Physical Education - Developing a research question
Developing a research question
* Don't choose too young a group. You will be surveying this group and
you want participants to be able to clearly answer your questions.
* Try to pick a group that is fairly specific. It makes it easier if you
have a tight sample group. A school team is often ideal as you have easy
access to your target group for surveys etc.
* Try to make your research question positive. Don't have a contention
that looks at why a particular group doesn't do something.
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