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CHAPTER III
METHODOLOGY
Research Design
The descriptive design of research was used for this study. The descriptive method of research is used to gather information about the present existing condition. The emphasis is on describing rather than on judging or interpreting. The aim of descriptive research is to verify formulated hypotheses that refer to the present situation in order to elucidate it. The descriptive approach is quick and practical in terms of the financial aspect. Moreover, this method allows a flexible approach, thus, when important new issues and questions arise during the duration of the study, further investigation may be conducted.
Sampling Design
The method of sampling design used in the study is purposive sampling. Purposive sampling is a sampling method in which students are chosen based on purpose of the study. In this method the researcher will attempt to zero in on the target group, the researcher asking or interviewing the students whomever who have teacher parent or relative. After getting the respondents the researcher will have the students answering the questionnaire. The researchers used the questionnaire method for all the students of Benedictine Institute of Learning. Purposive sampling is popular in qualitative research. Purposive sampling does not produce a sample that is representative of a larger population, but it can be exactly what is needed in some cases. The general theme here is that the biggest question any researcher needs to ask the students what exactly the researcher wants to accomplished.
Data Collection Method
The researchers used the checklist questionnaire for the data collection method because this method can easily be understood by the respondents and can be answered in a short period of time. Checklist questionnaires also provide standardized answers in which all the respondents will answer exactly the…...

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