Salam ( Peace be upon you readers)
Bis millahi rahmanir rahim ( In the name of God the most beneficient and most benevolent)
This is a small writing on how to conclude your research work. I would like to dedicate this to my malaysian students/ friends who are trying to put the final words on their masters / PhD work. Let me call it the first draft for s/he must show their work to their supervisor for the final approval regarding this concluding chapter only.
All chapters in a thesis has an introduction.
So my advice is in your introduction it is wise to declare whether this is a quantitative work, qualititative work or a mixture of both/ experimentation/ programming etc etc. This can help the readers to proceed with knowing your work in advance.
So the structure of this chapter is
introduction/ a quasi-experimental research. Pre- Experiment - Post Test + Control
contents - your contribution to the body of knowledge (BOK)
limitations of your work
THE END ( smile please)
Brief history of your work.
Research Questions RQ1, RQ2, RQ3 etc etc.
- The medium of instruction in the CD (CDiCL) was in English
- The study was run for the first eight weeks of the first semester of certificate engineering programmes of Polytechnic Kota Bharu, Kelantan. During this time , some administration of the students were not yet finalised especially the funding aspects of their studies. However, this is the time when algebra is taught for the certificate engineering students.
- The content of the CDiCL was pre-algebra (factorization, simplification and word problem solving which was equivalent to GCE’O’ Levels ) only.
- The CDiCL should be used throughout the first two semesters of the certificate engineering programmes/ why? Then we can see its (CDiCL) suitability and proper adaptation between algebra and calculus in engineering