How to make title of a Thesis

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How to make title of a Thesis

  1. 1. THESIS How to write a thesis? Divided into 5 Chapters 1. Problem and its Background 2. Review of Related Literature and Studies 3. Research Methodology 4. Presentation, Analysis and interpretation 5. Summary, Recommendation and Conclusion How to construct the title of the Thesis? • Subject • Objectives • Beneficiaries/ • Company Chapter I: The Problem and Its Background  Introduction  General to specific  Visualize the overall scenario and problem encountered by the company  Last paragraph is the rational of the study  Theoretical Framework  Proven theories from a specific person  At least 3 theories  From the books  Conceptual Framework  IPO- Input, Process Output Input- (informations, software used..etc.)
  2. 2. Process-(1theory best fit for the study) Output (outcome of the study)  Statement of the Problem  An Introductory paragraph before enumerating the problem  Minimum of 5 questions  Arrange from most important to least important  All questions presented/answered in the study  Scope and Delimitation of the Study  The strength and the weakness of the study  Advantages and disadvantages  The overall coverage of the study  Significance of the Study  Specific person who will benefit the study  Present the specific benefit of the study  Definition of Terms  Two types of definitions Operational - How the term used in the study  Theoretical - Definitions comes from books * Indicate the resources Chapter II: Review of Related Literature and Studies  Conceptual Literature  Articles or books written by authorities giving their opinions, experience, theories and ideas  At least 3-5  Related Studies  Unpublished materials(thesis)
  3. 3.  At least 3-5  Synthesis  Comparison(similarities and differences of related studies to the proposed study) Chapter III: Research Methodology  Research design  Select 1 theory from the theoretical framework  Data Gathering Instrument  Instruments used in collecting or gathering information  Examples:observation,interview,library research and online research  Data gathering procedure  Step by step procedure in collecting information Chapter IV Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data  Present the study based on statement of the problem  From most important to least important  Indicates the screenshots  All the screenshots should have the screen shoot number, description and explanation. Chapter V: Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations  Summary  Based on the statement of the problem  A paragraph for each problem  Conclusion  Based on the general problem of the study  One paragraph and it can be 3 sentences only  Recommendation  Based on the delimitation of the study
  4. 4. Reminder of the thesis should be in the following order  Title page  Approval Sheet  Acknowledgment  Dedication  Thesis Abstract  Table of Contents  List of Figures  List of Screenshots  Main text of the thesis(Chapter1-5)  Bibliography or List of References  Appendices(code,letter proposal,curriculum vitae,registration form,certification) FORMAT  Margins  All copies of a thesis must have the following uniform margins throughout the entire document:  Left: 1 1/2″  Right: 1″  Bottom: 1″  Top: 1″  Exceptions: The title page, abstract, first page of the dedication, acknowledgements(s) ,first page of the table of contents, and the first page of each chapter (including the introduction, ) begin 2″ from the top of the page.
  5. 5. Font style/Fontsize  To ensure clear and legible text for all copies, 12 points in size. Superscripts and subscripts (e.g., formulas, footnote numbers) should be no more than 2 points smaller than the font size used for the body of the text.  use standard fonts such as Times New Roman or Arial. Pagination  Use lower case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, iv, etc.) on all pages preceding the first page of chapter one. The title page counts as page i, but the number does not appear. Therefore, the first page showing a number will be page ii (the copyright page or first page of the abstract if not including a copyright page).  Arabic numerals (beginning with 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) start at chapter one or the introduction, if applicable, and include the text, illustrations, notes, and any other materials that follow. The first page of each chapter should be counted when you paginate the thesis, but should not be identified with any numeral. Thus, the second page of chapter one is the first to show an Arabic numeral: 2. Do not use page numbers accompanied by letters, hyphens, periods, or parentheses (e.g. 1., 1-2, -1-, (1), and 1a).  Center all page numbers at the bottom of the page 1/2″ from the bottom edge. Appendices  It should appear at the end of the document, not the chapter to which they pertain. When there is more than one appendix, assign each appendix a number or a letter heading (e.g., Appendix 1D, Appendix One, or Appendix A) and a descriptive title.  The heading(s) should be centered and appear 1″ below the top of the page. All headings and titles must appear in the table of contents. All appendix pages should be numbered with Arabic numerals, continued from and subject to the same guidelines as the rest of the document. Bibliography/References  Required to list all the references.  Select an appropriate heading (such as Bibliography, Works Cited, References, or Sources Consulted). It should be centered and appear 1″ below the top of the page. All bibliography pages should be numbered with Arabic numbers, continued from and subject to the same guidelines as the rest of the document.  Citations are single-spaced within each entry and double-spaced between entries.

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