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- Rene Descartes

Research is a process by which

people discover or create new

knowledge about the world in

which they live.

A systematic study or

investigation of something for

the purpose of answering

questions or solving problems for

the improvement of life.

It enables the students to incorporate

and apply scientific concepts learned in

school to real - life scenario.

It provides activities wherein the

students probe areas that, for them,

contain unknowns.

It promotes the development of

valuable skills and attitudes in students

that characterize the research work of

scientists.

The Scientific

Method

Inquiry-based

Learning

Basic Science

Process Skills

Integrated Science

Process Skills

The Scientific

Method

Inquiry-based

Learning

Science Process

Skills

Scientific

Reasoning

Is my study relevant? Does it make sense?

Is there another way of preparing the

samples?

Is the method I used appropriate for my

study?

What other variables could possibly affect

the dependent variable? What will I do to

eliminate or minimize their effects?

What could be the possible reason if the

results does not agree with the hypothesis?

OBSERVING senses

CLASSIFYING

or criteria

future outcome based on pattern of

PREDICTING

evidence; extra/interpolate

Observation:

Inference:

that it will rain

In which glass will the food dye dissolve fastest?

Itis important that the students

are fully equipped with the

Basic Science Process Skills

prior to their gradual exposure

to the complex skills

dependent/independent

Controlling Variables +,- controls

stating how to measure a

Dening Operationally variable in experiment

stating the expected outcome

Formulating Hypothesis of the experiment

Experimenting denitions, errors and biases, interpretation of results

Formulating Models model of a process or event

Purpose Method

BASIC DESCRIPTIVE

APPLIED EXPERIMENTAL

Process Logic

QUANTITATIVE INDUCTIVE

QUALITATIVE DEDUCTIVE

ACCORDING TO PURPOSE

curiosity or interest to solve practical

to search for problems of the

knowledge modern world

expand mans improve the human

knowledge condition

Minimizing the The Effect of

Bad Effects of Global Warming

Global Warming to the

to Rice Production of

Production in Rice in the

the Philippines Philippines

APPLIED BASIC

ACCORDING TO PROCESS

look at cause and explore the depth,

effect and make richness, and

predictions complexity

inherent in the

phenomenon.

analyze and

Tounderstand and

interpret data by

the use of interpret

statistics interactions

Relationship The Production

between of Rice in the

Temperature Philippines for

and Rice the Past 20

Production in Years

the Philippines

QUANTITATIVE QUALITATIVE

ACCORDING TO METHOD

nature of a variable causes or

situation as it determines the

exists at the time values of other

variables.

of the study.

Seekwhat is of Determine what

the data and not will happen when

Why is it so variables are

carefully

manipulated

Super Firming and Shelf

Antibiotics: Life of Tomatoes as

Affected by Alum and

Help or Hazard Lime Treatment

Waste: The True Field in Extending the

Story of Disposal Shelf Life and Potency

of Coconut Water

DESCRIPTIVE EXPERIMENTAL

ACCORDING TO LOGIC

specific, observations to

conclusion follows broader

logically from generalization and

premises theories

Variables

Dependent

Independent (intervention)

Groups

Experimental (treatment)

Control

POSITVECONTROL (standard)

NEGATIVE CONTROL (non-treatment)

Arethose that Shows the

the researchers effect of

have control manipulating or

over which will introducing the

have effect on independent

other variable variable

Independent Variable:

Light

Dependent Variable:

Plant Growth

TheFeasibility of Tubang Bakod (Jatropha

curcas) Seeds as Mosquito Repellant

Independent Variable:

Dependent Variable:

TheInteraction Effects of Soil Cultivation

and Volume of Water on the Number of

Orange Fruit on Carmona Farm

Independent Variable:

Dependent Variable:

Effect of Chemicals on Strength of Ropes

Independent Variable:

Chemicals

Dependent Variable:

Strength of Ropes

Variables that are not measured in a particular

study

eliminated so they will not have a biasing effect

on other variables

Controlled Variable/s:

Type of Plant

Type of Soil

Size of Pot

Amount of water

Frequency of watering

A controlled experiment compares two or

more things but changes only one variable in

the experiment

Group that is exposed to all of

the circumstances of the

experiment but does not get

whatever is being tested or

changed in the experiment.

The group that gets all of the

circumstances of the experiment

plus the one variable being

tested by the experiment.

