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* 1. Tuesday, August 1 * 2. - an investigation about a scientific problem (question) - a problem-solving process using the scientific method * 3. GOALS IP 8/19/2014 3 * 4. Uses scientific method 8/19/2014 4Application of concepts learned Share what you have learned to discuss a certain topic. Provide educational opportunities Stimulate interest in Science * 5. 8/19/2014 5 * 6. 8/19/2014 6 Parts of a Scientific Research Paper Title Page Abstract Acknowledgment Table of Contents CHAPTER I-INTRODUCTION A. Background of the Study B. Statement of the Problem C. Hypothesis D. Significance of the Study E. Scope and Limitation F. Definition of Terms CHAPTER II- REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE CHAPTER III-METHODOLOGY A. Materials B. Procedures CHAPTER IV-RESULTS AND DISCUSSION A. Findings B. Analysis of Data CHAPTER V- CONCLUSION CHAPTER VI-RECOMMENDATION Bibliography * 7. 8/19/2014 7 * 8. 8/19/2014 8 * 9. 8/19/2014 9 * 10. 8/19/2014 10 accurate rules in grammar, correct spelling & correct punctuation. I, MY, ME & MINE PAST * 11. 8/19/2014 11 PHASE I : THE PROPOSAL (20 points) The proposal is a detailed written plan of how the project will be done. It is like designing an experiment. Since it is yet to be done, the future tense of the verb is used. PHASE II: THE INVESTIGATION (20 points) As soon as your proposal is approved you can now start investigating. Your procedure will be your guide. Keep track of all your observations and data by placing them on a table. Document also your works by photographs, videos, etc. * 12. 8/19/2014 12 PHASE III. THE OUTPUT (60 points) After conducting the investigation you are now ready to organize your gathered data and present your findings. The output has three levels: 1. THE WRITTEN REPORT (20 points) A recall of all the things you did to solve your problem. The mode of the verb is in the…...

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