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Republic of the Philippines

Region XII
Division of Sultan Kudarat
Bai Saripinang National High School
Bagumbayan, Sultan Kudarat

First Quarter Assessment


(Practical Research 1)
Silang / Mabini / Rizal

Test II. Multiple Choice. Choose the correct letter that best describe the question or complete the statement.
1. Which of the following BEST defines quantitative research?
A. It is an exploration associated with libraries, books and journals.
B. It is an activity concerned with finding new truth in education.
C. It is a systematic process obtaining numerical information about the world.
D. It is an activity of producing or proving a theorem.
2. Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of quantitative research?
A. Data are gathered before proposing a conclusion or solution to a problem.
B. Quantitative methods can be repeated to verify findings in another setting, thus strengthen and
reinforcing validity of findings eliminating the possibility of spurious conclusions.
C. Figures, tables or graphs showcase summarized data collection in order to show trends, relationships
or differences among variables. In sum, the charts and tables allow you to see the evidence collected.
D. It seeks to gather a more comprehensive understanding of activities related to human behavior and the
attributes that rule such behavior.
3. Clara has written a research report that contains little scientific jargon but several emotional words. Clara has
most likely engaged in
A. a reliability analysis.
B. correlational research.
C. quantitative research.
D. qualitative research.
4. In __________ research, the researcher examines the relationship between two variables.
A. Archival
B. Systematic
C. Correlational
D. Qualitative

5. Which of the item below does NOT hold true for descriptive research?
A. describes the nature of a situation or an event
B. presents the profile of persons, events, and things
C. describes past situations
D. there is no manipulation of variables or search for cause and effect related to the performance
6. Researchers use correlations to
A. understand cause-and-effect relationships.
B. make predictions.
C. understand the axial coding process.
D. All of the above.
7. Using someone else’s work without giving credit to the original source is known as
A. Debriefing
B. Plagiarism
C. The Nuremberge code
D. Fabrication of data
8. Which of the following would considered as Plagiarism
A. The exact words from a source are put in quotes with the author’s last name, year of publication, and
page number of the quote indicated.
B. A paragraph from a source is used and the writer rearranges a few words in each sentence so that
quote marks are unnecessary.
C. A writer summarizes an article in her own words and uses a parenthetical reference with no quote
marks.
D. All of the above would be considered plagiarism.
9. Dr. Jones spends two years immersed in the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria in order to better understand cross-
cultural differences in child-rearing. Dr. Jones is engaged in what kind of research?
A. Naturalistic observation
B. Ethnography
C. Archival research
D. Case study
10. Jessica wishes to understand the motivations of people who join the Hare Krishna group, so she joins and
immerses herself in the group. Jessica has conducted what kind of research?
A. Naturalistic observation
B. Archival research
C. Correlational research
D. Participant observation
11. If a researcher is developing a narrative description of behavior, then he/she is engaging in
A. quantitative research.
B. qualitative research.
C. situation sampling.
D. time sampling.
12. Bess conducts a study in which she measures self-esteem and grade point average in a sample of 50 college
students. She hypothesizes that higher self-esteem will be associated with higher grade point average. This
research approach is best described as _________ research.
A. Archival
B. Correlational
C. grounded theory
D. ethnographic
13. Which of the following is a good strategy to increase the representativeness of a sample?
A. Use random sampling without replacement.
B. Use convenience sampling.
C. Decrease the sample size.
D. Increase the sample size.
14. Janice wishes to ensure that she has equal numbers of Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, and Grade 10 in her
sample. She separates the population into subpopulations according to class rank and draws random samples
from each subpopulation. Janice has engaged in ___________ sampling.
A. Convenience
B. Replacement
C. stratified random
D. non-random
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Janice wishes to ensure that she has equal numbers of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in her
sample. She separates the population into subpopulations according to class rank and draws random samples
from each subpopulation. Janice has engaged in ___________ sampling.