Level of treatment Level of treatment

that is expected to that is expected to

result in change in result in lack of

the value of the change in the

dependent variable dependent variable

To determine whether

To serve as proof

experimental levels

that the experiment of treatment produce

can produce a a change in the

positive result dependent variable

Informative

Declarative

Moderate Level of Specificity

Variable-Oriented

Process Oriented

Subject-Oriented

Captures the relationship of the identified

variables

Specifies the Scientific Names

Generally less than 15 words

Availability of Data

Funds

Capability of the Writer

Attitude and Interest of the Researcher

Importance of the Issues involved

Availability of Facilities and Instruments

Ethylene Glycol as an Alternative Ripener

to Musa acuminata (AAB) cv. Lantundan

Emphasizing on Physico-chemical

Parameters

Determination of the Relationship Between

the Mass of Iron and the Induced Magnetic

Field

Lead (II)-Binding Capacity of Spiny Lobster

(Panulirus versicolor) Shells

Specifics

One variable at a time

Include preliminary essential

data

REMEMBER: Sub-problems

should be formulated in such

a way that when taken

together WILL ANSWER the

Ethylene Glycol as an Alternative Ripener to Musa

acuminata (AAB) cv. Lantundan Emphasizing on

Physico-chemical Parameters

What is the number of days Musa acuminata cv.

lantundan that are not treated with ethylene glycol to

ripen naturally?

What is the number of days Musa acuminata cv.

lantundan that are treated with ethylene glycol at20%

v/v concentration to ripen artificially?

What are the ripening characteristics Musa acuminata cv.

lantundan that are not treated with ethylene glycol in

terms of weight loss, firmness, color, total soluble solids

(TSS) and pH?

What are the ripening characteristics of Musa acuminata

cv. lantundan that are treated with ethylene glycol at

20% v/v concentration in terms of weight loss, firmness,

color, total soluble solids (TSS) and pH?

Lead(II)-Binding Capacity of Spiny Lobster

(Panulirus versicolor) Shells

the effect of initial Pb2+ concentration on lead

uptake at constant pH temperature, agitation

time, and mass of bioadsorbent.

the effect of the mass of bioadsorbent on lead

uptake at constant pH, temperature, initial Pb2+

concentration, and agitation time.

Inclusion of Methodology as

Sub-problem

Inclusion of researchable

facts

Simplistic restatement of the

main problem

Introduction of another

variable

TIME DAY 1

Input Output

The nature of SIPs

9:00 10:00

Experimental Research Design

10:00 11:00 Activity on Variables/Groups

Problem Conceptualization Group Activity on Problem

11:00 12:00

Conceptualization

Dissecting the Main Problem Group Activity on Sub-problem

1:30 2:00

Formulation

Rationale Vs. Significance of

Activity: Outline of Rationale

2:00 3:00 the Study

and Significance of the Study

Activity on Bibliographic

RRL: Theoretical Background Sources

3:00 5:00 Vs. Related Studies

Activity on Concept Diagrams

of Theoretical Background

DAY 2

TIME

Input Output

Research Methodology: Activity on Sampling Methods

Sample, Materials, Standardizations

Instruments, Procedures, Instrumentations

8:30 10:00

Treatments, Set-up Standard Tests

Significant Figures

Results and Discussion:

10:00 10:30 Procedure + Data + Analysis

Common Qualitative Tools in

10:30-11:00

Data Analysis

11:00 12:00 Hypothesis Testing

Common Statistical Activity on Basic Statistical

1:30 3:00

Treatments in Data Analysis Tools

Consideration and Treatment Activity on the Common

3:00 - 4:00

of Errors Sources of Errors

Formulating Conclusions and

4:00 5:00

Recommendations

Technical Aspects of Writing

Research Reports

Rationale Benefits

Why Process

Essence Nature

Importance Beneficiary

Convincing NO Hyper-

Power extension

EthyleneGlycol as an Alternative Ripener

to Musa acuminata (AAB) cv. Lantundan

Emphasizing on Physico-chemical

Parameters

(Panulirus versicolor) Shells

RRL

The Metaphor of Research as a

Conversation

Theoretical Related

Background Studies

Theoretical Background

Laws, theories, concepts,

processes, practices, methods,

phenomena, constructs

Foundational

Relevance + Importance +

Contribution

NOT a parade of concepts but a

forum of directed arguments

Related Studies

Empirical

Choice of Method

Justifications of Processes

Alteration of Factors or Variable

Major Findings

Recommendations

Confirmatory / Crosschecking

Ethylene and acetylene by the use of calcium

carbide (CaC2) are some of the most

commonly utilized chemicals for inducing

ripening in fruits.2,3

1. FarzanaPanhwar,Post-harvest technology of mango fruits,

its development, physiology, pathology and marketing in

Pakistan, (2009): 1-35.

