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INQUIRIES, INVESTIGATION
& IMMERSION (3iS)
Reporting findings, drawing
conclusions, and making
recommendations
Lesson2 Drawing Conclusions
1. Which choice shows words and phrases that
could signal a concluding paragraph?
A. before too long, for instance, and next
B. finally, in short, to summarize
C. of course and again, elsewhere
D. now, and then
2. Which of the following statements about conclusions is
FALSE?
A. A good conclusion must be at least two paragraphs
long.
B. In a short paper, a conclusion can be a few
sentences long
C. In some situations, a good conclusion can be a
single, strong sentence.
D. the last part is the idea of how you conclude your
work
3. This is a section in the research paper that focuses on
providing a comprehensive summary of the findings and
points out what were learned from the study.
a. Summary
b. Conclusion
c. Recommendations
d. References
4.Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the
research conclusion?
a. It stresses out the importance of the thesis
statement
b. It gives the written work a sense of completeness
c. It does not leave a final impression to the readers
d. It demonstrates good organization.

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INQUIRIES, INVESTIGATION & IMMERSION (3iS)_4thCO.pptx

  • 1. INQUIRIES, INVESTIGATION & IMMERSION (3iS) Reporting findings, drawing conclusions, and making recommendations
  • 3. 1. Which choice shows words and phrases that could signal a concluding paragraph? A. before too long, for instance, and next B. finally, in short, to summarize C. of course and again, elsewhere D. now, and then
  • 4. 2. Which of the following statements about conclusions is FALSE? A. A good conclusion must be at least two paragraphs long. B. In a short paper, a conclusion can be a few sentences long C. In some situations, a good conclusion can be a single, strong sentence. D. the last part is the idea of how you conclude your work
  • 5. 3. This is a section in the research paper that focuses on providing a comprehensive summary of the findings and points out what were learned from the study. a. Summary b. Conclusion c. Recommendations d. References
  • 6. 4.Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the research conclusion? a. It stresses out the importance of the thesis statement b. It gives the written work a sense of completeness c. It does not leave a final impression to the readers d. It demonstrates good organization.
  • 7. Hopscotch - Hopscotch is an old traditional game that still brings loads of fun and laughter in the playground.
  • 8. Directions: Students will be given two (2) mystery questions. These mysteries should be answered by providing answers to the problems. The aim of each group is to derive conclusions from each scenario. Before presenting their responses, they must leap over the hopscotch and solve the math challenges.
  • 9. Math Challenge Problem 1: Mary baked 24 cupcakes and John baked 15 cupcakes. How many cupcakes did they bake in total? Problem 2: John has P25 and his friend Sarah gives him P15. How much money does John have now?
  • 10. Outputs: - Group 1 will present their conclusion through choral reading - Group 2 will have reading interpretation.
  • 11. Rubrics: Organization of thoughts - 5 Cooperation - 5 Overall Understanding - 5
  • 12. Example: Situation: Scientists have studied plate tectonics and have identified various factors that contribute to the movement of Earth's tectonic plates. Consider the following scenario and select the correct cause of plate movement. You notice that along a particular plate boundary, two plates are colliding. As a result of this collision, one plate is forced beneath the other and sinks into the mantle. This process is known as subduction and often leads to the formation of mountain ranges and volcanic activity. What is the cause of plate movement in this scenario? A) Earth's rotation and axial tilt. B) Gravitational pull from other planets. C) Convection currents in the asthenosphere. D) Compression and gravitational forces at plate boundaries. Answer: D) Compression and gravitational forces at plate boundaries. Explanation: In this scenario, the cause of plate movement is compression and gravitational forces at plate boundaries. When two plates collide, the leading edge of one plate is forced beneath the other due to the compressional forces exerted by the convergent boundary. The force of gravity also plays a role as the denser plate sinks into the underlying mantle, a process known as subduction. This movement of plates results in the formation of mountain ranges and volcanic activity, such as the Andes or the Cascades.
  • 13. Situation 1: You observe that the Earth's lithosphere consists of several large tectonic plates that are constantly in motion. Scientists have studied plate tectonics and have identified potential causes for this movement. What are the possible causes of plate movement? A) Volcanic eruptions and meteorite impacts. B) Changes in ocean currents and wind patterns. C) Gravitational pull from the Sun and the Moon. D) Movement of the currents in the Earth's mantle. Answer: D) Movement of the currents in the Earth's
  • 14. Situation 2: You examine the distribution of earthquakes and volcanic activity across the globe. You notice that most earthquakes and volcanoes occur along plate boundaries. Based on this observation, what are the possible causes of plate movement? A) Expansion and contraction of the Earth's crust. B) Interactions between the Earth's magnetic field and the plates. C) Geological forces exerted by underground minerals. D) Forces generated at plate boundaries due to plate interactions. Answer 2: D) Forces generated at plate boundaries due to