Jessica wishes to understand the motivations of people who join the Hare Krishna group, so she joins and
immerses herself in the group. Jessica has conducted what kind of research?
1. What characteristic of research that deals with facts, not with mere opinions arising from assumptions, generalization,
predictions, or conclusions.
a. Accuracy c. Research
b. Objectiveness d. Systematic e. None of the above
2. What kind of data in research that requires non numerical data, which means that the research uses words rather than
numbers to express the results.
a. Primary data c. Quantitative
b. Qualitative d. Secondary data e. None of the above
3. What types of qualitative research that studies the culture of particular group to get understanding of its organizational
set-up and lifestyle?
a. Ethnography c. Grounded Theory
b. Content and Discourse Analysis d. Historical Analysis e. None of the above
4. What types of qualitative researches that study how people find their experience meaningful?
a. Ethnography c. Grounded Theory
b. Content and Discourse Analysis d. Historical Analysis e. None of the above
5. Is a type of research that elaborates or explains not just the reasons behind the relationship of two factors, but also the
ways by which such relationship exist
a. Descriptive Research c. Action Research
b. Explanatory Research d. Exploratory Research e. None of the above
6. Is a kind o data that requires non numerical data, which means that the research uses words rather than numbers to
express the results,
a. Primary data c. Secondary data
b. Qualitative research d. Quantitative research e. None of the above
7. Is an approaches to research in which the researcher discover and measure information as well as observe and control
variables in an impersonal manner.
a. Naturalistic approach c. Scientific approach
b. Natural approach d. Scientific approach e. None of the above
8. Is a type of qualitative research which means the study of how people find their experiences meaningful.
a. Ethnography c. Historical Analysis
b. Grounded Theory d. Phenomenology e. None of the above
9. Is a type qualitative research which is the study of particular cultural group to get a clear understanding of its
organizational set-up, internal operation, and lifestyle?
a. Ethnography c. Historical Analysis
b. Grounded Theory d. Phenomenology e. None of the above
10. The acronym SMART means?
a. Specifics, measurable, attainable, realistic c. Specific, measurable, attainable, realistic
b. Specific, measure, attainable, realistic d. Specifics, measurable, attainable, reality
e. None of the above

Test II: (11-20) Read each statement or question below carefully and fill in the blank(s) with the correct
answer.

Relevance Accuracy Timeliness Clarity Systematic Descriptive Research


Exploratory Research Naturalistic Approach Triangulation Approach Controversial topics
Too narrow subjects Too broad subjects Research Problem Research Question
Highly Technical subject Availability of information

11. ___________ It deal with the facts, not with mere opinions arising from assumptions, generalizations, predictions, or
conclusions?
12. ___________ Research topic must be Instrumental in improving society or in solving problems affecting the lives of
people in a community.
13. ___________ Is must succeed in expressing its central point or discoveries by using simple, direct, concise and correct
language.
14. ___________ The purpose of this research is to find out how reasonable or possible it is to conduct a research study on
a certain topic.
15. ___________ Approach to research that use numbers to express data.
16. ___________ Those are topics that depend greatly on the writer’s opinion, which may tend to be biased or prejudicial.
17. ___________ This topics will prevent the researcher from giving a concentrated or an in-depth analysis of the subject
matter paper.
18. ___________ This topics are so limited or specific that an extensive or thorough searching or reading for information
about these is necessary.
19. ___________ This will lead the researcher to a specific topic to focus on.
20. ___________ A research topic that require an advanced study, technical knowledge, and vast experience is a very
difficult task.

Test III. DETERMINATION. Determine if the description given below is a strength or weakness of a quantitative
research. Write your answer on the blank provided for.
1. The most reliable and valid way of concluding results, giving way to a new hypothesis or to disproving it.
___________________________
2. Since, there are more respondents compared to qualitative research, the expenses will be greater in reaching
out to these people and in reproducing questionnaires. _______________________
3. If not done seriously and correctly, data from questionnaires may be incomplete and inaccurate.
____________________________
4. Standardized approaches allow the study to be replicated in different areas or over time with formulation of
comparable findings. _______________________________
5. Quantitative experiments are useful for testing the results gained by a series of qualitative experiments, leading
to a final answer, and narrowing down of possible directions to follow. _______________________________
6. It is assumed that the larger the sample is, the more statistically accurate the findings are.
________________________
7. Researchers must be on the look-out on respondents who are just guessing in answering the instrument.
______________________________
8. It does not consider the distinct capacity of the respondents to share and elaborate further information unlike
the qualitative research. __________________________
9. It is real and unbiased. _____________________
10. It is costly. ______________________

Prepared by:

Engr. MICHAEL C. APRONG


Teacher II