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1 NAME MEMBERS Astudillo (Leader), Duran, Historillo, Jintalan, Telan RESEARCH TOPIC AND MODULE Research: The Impact of SYDP to the Life of Beneficiaries Using the Case of Successful Batch 1 to 19 Scholars Module: Inspiring Stories of Successful SYDP Scholars Research: Illustrating the Situation of the Quezon City Polytechnic University Scholars of SYDP Using a SWOT Analysis Module: The Situation of QCPU Scholars of SYDP Research: Assessing the Development of the Quezon City Government Scholars Association from 2002 to 2012 Module: History of the Quezon City Government Scholars Association Research: The Effect of Leadership and Volunteerism in the Promotion of Youth Nationalism Module: Youth Nationalism Through Leadership and Volunteerism Research: The Impact of the Sonny Belmonte Center for Excellence for Student Leadership (SB Centrex) in Fostering Youth Empowerment in Quezon City Module: The Development of the SB Centrex Program Through the Years Research: An Analysis of the Factors Affecting Scholars Continuance in SYDP Module: Why SYDP Scholars Decide to Discontinue their Scholarship Research: Recounting the Milestones of the Scholarship and Youth Development Program in Twenty Years Module: History of SYDP Research: The 2012 Quezon City Youth Assessment Study Module: The Situation of the Quezon City Youth

Basuel (Leader), Dinglasan, Guzman, Sabas, Talion

Atayde (Leader), Almanzor, Cabangon, Fernandez (Monica), Sinlao

Tacbaya (Leader), Bajamundi, Barruga, Escarieses, Pelayo

Kalaw (Leader), Cabaya, Macahilig, Maregmen, Tashiro

Del Valle (Leader), Flegueras, Perez (Krizha), Romualdo, Santos (Roa)

Riola (Leader), Arconado, Depositario, Timola, Villalobos

Maravillas (Leader), Aldeguer, Cion, Sabulao, Sayson

Palacol (Leader), Abesamis, Eslit, Ganitano, Griego







Research: The Effectiveness of Livelihood and Skills Training Programs in Improving the Living Conditions of the Out-of-School Youth in Quezon City Module: Livelihood and Skills Training Programs for QC OSY Buenaagua (Leader), Research: The Effectiveness of the Antonio, Iigo, Osacia, Quezon City Youth Confederation Pebres (QCYC) in Fostering People Empowerment and Participation Module: QCYC and its Achievements in Promoting People Empowerment and Participation Calabroso (Leader), Basilio, Research: A Study on the De Fiesta, Duag, Manas Vulnerability of the Quezon City Youth to Drug Addiction and the Initiatives in Response to Substance Abuse Module: Drug Addiction and the QC Youth Hinolan, Julie (Leader), Research: The Results of the Skolar ng Chavez, Estardo, Romero, Bayan and Gawad Kalinga Partnership Soriano in Improving the Participation of the QC Youth in Nation-Building Module: Skolar ng Bayan and Gawad Kalinga Partnership Capario (Leader), Jacalal, Research: Appraising the Present and Serra, Vigonte Future Role of the Quezon City Youth in Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Module: Role of QC Youth in Climate Change Basco (Leader), Castante, Research: The Offshoots of Youth De Rojas, Teves, Variacion Empowerment in Quezon City: A Profile of Exemplary Youth Leaders Module: Inspirational Insights from Youth Leaders of QC Cabaero (Leader), Celestre, Research: The Effect of Citizens Mahusay, Manalang, Participation in the Hiwa-Hiwalay na Mercado Basura sa Barangay Program in Minimizing the Solid Waste Problem of Quezon City Module: Participation in the HiwaHiwalay na Basura sa Barangay Program