  • 15. Let the learners reflect on the activity through the facilitation of these questions: 1.How do you see the importance of arriving at conclusions through the given activity? 2.How did you come up with your answers? 3. Is drawing conclusions limited to academic purposes only? If not, in what way it contributes to other areas?
  • 17. OBJECTIVES: 1. appreciate the significance of the conclusion; and 2. draw conclusions from situations, tables, and sample research findings.
  • 18. Rubrics: Organization of thoughts - 5 Overall Understanding - 5
  • 19. 1. What are the findings? 2. What conclusion can be derived from the summary of findings?
  • 20. Group 1: The Scores of Respondents in Science Before and After the Implementation of the Tech- based.
  • 21. Group 2. Extent of distribution of respondents in terms of Length of Service
  • 22. Match the summary of findings to the given set of conclusions. Explain your answer: Summary of findings: 1. The researchers ascertain that the frequent beneficiaries of computer beneficiaries of computers are students. 2. The researchers found out that computer improves the academic performance and interest of students. 3. The researcher found out that the computer is an effective stress reliever. Conclusion: 1. The researchers concluded that computer has a lot of benefits through academic-based activities. 2. Nowadays, most of students commonly use computers to lessen work. 3. The researchers concluded that playing computer games or using computers improves the ability of a person to relieve
  • 24. Please reflect on the importance of drawing conclusions: 1.What are the striking lyrics that you remember from the song? 2. What are the real-life scenarios that helped you realize the importance of drawing conclusions? 3. What conclusions can we derive from the song? Complete, I, therefore, conclude that conclusions are….
  • 25. QUIZ: 1.In a survey conducted among 500 people, 80% of them reported exercising regularly, maintaining a balanced diet, and getting enough sleep. Additionally, 90% of these individuals reported feeling energetic and having a positive outlook on life. A) Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and sufficient sleep positively impact energy levels and overall well-being. B) Most people surveyed do not engage in regular exercise, maintain a balanced diet, or get enough sleep. C) The survey data is unreliable and does not accurately reflect the habits and feelings of the general population. D) Engaging in regular exercise, maintaining a balanced diet, and getting enough sleep have no correlation with energy levels and overall well-being.
  • 26. 2. From the reader's perspective, a good conclusion should ________ A. introduce a different topic so the reader wants to investigate whole new concept. B. finish with a strong statement that summarizes the topic and satisfies the reader. C. restate the exact wording of your theme so the reader gets your point. D. say it as it is.
  • 27. 3. Grandpa sees that his chocolate cake is all gone. Brad has crumbs on his mouth. What do you think happened? A. Brad baked his own cake. B. Brad needs to brush his teeth better. C. Brad ate Grandpa's chocolate cake. D. Brad ate Grandpa
  • 28. 4. How can a good conclusion help to unify an essay or paper? A. by ending with a story, quote, or statement that connects to the main manuscript B. by apologizing in the last paragraph for the weak manuscript at the beginning C. by restating the thesis-word for word- as it was written in the introduction D. by using inferences
  • 29. 5. In which situation should you AVOID summarizing the main points of your paper in the conclusion? A. when the paper is fairly long and complex B. when the reader needs a summary of a variety of technical information C. when the paper is brief and the key points are clear to the reader. D. All of the above
  • 31. Assignment: Do chapter 5 of your manuscript. Drop the files on this drive: https://drive.google.com/drive/folde rs/102v6aLIP-Q89QgY38oOA2h- UtyLZqa2f?usp=sharing
  • 32. References: Angeline M. (2016). Practical Research 2 Quantitative Research for Senior High School (Applied Subject). Metro Manila: LORIMAR PUBLISHING, INC.p. 119-120 Cristobal, Jr. Amadeo P., Cristobal, Maura Consolacion D. (2017). Practical Research 1 for Senior High School. Quezon City: C & E Publishing Inc. p. 240-244; Online: https://study.com/academy/practice/quiz-worksheet-drawing- conclusions-from-a-reading-passage.html

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  6. Lessons in Grde 1o Scienceb
  7. Explanation: One of the primary causes of plate movement is convection currents in the Earth's mantle. Heat generated from the Earth's core drives these currents, which transfer heat through the mantle. As the mantle material heats up and becomes less dense, it rises. Once it reaches the top, it cools down, becomes denser, and sinks back down. This cyclic movement of material in the mantle creates a dragging effect on the overlying tectonic plates, leading to their motion.
  8. Explanation: The primary cause of plate movement is the forces generated at plate boundaries due to plate interactions. Plates can interact in three main ways: divergent boundaries (plates move apart), convergent boundaries (plates collide), and transform boundaries (plates slide past each other horizontally). These interactions lead to the build-up of stress and release of energy, resulting in earthquakes and volcanic activity. The occurrence of earthquakes and volcanoes along plate boundaries supports the conclusion that the forces generated at these boundaries cause plate movement.