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PRACTICAL

RESEARCH
What is Research?
•“MULING
PANANALIKSIK”
•SIYASIK- SIYASAT NA
MAY PANANALIKSIK
RESEARCH
• is a systematic process of
collecting and analyzing
information to increase ones
understanding of the
phenomenon and
communicate that
understanding to others.
WHAT IS A PRACTICAL
RESEARCH?
•It involves survey,
interviews, and field
level investigation in
order to achieve the
correct information.
NATURE OF INQUIRY AND
RESEARCH
•Inquiry is to look for
information by asking
various questions about
the thing you are curious
about.
NATURE OF INQUIRY AND
RESEARCH
• Research is to discover truths by
investigating on your chosen topic
scientifically; meaning by going
through a systematic way of doing
things wherein you are to begin from
the simplest to the most complex
modes or patterns of thinking.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
1. It is needed in tapping the immense
natural resources and in harnessing
them.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
2. It is necessary in enhancing production
to cope with the needs of the
increasing population.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
3. It helps in determining the manpower
needs of the country and the ways to
meet these needs.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
4. It enables the businessmen to forecast
the direction in which businesses will
take or to explore the possibilities of
new industries.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
5. It enables the planners of education,
industry or government to make
projections so that steps can be taken
to be ready for the future.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
6. It maintains good health or a
remedy to cure illness.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
7. It is an instrument of modernization
in order to promote the progress of a
country.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
8. It is urgently needed for energy
production and regulation of its use.
The following are the reasons, why
research is important.
9. It is needed in improving the quantity
and quality of major crops, in processing
them and transforming them to different
forms of marketable goods.
ASSESSMENT
Directions:
PAIR WORK. Some of the following
questions will require more complex
thinking while some demand simple or less
thinking. Put a check on the questions that
require more complex thinking and put an
X to those that trigger simple and less
thinking.
ASSESSMENT
1. What’s the color of your gown?
2. Who bought your gown?
3. Why are some graduating students
not willing to wear gowns?
4. Which memo are you talking
about?
5. Do you agree that Mr. Cruz was the
one who wrote the memo?
ASSESSMENT
6. Which article seems intriguing to the
graduates?
7. What is inside the pocket of the green
gown?
8. Who owns the gown?
9. How can the gown make you look
more attractive?
10. Should you wear a gown during the
graduation ball?
ASSIGNMENT
Directions:
Complete the bubble graph or
concept map by writing words
associated with the middle word. Be
guided by the clues in the sentences
below each graph.
1. The detectives need more time to inquire about the case.

INQUIRE
2. The witness’ statement is crucial to the solution of the
case..

CRUCIAL
3. The continuous presence of your name on the Dean’s List
guarantees a good future.

GUARANTEE
Characteristics of Research
1. Empirical – research is based on direct experience
or observation by the researcher.
2. Logical – research is based on valid procedures
and principles.
3. Cyclical – research starts with a problem and ends
with a problem
4. Analytical – research utilizes proven analytical
procedures in gathering data whether historical,
descriptive, experimental and case study.
Characteristics of Research
4. Critical – research exhibits careful and precise
judgment
5. Methodical – research is conducted in a
methodical manner without bias using systematic
method and procedures.
6. Replicability – research design and procedures are
repeated to enable the researcher to arrive at valid
and conclusive results
7. Validity – capability of being justified
8. Reliability - the consistency of the research and
the extent to which the study can be replicated

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