2. William B. McGlasson, Herbert C. Dostal, Edward C.

Tigchelaar,Comparison of Propylene-induced Responses of

Immature Fruit of Normal and rin Mutant Tomatoes

Department of Horticulture, Purdue University,West

Lafayette, Indiana 47907 (1974):218-222

3. Suman, Singal, Madan, Kumud,

Seema,Thakral,Application of apple as ripening agent for

bananaIndian Journal of Natural Products and Resources

Ethylene and acetylene by the use of

calcium carbide (CaC2) are some of the

most commonly utilized chemicals for

inducing ripening in fruits (McGlasson et

al. 1974 ; Suman et al., 2012).

1. FarzanaPanhwar,Post-harvest technology of mango fruits,

its development, physiology, pathology and marketing in

Pakistan, (2009): 1-35.

2. Suman, Singal, Madan, Kumud,

Seema,Thakral,Application of apple as ripening agent for

bananaIndian Journal of Natural Products and Resources

Vol.3(1)(2012):61-64

3. William B. McGlasson, Herbert C. Dostal, Edward C.

Tigchelaar,Comparison of Propylene-induced Responses of

Mistakes (also known as dh, bb.. Etc.)

Human Errors

Instrumental Limitations

Errors Caused by the Act of Observation

Errors Caused by Extraneous Influences

Errors Caused by Statistical Fluctuations

Errors Due to Use of Unrepresentative

Samples

THE RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Method refers to the

technique with which a data

is collected; it refers to a

series of steps taken to

complete a task or objective

Methodology is a set of

methods for data collection

and analysis

Defining the Problem

Formulation of Hypothesis

Identification of Resources

Instrumentation/Planning of Data

Acquisition

Data Gathering

Organization and Data Anaysis

Interpretation of Data

Formulating Conclusion

Dissemination of Results

Is NOT equivalent to Method

A logical structure of inquiry

Method is not inherent to the design

May be THEORY TESTING (deductive);

abstract towards empirical

Or THEORY BUILDING (inductive);

empirical towards abstract

Problem Data

Conclusio

Method

n

Treatmen

Evidence

t

Insufficient/Incomplete Description of Sample

Incorrect sampling

Inappropriate instrumentations

Simplistic set-up*

Unidentified variables

Unclear/unspecified controls

Recipe-type procedure

Unspecified materials and apparatus

Inability to account/control extraneous

variables*

1,000,000 ASSUMPTIONS

DAY 2

TIME

Input Output

Research Methodology: Activity on Sampling Methods

Sample, Materials, Standardizations

Instruments, Procedures, Instrumentations

8:30 10:00

Treatments, Set-up Standard Tests

Significant Figures

Results and Discussion:

10:00 10:30 Procedure + Data + Analysis

Common Qualitative Tools in

10:30-11:00

Data Analysis

11:00 12:00 Hypothesis Testing

Common Statistical Activity on Basic Statistical

1:30 3:00

Treatments in Data Analysis Tools

Consideration and Treatment Activity on the Common

3:00 - 4:00

of Errors Sources of Errors

Formulating Conclusions and

4:00 5:00

Recommendations

Technical Aspects of Writing

Research Reports

Quantitative Data Analysis and

Results

1. Scoring the data

2. Preparing the data for analysis

3. Analyzing the data to answer

descriptive research questions

4. Analyzing the data to test

comparison and relationship

hypotheses

5. Reporting the results of the

data analysis

Statistical tools that help researchers

summarize the overall tendencies in

the data, provide an assessment of

how varied the values are, and

provide insight into where one value

stands compared with others

They are useful for describing three

main ideas:

Central tendency

Variability

Relative standing

Central

tendency: single numbers that

summarize a collection of scores

Mean (M): the average value; that

is, the total of n set divided by the

number of n.

Mode: the value that occurs most

frequently in a list of scores.

Median: The middle value in a

given data set

Variability: numbers that indicate

the spread of data collected for a

variable

Range: the difference between

the highest and lowest values for

a variable

Standard deviation (SD): a

measure of how dispersed the

data are about the mean value for

a variable

-4 -3 -2 -1 +0 +1 +2 +3 +4

Standard Deviations

Relative standing: are numbers that describe

one score relative to a group of scores

Percentile rank (%): the percentage of

participants in the distribution with scores at

or below a particular score

Example: The mean height of plants in set-up X is 60th

percentile of the plants at that given maturity level

Z score: an original score converted into a

relative score measured in units of standard

deviations

Example: Plant is A is tall; z score of 2.8.

