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1. Physics 1
Documents and On-line Resources
. Amazing Race
Design and Build Your Own Shelter
Science vs. technology
Technology in the Home, Environment, Transportation...
Laws of Motion
Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation and Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
12. Rotary/Rotational Motion
13. Work-Energy Principle
14. Circular Motion
15. Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Word Problems and Solutions
Heat and Temperature
2. Research 1
Documents and Resources
1. Research Proposal
3. Research Data
Science Process Skills
5. Inorganic Chemistry 2012-2013
Quizzes, Activities, Resources
LICENSURE EXAMINATION FOR TEACHERS
1. Biological Science
Test items 1
RESEARCH II 2014-2015
The Jello Lab
Designing Simple Investigations
3. Philippine Environmental Laws
SCIENCE INVESTIGATORY PROJECTS
Phases of Conducting SIP
LOCALIZATION AND CONTEXTUALIZATION OF SCIENCE CURRICULUM
RESEARCH II (Research in Science)
Research II for the Fourth Year deals with researches in Science. A study of the course equips the students with the knowledge and skills of conducting researches in science and in preparing for scientific communications which may serve as an avenue for higher level of competence in research.
In order to acquire mastery and competence of scientific writing skills, students are exposed to the rudiments of conducting researches, writing research reports, and preparing for the science congress.
After going through the activities in Research II, the learner shall have developed the following competencies.
1. Demonstrate ability to conduct a research in science; e.g. identify a researchable topic, documents the research report or investigatory project, and prepare for a science congress.
2. Develop ability to write science research reports and laboratory research/investigatory projects.
3. Improve creative, critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
General and Specific Competencies
Overview of Research
1. Appreciate the nature and characteristics of research.
1.1 Express effectively thoughts and feelings in describing the nature of research
1.2 Express in writing why a knowledge of scientific research methodology can be of value to researchers
1.3 Discuss the different types of experimental research methodologies used in science research
2. Determine the ethical issues that need to be addressed in conducting research in science
2.1 Discuss the ethical standards and issues in conducting research.
1. Demonstrate ability to formulate a researchable problem.
1.1 State the main problem and sub-problems of the research
1.1.1 Express in written form the main problem and sub-problem of the research
1.2 State the significance of the research problem
1.2.1 Cite information and express the significance of the research problem
1.3 State the scope and limitations of the research problem
1. Demonstrate competence in formulating a hypothesis
1.1 Distinguish the types of hypothesis
Describe directional and non-directional hypothesis
1.2.1 Distinguish between directional and non-directional hypothesis
1.2.2 Give an example of each.
Formulate a hypothesis in three ways
1.3.1 null hypothesis
1.3.2 alternative hypothesis
1.3.3 cause and effect statement
2. Demonstrate the ability to identify the variables involve in research investigations
2.1 Describe the term “variable” that can be investigated by researchers
2.1.1 Express thought orally explaining what is meant by the term “variable”
2.1.2 Distinguish the types of variables that might be investigated by researchers in science
2.1.3 Explain how variables differ from a constant
2.1.4 Distinguish between a quantitative and a categorical variable
2.1.5 Explain how dependent and independent variable are related
Review of Related Literature and Studies
1. Write the review of related literature and studies section of research report
1.1 Distinguish between related literature and studies
Apply the guidelines in preparing the review of related literature and studies
Define the terms/variables of the research
1.3.1 Express in correct words variables of the research
1. Plan the research design
1.1 Apply the guidelines on how to make a research design
1.1.1 Discuss the guidelines that are extensively applied in making a research design
1.1.2 Identify the experimental and control groups
1.1.3 Design the necessary experimental and control set-ups
1.1.4 Apply the principle of sampling technique and strategy in the selection of samples
2. Write the materials and methods in conducting an experiment
2.1 Apply the guidelines in scientific writing in preparing the materials and methods section of a research report
1. Determine appropriate tools/instruments for gathering data.
1.1 Explain what is meant by instrumental techniques
1.2 Identify the appropriate instrumental techniques in data collection.
1.3 Name three ways in which data can be collected by researchers.
1.4 Use information maps and other concept maps as aid in documentation
2. Develop ability to gather and record quantifiable data.
2.1 Establish patterns or trends in the data collected.
2.1.1 Classify data into qualitative and quantitative
2.1.2 Identify the types of measurement scales.
126.96.36.199 Name four types of measurement scales.
188.8.131.52 Give an example of each.
2.2Present data in graphic (photomicrographs and photographs) and non-linear texts
2.2.1 Determine the appropriate mode of presenting data
2.2.2 Make a write up of charts and graphs
3. Analyze and interpret data collected
3.1 Use appropriate measures (central tendency and variation) in describing the data.
3.1.1 Apply appropriate measures in describing collected data
3.1.2 Explain in writing the data presented in non-linear texts.
3.2 Identify appropriate test for significance of hypothesis
3.2.1 Apply appropriate tests for significance of hypothesis
3.2.2 Apply the guidelines/steps in the testing for significance of hypothesis
3.2.3 Analyze and interpret the results
VII. Conclusion and Recommendation
1. Draw conclusions and formulate recommendations
1.1 Write valid conclusions
1.2 Make relevant recommendations
Writing a research report
1. Demonstrate competence in writing a research report
1.1 Write the science report following the standard format for the various parts of a research paper; e.g. title page, table of contents, abstract, appendices, texts, graphs, tables and charts, documentations and references cited, approval sheet, list of table sand figure.
Oral Defense/Science Congress
1. Demonstrate ability for a science congress
1.1 Follow the mechanics of a science congress
1.2 Use appropriate format for exhibit display
Validated on April 4, 2006 at Teachers Camp, Baguio City
Rogelio C. Valdez RSHS for Region I Anitess Joanna C. Cabuenas RSHS for Region VIII
Gina C. Aguirre RSHS for Region II Dominic V. Bais RSHS for Region IX
Wela Y. Mendoza RSHS for Region III Erma S. Dapin RSHS for Region X
Eliaquim O. Bisa RSHS for Region IV-A Jovita Juvy Montenegro RSHS for Region XI
Mishelle F. Fonte RSHS for Region IV-B Sheila P. Butil RSHS for Region XII
Ester R. Llobet RSHS for Region V
Maria Ruth R. Edradan RSHS for Region XIII
Aida P. Conanan RSHS for Region VI Ethelyn E. Taqued RSHS for CAR
Ferrera E. Oira RSHS for Region VII Ronald C. Atanacio RSHS for NCR
Pilar P. Carmona RSHS for NCR
RODOLFO S. TREYES, PhD
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