Exploring Life Through Science Series: Capstone Research Project
ELTS: Capstone Research Project is a comprehensive learning resource for senior high school students covering the appropriate steps to conduct investigations about the different topics of interest emerging from the students’ individualized program of study.
Author/s: John Donnie A. Ramos, Anna Cherylle Morales-Ramos, Maureen B. Sabit, and Joshua Evans M. Bajao
Level/s: Senior High
Aligned with the Department of Education’s K to 12 Curriculum Guide, the worktext provides students opportunities to demonstrate the knowledge and skills gained in either discovery-based or inquiry-based
Complete with clear procedures, practice exercises, real-world examples, take-home tasks, and research outputs, the book enables students to use their prior learning and experience to draw conclusions as basis for further investigations, to apply scientific principles for intellectual growth, and to provide solutions to societal problems.
One of the unique features of ELTS: Capstone Research Project is the CRP Sample Box, which presents the
different sections of an actual research project as they are discussed in their respective chapters.
By providing the students with an ideal example presented in this feature, they will have a clear understanding on how the different sections of the research project are written, and will be guided on writing their own research report.
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