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THE EFFECTS OF USING MODERN GADGETS IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMA

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Transcript of THE EFFECTS OF USING MODERN GADGETS IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMA

THE EFFECTS OF USING MODERN GADGETS IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF CTFCAians
CHAPTER
THREE:
METHODOLOGY

CHAPTER FOUR:
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF DATA

CHAPTER FIVE:
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS
AND RECOMMENDATIONS

CHAPTER
ONE:
PROBLEM AND
ITS
SETTING
CHAPTER
TWO:
PROBLEM
AND ITS
SETTING

BACKGROUND
OF THE STUDY
THEORETICAL
FRAMEWORK
CONCEPTUAL
FRAMEWORK
STATEMENT OF
THE PROBLEM
STATEMENT OF
THE HYPOTHEISIS
SIGNIFICANCE OF
THE STUDY
SCOPE AND
DELIMITATION
OF THE STUDY
Definition of
terms
Roxy
Rodriguez
Fred
Hoffman
Nyza
Hassan
Phagu
Mohato
INPUT
PROCESS
OUTPUT
Gender
Level
Average grade
in their major
sujects
Profile of the
respondents
Effects of the
modern gadgets
to the respondents
Distribution of
questionnaires
Statistical
Analysis
Analysis base on
their gadgets
Identify the effects
of using modern
gadgets
Introduce gadgets to students as tool for education
Reduce the time
of using
Allege
Analysis
Anecdotal
Atrocious
Cyberspace
Deficiency
Delimination
Gizmos
Plethora
Scope
Social Pathology
Peripherals
Tremendous
Vetoed
Foreign Literature
and Studies
Local Literature
and Studies
Synthesis of
Reviewed
Literature
and Study
Research
Design
Sources of Data
Data Gathering
Instrument
Data Gathering
Procedure
Statistical Treatment of Data
What is
Gadget?
Gadget is a small tool such as a machine that has a particular function, but is often thought of as a novelty. Gadgets are sometimes referred to as gizmos. They are usually portable; you can carry them anywhere you go.
Kate Ross
Montiel and
Estuar
Estuar
Russel
Petrillo
Mark
Griffiths
CAMH
Descriptive research is used to obtain information concerning the current status of the phenomena to describe "what exists" with respect to variables or conditions in a situation. The methods involved range from the survey which describes the status quo, the correlation study which investigates the relationship between variables, to developmental studies which seek to determine changes over time.
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TABLE 4.10 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Time Spent on Gadgets



TIME SPENT IN USING GADGETS

TABLE 4.9 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Gadgets usually used by the respondents


TABLE 4.8 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Gadgets



TYPES OF GADGETS OFTEN USED BY THE RESPONDENTS

TABLE 4.7 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Possible Negative Effects of Gadgets


TABLE 4.6 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Possible Positive Effects of Gadgets


TABLE 4.5 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of the Respondents’ Opinion



OPINION OF THE RESPONDENTS

PROFILE OF THE
RESPONDENTS

Chapter four:
PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION OF DATA
TABLE 4.1 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of the Respondent’s Year Level
TABLE 4.2 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of the Respondent’s Socio-economic Status in each Year Level
TABLE 4.3 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Gadgets in their Family


TABLE 4.4 Frequency and Percentage Distribution of Gadgets in each Respondents


Summary of Findings
Conclusions
Recommendations
The End! Thank you Lord!
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