RESEARCH
OBJECTIVES
Modified by:
Zennifer L. Oberio
From the presentation
Prepared by:
Harold P. Mediodia
Statement
Questions
or
•Provide the general direction in the
conduct of the research
•Used as guides in the specifying the
variables of the study...
generic statement which
describes in broad terms what the
study wishes to accomplish
General Objectives
identify in the detail in measurable
terms the aims of the research
it breaks down what needs to be
accomplished into smal...
Example 1:
General Objectives :
To determine the antihyperglycemic
property of ampalaya diet on white mice
Specific Object...
Example 2
General Objectives :
To propagate yellow sweet corn using
tissue culture.
Specific Objectives:
1.To measure leng...
S - specific
•To study fruit flies.
•To determine the effect of environmental
factors on light waves.
•To determine the ef...
To study fruit flies.
could be..
To determine the reproductive capacity of
Drosophila melanogaster exposed to
gamma radiat...
•To identify the role of mangroves on the
population of mollusks
•To determine the significance of sunlight on
Vibrio
The ...
To identify the role of mangroves on
the population of mollusks.
could be…
To compare the relative abundance of
gastropods...
• To map the gene sequence of different varieties of
banana.
• To compare the growth and development of hornbills
in a dis...
The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
R - result-based
• To appreciate the importance of antennae in insects.
• To describe the inheritance of left-handedness on
human being.
• To compute for the rate of decay of radioactive
isotope...
S – specific
M – measurable
A – attainable
R – result-based
T – time bound
The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
In studying objectives avoid using …
• To study
• To know
• To research
Reminder:
Instead you have a lot of choices …
And a lot more…
•To identify
•To measure
•To compare
•To develop
•To describe
•To clas...
1. Objective to gather data
2. Objective to analyze data
3. Objective to develop a product
KINDS OF SPECIFIC
OBJECTIVES
1.To identify the diatoms found on each sample
substrate up to the species level of classification;
2. To compare for the ...
To compare the swim times (I minutes ) of
mice before and after undergoing a two-
week VCO diet.
To determine the relation...
1. To design a log box that will use a light sensor
to read bar-coded cards.
2. To design cards with different bar code
co...
1. Units for parameters
2. Accurate technical or scientific
terminologies
3. For developmental studies :Measurable
outcome...
References:
Cadomigara, m..2002. Fundamentals of research,
Methods and Models. Mindset Publishing, Inc. Iloilo City.
Pyrcz...
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  1. 1. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES Modified by: Zennifer L. Oberio From the presentation Prepared by: Harold P. Mediodia
  2. 2. Statement Questions or
  3. 3. •Provide the general direction in the conduct of the research •Used as guides in the specifying the variables of the study •The choice of the research design to be used , the data to be collected, as well as the interpretation of results all depend upon the objectives developed. The Research Objectives
  4. 4. generic statement which describes in broad terms what the study wishes to accomplish General Objectives
  5. 5. identify in the detail in measurable terms the aims of the research it breaks down what needs to be accomplished into smaller , logical components Specific Objectives
  6. 6. Example 1: General Objectives : To determine the antihyperglycemic property of ampalaya diet on white mice Specific Objectives: 1.To measure the blood glucose level of white mice before and after ampalaya diet. 2. To compare the blood glucose levels of white mice before and after ampalaya diet.
  7. 7. Example 2 General Objectives : To propagate yellow sweet corn using tissue culture. Specific Objectives: 1.To measure length of shoots of yellow sweet corn grown using callus culture three weeks after transplantation. 2. To compute for the proliferation rate of yellow sweet corn using callus culture.
  8. 8. S - specific •To study fruit flies. •To determine the effect of environmental factors on light waves. •To determine the effect of mulching on plants.To produce a robot. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
  9. 9. To study fruit flies. could be.. To determine the reproductive capacity of Drosophila melanogaster exposed to gamma radiation in terms of number and sex ratio of the offspring
  10. 10. •To identify the role of mangroves on the population of mollusks •To determine the significance of sunlight on Vibrio The S-M-A-R-T Objectives M - measurable
  11. 11. To identify the role of mangroves on the population of mollusks. could be… To compare the relative abundance of gastropods in natural and rehabilitated mangrove forests in Panay Island
  12. 12. • To map the gene sequence of different varieties of banana. • To compare the growth and development of hornbills in a disturbed and undisturbed forests. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives A - attainable
  13. 13. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives R - result-based • To appreciate the importance of antennae in insects.
  14. 14. • To describe the inheritance of left-handedness on human being. • To compute for the rate of decay of radioactive isotopes. The S-M-A-R-T Objectives T – time bound
  15. 15. S – specific M – measurable A – attainable R – result-based T – time bound The S-M-A-R-T Objectives
  16. 16. In studying objectives avoid using … • To study • To know • To research Reminder:
  17. 17. Instead you have a lot of choices … And a lot more… •To identify •To measure •To compare •To develop •To describe •To classify •To test •To analyze •To compute •To differentiate
  18. 18. 1. Objective to gather data 2. Objective to analyze data 3. Objective to develop a product KINDS OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
  19. 19. 1.To identify the diatoms found on each sample substrate up to the species level of classification; 2. To compare for the relative abundance (in percentage) of each diatom species; and 3. To compute for the species diversity (in rats ) of diatoms found in the river. Objective to gather data
  20. 20. To compare the swim times (I minutes ) of mice before and after undergoing a two- week VCO diet. To determine the relationship between concentration of glucose (g/L) and voltage generated (mV) by E. coli. Objective to analyze data
  21. 21. 1. To design a log box that will use a light sensor to read bar-coded cards. 2. To design cards with different bar code combinations –each combination will correspond to a different individual. 3. To create a computer program that will display the employee’s name, date time in or time out and store them in a database. Objective to develop a product
  22. 22. 1. Units for parameters 2. Accurate technical or scientific terminologies 3. For developmental studies :Measurable outcomes , phases of development IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS
  23. 23. References: Cadomigara, m..2002. Fundamentals of research, Methods and Models. Mindset Publishing, Inc. Iloilo City. Pyrczak, F., Bruce, R.R.2003. Writing Empirical Research Reports (4th Ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Pyrczak Publishing .
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