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Session 2C

:
Reporting and Sharing
Findings
SHS Mass Training of Teachers, Practical Research 2
Understanding Data and Ways to Systematically Collect
Standards and Competencies
Data

Content Standards: The learner Performance Standards: The learner is
demonstrates understanding of: able to: (a) form logical conclusions ; (b)
(1) guidelines in making make recommendations based on
conclusions and conclusions; (c) write and present clear
recommendations; (2) the report; and (d) execute best design
techniques in listing
references; (3) the process of
report writing; and (4) the
selection criteria and process of
best design.

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Understanding Data and Ways to Systematically Collect
Standards and Competencies
Data

Learning Competencies
The learner…
1. draws conclusions from research 4. finalizes and presents best design;
findings; and
2. formulates recommendations 5. presents research workbook
describes intervention (if
applicable);
3. lists references ;
4. presents written research report;
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Chapter
Content
Chapter V
CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS

REFERENCES
The portion that gives meaning to your research
and your results.
The objective of the Conclusion section is to
examine the results, determine whether they solve
the research question, compare them within
themselves and to other results (from literature),
explain and interpret them, and then draw
conclusions or derive generalizations, and make
recommendations for applying the results or for
Conclusion further research (Wilkinson, 1991:327).
In writing this section,
 Interpret and summarize the findings.
 Revisit research questions and craft conclusion. State
answers to research questions following their sequence.
 Relate the conclusions to the research questions.
 Limit the conclusions to the data presented
 Be objective.
 Avoid exaggerating or manipulating data to prove your
point.
 Present answers as general statements of findings.
Conclusion  Do not include related literature.
In writing this section,
 Write recommendations for beneficiaries of results of
study cited in Significance of Study.
 Look at limitations of study, in scope, sample,
instruments, intervention implementation and adequacy,
and data collection.
 Give suggestions on how to improve the study based on
the limitations.
 Include areas for future research and give at least one
example.
Recomme
ndation
Organize the parts of your research report based
on the standard research-report structure that
consists of the sequential components:
Title
Abstract
Introduction
Methodology
Results or Findings
Research Conclusion
Recommendations
Report
References
Writing Appendices
Familiarize yourself with the language of academic
writing.
Observe the mechanics of research-report writing
which are as follows:
a. Physical Appearance
b. Quotations (block quotation)
c. Footnotes
d. Statistics and Graphs
Research e. Final Draft
Report Consider the research-report writing styles or
Writing format.
WORKSHOP, CHAPTER FIVE

CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS