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TOPIC/LESSON NAME: Nature and Inquiry of Research


The learner demonstrates understanding of:

1. The importance of research in daily life


The learner is able to:

1. Use appropriate kinds of research in making decisions

Explains the importance of research in daily life


At the end of the lesson, the students will be able to:
1. Identify situations in real life that needs research
2. Examine the importance of research in daily life
3. Develop procedures to accomplish tasks in real life using
research through Inquiry-Based Learning


Reference: K12 Basic Education Curriculum Senior High School
Curriculum Guide.
Baraceros, Esther L. Practical Research p.2-3
Material: Copy of the text, Power Point presentation

A. Introduction: (3 minutes)
Recall previous sharing about research experience.
Reflect on the question (dont answer yet):
What do I know about research?
Why is research important even in our daily lives?

B. Motivation: (7 minutes)

1. Pair the students. Ask these questions:

1. After graduating from SHS, what would I like to do?
2. State two or three possible options.
Pick the answers of 3 pairs of students. Ask them to elaborate
on how they can accomplish their goals.

C. Guided Practice (5 minutes)

Purpose: Scaffolding and Inquiry Based Activity for student.
Learning by Doing.
Show the graph of IBL.
During the discussion with their seatmate, did they go
through these process?
Introduce the IBL process.

D. Independent Practice (15 minutes)

Group Activity
The class will be divided into five (5) groups.
Each group will have a problem task to solve using the IBL
After 15 minutes, the group will present in a creative manner the
process and solution to their given problem. Presentation time is
maximum 3 minutes.
At the end of the report, they will also state one good reason why
research is important in their daily life.
Be guided by the rubric.
As ABM students, the groups have to accomplish the following
tasks (one for each group).

1. How to apply for Mayors Permit

2. How to apply for a summer job (SPES)
3. How to order online from LAZADA
4. How to apply for admission in college of your choice
5. How to register a business name (DTI)

After the report, present the slides on the importance of research
in our daily lives. Compare it with the students report are these
learnings similar? Is there any additional reason that the
students missed or contributed? Discuss briefly.


Research in our daily lives is important and necessary

because it helps us solve actual problems. It also
promotes critical thinking in making sound decisions and
minimize the probability of wasting time on a certain
It promotes efficiency and effectiveness.

IV. EVALUATION (20 minutes)

Present the accomplished task. Groups will report in front of the

class. Five groups will present for a maximum of 3 minutes.
Fifteen minutes will be spent on presentation while five (5)
minutes is allocated for feedback.



Read about characteristics of research.

1.State at least 3 characteristics of research.
2.Properly cite sources.
3. Write this in your notebook.

Prepared by:

Marilou M. Nicart
Master Teacher I
Tapinac Senior High School
Division of Olongapo
The program assists poor but deserving students and out-of-school youths intending to
pursue their education by encouraging employment during summer, Christmas vacation
or any time of the year for students in the tertiary, technical, or vacational level.

Students/Out-of-School Youth (OSY)
1. At least 15 years of age but not more than 25 years old
2. Average passing grade during the last school year/term attended
3. Combined net income after tax of parents, including his/her own income,
if any, must not exceed the latest annual regional poverty threshold level
for a family of six (6) as determined and provided by the National
Economic and Development Authority (NEDA)
Any dependent of displaced or about to be displaced workers due to business
closures or work stoppages as reported to DOLE, may also apply under the
SPES provided he/she meets the qualifications.

1. Any person or entity employing at least 10 persons, including private
establishments, national government agencies, LGUs, government-
owned or controlled corporations, educational institutions, labor unions
and other similar organizations and associations may participate in the
Public Employment Service Office (PESO) having jurisdiction over their residence

1. Duly accomplished SPES Application Form (SPES Form 1)
2. Copy of birth certificate
3. Certificate by the School Registrar as to: - last enrollment; and - average
passing grade or a copy of the original class card or Form 138
4. Copy of the latest income tax return (ITR) of the applicant's parents or
certification issued by BIR that the parents are exempted from payment
of tax or certificate of indigency issued by the Barangay where the SPES
applicant resides
5. For OSY, certificate of good moral character issued by the authorized
barangay official where the OSY resides.
Pledges containing the number of vacancies, including the qualification
requirements to the DOLE through the PESO having jurisdiction over their place of


Choose your proposed business name

Before you register your business with the DTI, you should be ready with your
proposed business name. The following are guidelines for an acceptable and not
acceptable business name:

Acceptable business names:

The root word or words of the name shall be considered.

Describes the nature of business

Comprised solely of letters and/or numerals

Punctuation that are part of English and Filipino language

Steps for over-the-counter registration

A. Obtain application forms (duplicate copy) and fill these up completely. Only the
owner of the business or his/her Attorney-in-Fact (who is authorized in a proper
legal instrument) is authorized to sign all the forms.

B. Meet the following requirements (For Single Proprietorship):

Must be a Filipino citizen, at least 18 years old. Filipinos with names suggestive
of alien nationality must submit any of the following proof of citizenship: birth
certificate, PRC ID, voters ID, or valid passport. If the applicant has acquired
Filipino citizenship by naturalization, election, or by other means provided by law,
he must submit any of the following proof of his Filipino citizenship: naturalization
certificate and oath of allegiance, card issued by the Bureau of Immigration and
Deportation and affidavit of election, or ID card issued by the Bureau of
Immigration and Deportation.

Certain types of business may have other requirements such as service and
repair shops, real estate brokers, dental/medical clinic/hospitals, pawnshops,
manpower services, engineering/architectural services and other services
provided by professionals.

C. Submit application form to the DTI Processor. The DTI Processor will check if
the Business Name is still available, if yes, you will be asked to pay the
application fee.

D. Pay the required registration and processing fee.

New BN registration fees in effect

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) is now implementing the following
registration fees for business name registration (original and renewal) depending
on the territorial jurisdiction covered in the application:

a. Barangay: PHP 200.00

b. City / Municipality: PHP 500.00
c. Regional: PHP 1,000.00
d. National: PHP 2,000.00

For more information, please call DTI Direct at 751.3330.

E. After showing the receipt to the Processor, the Business Name Certificate will
be released.

F. Your Business Name Certificate is valid for 5 years from date of registration.

Register Online at www.bnrs.dti.gov.ph

1. Fill out application form by typing the required information (proposed business
name, TIN, name of registrant, address, etc.,).

2. Submit online and you will receive transaction reference number

acknowledgment via e-mail.

3. Submit the necessary documentation mention in the acknowledgment in DTI

office in your area. The reserve business name online is only up to 3 working

4. Pay your application. Payment can be through GCash or at the DTI teller. Fees
will depend on the territorial jurisdiction covered in the application (barangay,
City/municipality, regional or national).

Mayors permit

1. Barangay Clearance
2. DTI
3. SEC
4, Public Liability Insurance
5. Lease Contract
6. Tax Declaration
7. CTC