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PR1.Lesson 1.pptx

  1. Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson the students are expected to: 1. Know the importance of research in daily life, 2. The characteristics processes & ethics of research 3. Quantitative & qualitative research 4. The kinds of research across field
  3. What is RESEARCH FOR YOU???
  4. What is research???? •Process of collecting/gathering data & information by scientific or logical procedure that aims to solve a particular scientific problem.
  5. What is a research? •From a FRENCH word “CERCHIER” meaning “to seek or to search” •An attempt to solve or gain a solution to a problem.
  6. What is RESEARCH??? •A systematic, controlled, empirical & critical investigation of hypothetical propositions about the presumed relations among natural phenomenon, ( Kerlinger, 1976 )
  7. What is RESEARCH??? •Is an honest, scientific investigation undertaken for the purpose of discovering new facts or establishing new relationships among facts already known which will contribute to the present body of knowledge and can lead to an effective solution of existing problems.
  9. Who needs a research??? •RESEARCH is for the: •Undergraduate students doing term papers •Graduate students defending masteral thesis/doctoral dissertation. •Doctors/ nurses •Legislators needing information to formulate the right kinds of laws.
  10. Who needs RESEARCH??? • Technical staff of government officials providing the baseline reports. • Supervisors, managers, top executives in both public and private sectors engaged in planning, decision-making evaluation and even in dealing with human behaviors. • Consultants • NGO’s
  12. 1. RESEARCH provides scientific basis of any practice or methodology n any field or discipline. • Example: in medicine, a new drug must first be tested to determine its efficacy in curing sickness before it can actually be prescribed.
  13. 2. RESEARCH is undertaken for continuous development and further productivity in any field. 3. RESEARCH help develop tools for assessing effectiveness of any practice and operation. 4. RESEARCH provides solutions to problems concerning at most all issues encountered in the different areas of work.
  14. 5. RESEARCH impact decision-making. It is common mistake for people to make decisions without solid information to back them up. 6. RESEARCH develops & evaluates alternative approaches to the educational aspects of any discipline. 7. RESEARCH aims to advance the personal and professional qualifications of a practioner.
  15. Seven Importance of RESEARCH 1. to gather necessary information 2. To make changes 3. To improve standard of living 4. To have a safer life 5. To know the truth 6. To explore our history 7. To understand the art
  16. FACT CHECK: Read the sentences. Put a Check / on the number of the item if you think the sentence is true about research. Put a X if you think that is NOT. 1. Research begins with a problem. 2. Research is merely gathering imformation. 3. Research is transporting facts from one place to another. 4. Research is rummaging around for hard-to-locate information. 5. Research is creative and systematic work undertaken to get additional information
  17. 6. Research must be hurriedly conducted. 7. There should be enough data before conducting research 8. The researcher must have a final say in his or her findingds 9. The cause why students fail quizzes are worth necessary. 10. Any concern or issue confronted by the students is researchable
  18. ANSWER: 1. √ 2. X 3. X 4. X 5. √ 6. X 7. √ 8. X 9. √ 10. X
  19. ASSIGNMENT: PAINT ME A PICTURE On a long bond paper, illustrate situation/your daily activities that show/s the importance of research. At the back of your output, briefly explain how important research is in your daily life.
  20. BACKGROUND OF RESEARCH CHARACTERISTICS OF RESEARCH: 1.Empirical 2.Logical 3.Cyclical 4.Analytical 5.Critical 6.Replicability
  21. BACKGROUND OF RESEARCH 1.EMPIRICAL- Research is based on direct experience or observation by the researcher. It implies that research is related basically to one or more aspects of real situation& deals with concrete data that provides a basis foe external validity to research results. EXAMPLE: The development of Covid 19 vaccine, distance education, mental health & other pandemic related issues.
  22. BACKGROUND OF RESEARCH 2. LOGICAL- Research is based on valid systematic procedures and principles thus, allowing others validate results using the same procedures. Scientific investigation is done in an orderly and logical manner so that the researcher has confidence on the results and can draw valid conclusion.