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 Stimulate interest in Science
 Provide educational opportunities
 Share what you have learned to

discuss a certain topic.
 Application of concepts learned
 Uses scientific method

Thursday, August
27, 2015












an investigation about a scientific problem (question) a problem-solving process using the scientific method

Parts of a Scientific Research Paper
Title Page
Table of Contents

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
A. Materials
B. Procedures
A. Findings
B. Analysis of Data








accurate rules in grammar, correct spelling & correct punctuation. TASKS


1. Submission of Problem and Title


-it is patterned from the question, however it must contain only the essential words
-title of the project must be brief, simple and catchy.

Aug. 16

2. Submission of Chapter 1

It must contain the following information:
Name of the school (including address)
Title of the Investigatory Project
(UPPER CASE, bold, centered)
Name of the researcher
(last name, first name, middle initial)
Year and Section
Date of Submission
Name of the teacher

Oct 15

3. Submission of Chapter 2

Oct 31

Feb 18 Final Paper 19
Feb 25-28 Exhibit

4. Submission of Chapter 3


5. Investigation Period

6. Submission of Chapter 4

Dec 3

7. Submission of…...

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