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Effects of Electronic Devices in the Academic Performance of the Third Year Students in

Colegio de la Purisima Concepcion

Colegio de la Purisima Cencepcion

School of the Archdiocese of Capiz

Arnaldo Boulevard Street, Roxas City

Roxas City, Capiz

A Research Paper Presented to the

Faculty of the Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation

Of Colegio de la Purisima Cencepcion

Roxas City, Capiz

In Partial Fulfillment of the

Requirements of the Subject Research

Group 2

Dorado, Cyril Jay R.

Tozawa, Shitatsumi G.

Castro, Maria Queenny

Recopuerto, Gresha Lou

Depeña, Domel

Pardilla, Jan Mikel S.


The coverage of this chapter has seven parts, namely: Background of the study, Statement of the Problem, Theoretical Framework, Conceptual Framework, Significance of the Study, Scope and Delimitation and Definition of Terms.

Part One, Background of the Study, a comprehensive review of information surrounding and influencing your topic, the reason in choosing the problem and the theory for which the study was anchored.

Part Two, Statement of the Problem, clearly presents the nature and the scope of the research study.

Part Three, Theoretical Framework, is the structure that can hold or support a theory of a research study, introduces and describes the theory which explains why the research problem under study exists.

Part Four, Conceptual Framework, provide a context for interpreting the study findings.

Part Five, Significance of the Study, discusses the benefits that can be derived from the results of the study.

Part Six, Scope and Delimitation, presents the limits and the scope of the research study.

Part Seven, Definition of Terms, presents the conceptual and operational terms used in the study.

Chapter I


Background of the Study

Due to the upgrade of these gadgets in entertainment, students’ most likely focus on what entertains them than on what may help them in their studies or for...