Pesigan (Leader), Beronio, Laperap, Lobrin, Manabat








Research: Evaluating the Alternative Learning System (ALS) Initiatives for the Out Of School Youth of QC Module: ALS for QC OSY Sempio (Leader), Buban, Research: A Study on the State of Calimag, Fulo, Peaflor Gender Discrimination in Quezon City Public High Schools Module: State of Gender Discrimination and How to Uphold Gender Equality and Rights in Public High Schools Estrada, Emerson (Leader), Research: The Impact of the Castaeda, Estrada, Anne Makabagong Juan Advocacy in Gabriel, Hinolan, Nikka, Promoting Participation of Scholars in Regudo the Building of a Quality Community Module: Refined Makabagong Juan Advocacy Module Ponce (Leader), Barros, Research: The Character and Level of Canceran, Kadusale, Quezon City Youth Participation in the Portugueza National and Local Elections Module: Important Things that QC Youth Need to Know Regarding their Participation in Elections Dela Pea (Leader), Research: The Impact of Media and Baluyot, Bermundo, Cabel, Technology to the Effective Promotion Lubguban of the Quezon City Youths Various Causes and Advocacies Module: How to Effectively Use Media and Technology for the Promotion of Youth Causes and Advocacies Afundar (Leader), Boyboy, Research: Describing the State of Buarao, Cruz, Alexis, Malnutrition of QC Children and the Zamora Impact of Breastfeeding and Malunggay in Alleviating Malnutrition in QC Module: State of Malnutrition of QC Children Secreto (Leader), Alilam, Research: Assessing the Level of Ancheta, Asuncion, Lagula Awareness of the Quezon City Residents to the Citys Culture, Heritage, and History Module: Refined QC Pride Module Nonogaki (Leader), Abejero, Research: Assessing the Level of Pea, Ramos, Kathleen, Participation of the SYDP Scholars in Tapiru Quezon Citys Activities and


Alibayan (Leader), Cajigal, Concha, Mendoza, Poyaoan


Tobias (Leader), Laolao, Reyes, Carlzan, Talavera, Waniwan


Ong (Leader), Cauilan, Fernandez, Steven, Galaang, Ramos, Roxanne

Initiatives Module: The Level of Participation of QC Scholars Research: A Study on the General Attitudes, Character, and Profile of the Non-QCPU Beneficiaries of the SYDP Module: General Profile of NonQCPU SYDP Scholars Research: Evaluating the Scholarship and Youth Development Program Through a Comparative Analysis of the Scholarship Programs of Various Universities, Colleges, and Institutions Module: Evaluation of SYDP and the Other Scholarship Programs Research: Identifying the Disaster Risk Vulnerability of Quezon City and the Role that Citizens Play in Disaster Risk Management and Prevention Module: Disaster Management and Prevention Module for QC Residents

CONSULTATION POLICIES 1. Queries to be made beyond the schedules set for consultation may be entertained but only through phone calls. If in case the team encountered a bogging question that needs to be clarified immediately so that the research team can proceed in the accomplishment of the parts of research, the leader is allowed to call the research coordinator. Provided, the leader will send a text message first informing the research coordinator that he or she will call to ask some pertinent questions. Phone calls shall be made only from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. 2. The leader is the only one allowed to talk to the research coordinator and he or she shall wait first for the confirmation from the research coordinator before he or she can call. No query will be entertained through text message. 3. From April 8 to April 18, communication to the research coordinator will be through Facebook message as he is in Japan to attend an international activity. Research teams should be aware that the research coordinator might not respond to their queries at the soonest possible time. 4. The medium of communication during consultations and queries should be pure English unless the research coordinator allows the researchers to use the native language in expressing their concerns.


SCHEDULE OF ON-SITE CONSULTATIONS AND EXPECTED DELIVERABLES April 7 (Saturday) April 14 (Sunday) April 21 (Sunday) April 28 (Sunday) May 1 (Tuesday Holiday) Chapter I Chapter II and III Chapter IV and V Final Draft of Research Paper Final and Revised Research Paper

STANDARD FORMAT OF RESEARCH PAPER 1. The research work should follow the standard format for a research dissertation and should include the following minimum standards. The research work should clearly delineate the following sections: Chapter I Introduction 1. Background of the Study 2. Conceptual Framework 3. Theoretical Framework 4. Statement of the Problem and Thesis Statement 5. Definition of Terms 6. Scope and Limitations 7. Significance of the Study Chapter II Review of Related Literature and Studies 1. Related Literature 2. Related Studies Chapter III Research Methodology 1. Research Design 2. Data Gathering Procedures 3. Treatment of Data Chapter IV Presentation, Analysis, and Interpretation of Data Chapter V Summary/ Conclusion/ Recommendation Bibliography Appendix 2. All pages must be word-processed and printed (12-point type size, Times New Roman Black), double-spaced (including notes and references) on 8-1/2 by 11 inch white paper. Margins should be 1 inch on all four sides (i.e., line length must not exceed 6.5 inches).