Plant B is average; z score of 0.1.

Plant C is very short; z score of -3.3.

Inferential statistics:

Statistical tools that help researchers compare

groups or relate variables and infer results

from a sample to a population.

Used with the process of hypothesis testing

Hypothesis testing:

a procedure that researchers use to make

decisions about quantitative results by

comparing an observed value of a sample with

a population value to determine whether a

difference or relationship exists in the

population.

Theconcept of sameness or equality

in mathematics and statistics are quite

COMMON QUESTIONS

Is there a difference?

Is there a relationship?

Is there an effect?

The researcher states the purpose, research questions, and/or

hypotheses

questions

comparison and relationship research questions

The Analogy of Criminal Prosecution

Guilty Vs. Not Guilty as to Null Vs. Alternative

The Analogy of Criminal Prosecution

Guilty Vs. Not Guilty as to Null Vs. Alternative

Introducing ALPHA () :D

The p-value

Alpha level ():

the maximum risk that researchers are willing

to take during hypothesis testing that they

make a mistake when they conclude that they

have sufficient evidence that there is a

difference between groups or a relationship

between variables in the population.

In most research, =.05 (5% chance of wrongly

finding a significant result)

p value (p):

the probability that an inferential statistical

result could have been produced by chance if

the null hypothesis were true for the

population.

Statistically significant result

p : "Reject" the null hypothesis

Conclude there is a difference among groups or

there is a relationship among the variables

Non-significant result

P > : "Fail to reject" the null hypothesis

Conclude there is no difference among the

groups or there is no relationship among the

variables

Effect size

A measure of the practical strength of a

statistically significant result

Effects are small, moderate, or large

t test (t): Used to test for a difference

between two groups on one dependent

variable

ANOVA (F): Used to test for a difference

among more than two groups on one

dependent variable

Pearson correlation coefficient (r): Used to

test for a relationship between two variables

BEFORE AFTER

75 72

60 61

70 73

68 69

65 64

70 71

65 60

O Not relevant and doesnt make sense

O Too easy or too difficult to delve on

O Lack of significant contribution to society

O The dependent and independent variable is

unclear

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Must be relevant and must make sense

Must not be too easy or too difficult

Must have significant contribution to society

Variables must be clearly identified

Sub-problems must answer the major

problem

Statement of the Problem

This investigation aims to determine the

effectiveness of banana sap as raw material for

quality injectable ink of computer printers.

Specifically, the study aims to answer the

following questions:

1. Does banana sap contains property needed for the

preparation of quality injectable ink for computer

printers?

2. How much time is needed in the preparation of quality

injectable ink for computers printer?

3. To what particular type of printer can the ink be used?

4. Could it be a good source of inexpensive quality

injectible ink?

This study was conducted to perform histochemical

tests in Drynaria quercifolia and to determine its

efficacy as an antibacterial plant. Specifically, it

aimed to

a. determine the active component and its distribution in

the tissues of the rhizome and pinna using histochemical

test

rhizomes and pinna as an antibacterial; and

which plant parts of fresh D. quercifolia have medicinal

use.

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

The students must be able to identify the

dependent variable and the independent

variable in their Investigatory Projects

are operated.

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Rationale

- Must justify the existence of the study

Significance

Must present the beneficiaries and the

benefits they will get from the study

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Theoretical Background

- must contain ideas and concepts that must

be understood first before the whole

study can be fully appreciated.

-Not a parade of concepts but a forum of

directed argument

Related Studies

must contain major findings extracted

from recent studies related to the SIP

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

The methods employed must be valid and

reliable so that a competent individual can

repeat the experiment and get the same

result

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Patterns,

relationships, implications and

generalizations that can be derived from the

obtained data must be clearly pointed out

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

The Research paper must stand the scrutiny

of the academic community.

structure, content and style of writing.

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Identification of the Research Problem

Summarizing of Results

Data Analysis

Drawing Conclusions

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

The conduct of SIP must be at least 6 months

The students must have a Project Data Book

Formulation of Problems and Sub-problems

Variables and Groups

Strength of Rationale and Significance

Depth of Related Literature

Choice of Method

Extent of Analysis

Technical Aspects of Formal Research Report

General Understanding of the Process

Time Element

Congruence of Conclusion and Problems

Theconclusion must answer the questions or

the problems posed in the Statement of the

Problem

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