An investigation into the use of metacognitive strategies to improve students’ literacy in a Second Form Integrated Science class at a Secondary School in Trinidad and Tobago.

An investigation into the use of metacognitive strategies to improve students’ literacy in a Second Form Integrated Science class at a Secondary School in
Trinidad and Tobago.

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Background of study:
– the description of the problem, its context and history (global, regional, local, district, theoretical) thoroughly clarifies the issue and research environment.
-Area of focus has been well conceptualized, that is your rationale: what actually influenced you to do the study; the issue/problem is clearly articulated in a way
that indicates that it is necessary and worthwhile, aligns with the background and clearly provides the purpose of the study.
– The intervention as a probable solution has been thoroughly justified against the nature of the problem.

Research Questions/hypotheses:
– Research questions/hypotheses are complete, clearly expressed and reflect the purpose of the study.

Significance of the study:
– the usefulness of the study has been justified against the gains that it brings to the immediate participants (researcher, students, dicipline, department and
school) in terms of the investment in time or resources in the project.