Cleanliness of Schools Essay
A Research Proposal
Ms. Elvie Santos of the Languages Department
Elizabeth Seton School-South
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English IV
Isaiah Marie Ursolino
Jesse Christi Monsalve
Mary Mayryche Foz
March 19, 2012
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – The Problem and Its Background 3 Introduction 3 Statement of the Problem 4 Scope and Limitations 5 Assumptions 5 Significance of the Study 6 Definition of Terms 7
Chapter 2 – Review of Related Literature 9
Chapter 3 – …show more content…
Scope and Limitations The results of this research were based on the Elizabeth Seton School-South community. The respondents for this survey involved only three sections, which were randomly picked from Grade Six to Fourth year High School, and also teachers of the school. This research only covers the following: * Places in ESS-South which are categorized to be dirty * Effects of these unclean places on people and the community, and * Some suggestions or recommendations for a cleaner and better place.
This research may not necessarily be applied to other schools whether public or private. This was intended to make improvements for the cleanliness of the Elizabeth Seton School-South.
Assumptions The following assumptions were made for this study: * The bathroom is considered to be the most unsanitized area in the school. * Classrooms, where different kinds of activities are conducted, are also considered one of the dirtiest especially after the dismissal time of students. * Unclean schools produce insensitive students. If the students get used to these kinds of places, then they will not learn cleanliness properly. * Diseases can be brought about by these unsanitized places to the students, such as allergies, asthma, cholera,