3. Headings and subheadings in the text indicate the organization of the content. Generally, three heading levels are sufficient for a full-length article. If you cannot print bold or italic type, indicate bold face characters by drawing a straight underline. 4. References, footnotes, and bibliographic entries should follow the American Psychological Association (APA) style guide. Cite only those works needed to provide evidence for assertions and to guide readers to important sources on your topic. THE MODULE 1. The module should summarize the significant findings of the study. For example, if the team is dealing with Youth Participation in Quezon City, then the module should discuss the nature of youth participation, its significance, its manifestation in Quezon City, contributions to society, hindrances encountered in Quezon City, suggestion for the improvement of youth participation, and other relevant themes. The research team should take into consideration that the module would be used for possible seminars about the topic in the future. 2. The module should not follow the outline of the research paper. That is intended only for presenting the research during the oral defense. The module is more thematic. 3. The module should be made using the Microsoft Powerpoint program. It should have a minimum of twenty-four (24) and maximum of thirty (30) slides. The font size of the heading should be 30-point and the text should be 24-point. Teams are given leeway with regard to the creativity of the power point presentation. Use of animations, and slide designs are allowed as long as it would not greatly affect the readability of the contents of the slides. 4. The soft copy should be saved in a .pptx file format. The approved module should be sent on or before May 14 at louiedereal@yahoo.com with the module title as the file name. The names of research team members should be reflected in the first slide of the power point which is the title slide. 5. The hard copy should be included in the appendices of the research paper, particularly as Appendix A. It should be printed in a powerpoint handout style, six (6) slides per page. POLICIES ON REFERENCES 1. Unscholarly and inappropriate websites such as Wikipedia, Online Encyclopedias, and Answers.com, are prohibited sources for a research study. 2. Allowable sources include Journal Articles, Books, Laws, International Documents and Guidebooks such as that released by the United Nations, Related Studies, Surveys, and Researches, and Periodicals. 3. Online PDF sources are allowed as long as these fall in the allowable sources of data.


4. If the source does not state its author, it is strongly recommended for the researchers not to use the source anymore unless the publisher is a government or non-government thinktank/research agency. The said agency should be cited as its corporate author. 5. Entries quoted, summarized, paraphrased, or lifted verbatim from a source document should be cited using the APA format. Parenthetical citations such as (De Real, 2012) are advised. 6. Plagiarism and copy-paste are strictly prohibited. Any single attempt to commit this academic deviance would mean automatic failure in the task. ORAL DEFENSE/ PRESENTATION 1. The Oral Defense/ Presentation is intended to provide a venue for the scholars to present their study to the scholars community and possibly, to the duty-bearers and stakeholders involved in their study. Through the panel of evaluators, the study would be assessed for possible revisions and improvements before the research paper is to be included in the data bank of the Scholarship and Youth Development Program office. The schedule of Oral Presentation is on May 1. 2. Each team is given 30 minutes to defend the research (15 minutes for overall research presentation, 5 minutes to present the module, and 15 minutes for question and answer). The panel of evaluators has the right to shorten or lengthen the allotted time as may be necessary. The appropriate presentation material (such as power point, overhead slides, prezi etc.) should be arranged beforehand. In the given time, the student is expected to clearly, and in the briefest possible way, explain the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. Problem statement and hypothesis, The theoretical/conceptual framework, The significant aspects of the methodology used, The significant findings of the study, Conclusions, The accompanying module.

3. There should only be a maximum of two scholars to present and defend the research paper inclusive of the team leader. They are then expected to respond to the specific inquiries of the panel and clarify any questions that might arise in the course of the defense. 4. The scholars will then integrate the additional comments suggested by the panel of evaluators and revise their initial draft before final submission to the research coordinator, Louie Boy De Real, on May 14. RATING SYSTEM In general, the evaluation will be based on the following key questions/principles: a. Is the problem stated in a sufficiently clear and focused manner? Is it significant to the vision and mission of the Skolar ng Bayan and the SYDP as a whole? b. Are definitions specific? Are operational definitions used and are they adequate?


c. Is the review of literature exhaustive? Did it identify clearly the dominant themes, debates, and controversies, and the research gap in the literature? d. Is the theoretical framework appropriate to the problem of the study? e. Are the data collection techniques and research design appropriate? f. Is the conclusion responsive to the questions (or objectives) asked in the beginning of the study? g. Are inferences/generalizations/conclusions drawn from the evidence/data gathered? POST-DEFENSE REQUIREMENTS 1. After revision (which should be submitted on May 14), each group should submit one hardbound copy of the thesis following below: Title Page (see sample) Table of Contents Executive Summary Blank Page Body (Chapter 1-5) Bibliography Appendix o Appendix A should be the module 2. The hard-bound version should be 8-1/2 by 11 inches in size and dark green in color. The lettering on the front and spine should be in gold. The name of the author, title and year should be written on the spine of the book.