Social Studies Sba Sample

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CXC SOCIAL STUDIES PROJECT SCHOOL BASED ASSESMENT (S.B.A) (YEAR 2011) NAME OF CANDIDATE: SCHOOL: CENTRE #: CANDIDATE #: TITLE: The Level of Alcohol Use among Students of My School. TERITORY: Acknowledgement The successful completion of this study would not have been possible without the assistance and cooperation of a number of people. Consequently, I would like to thank GOD for giving me the strength to complete this study. I would like to thank the students of the St. Catherine High School for their massive support and valuable time spent on answering the questionnaire given. Members of my family have been a constant source of encouragement and…show more content…
* Information was not time consuming. * Suitable for facts and statistics. QUESTIONNAIRE Dear Respondent, I am a student of the St. Catherine High School conducting a research on the topic alcohol use among students of my school, for my CSEC social studies School Base Assessment. You are asked to fill out this questionnaire best as possible. You are not required to state your name so your identity will not be known. This is not a test so there is no right or wrong answers. Most questions has a check box like this [] and other specific instructions are supplied where necessary. Thanks for your co-operation Yours sincerely D.Stewart 1. Gender: Male [] Female [] 2. Occupation:_____________________ 3. How long have you been a member of the Pentecostal Denomination? Under 1 year [] 1-5 [] 6-10 [] Over 10 years [] 4. What do you think the term Pentecostal is derived from? Christ [] Faith [] Pentecost [] Holy Spirit [] 5. How do you think students are introduced to alcohol? At home with family [] Experiment with friends [] Underage drinking [] Others_______________ (Please specify) 6. Approximately what age do you think students start consuming alcohol? 10-12 [] 13-15 [] 16-18 [] 19 and over [] 7. How often, on the average, do you think students drink? Weekly [] Monthly [] Occasionally [] 8.

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