteristics, processes, and ethics of research?


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IV. EVALUATION
True or False. Then explain your answer.
1. The first step in the process is to identify a problem or develop a research
question.
2. Data can be collected in the form of words on a survey, with a questionnaire,
through observations, or from the literature.
3. A good research must deal with mere opinions arising from assumptions.
4. A research must give correct and accurate data.
5. A research can also take place in a disorganized manner.

V. ASSIGNMENT
Search for the differences of quantitative and qualitative research.

Prepared by:

_______________________
JUDITH P. SANTIAGO
SHS Teacher - III

Checked and Observed by:

_______________________
AGNES R. BERNANDO, Ph. D
EPS / Division of Bulacan

Noted:

________________________
DR. ELIZABETH M. PERFECTO
Chief, CLMD RIII