Design and Procedure1. Is the design appropriate for answering the questions or testing thehypotheses of the study?
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https://biologydirect.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/1745-6150-7-27A guide for critique of research articles.This has been taken from: http://web.csulb.edu/~arezaei/ETEC551/critiqueguide.htmthe critique must be two double-spaced pages maximum.References do not count towards the page count.Following is the list of criteria to evaluate (critique) a research article. Please notethat you should first summarize the paper and then evaluate different parts of it.The following list is a guide for you to organize your evaluation. It is recommendedto organize your evaluation in this order, you should address highlighted questions.IntroductionProblem- Is the educational significance of the problem discussed?Review of Related Literature1. Is the review comprehensive?2. Are all cited references relevant to the problem under investigation?Hypotheses1. Are specific questions to be answered listed or specific hypotheses to betested stated?MethodsSubjects3. Is the method of sample selection described one that is likely to result ina representative, unbiased sample?Instruments5. Is instrument validity discussed and coefficients given if appropriate?6. Is reliability discussed in terms of type and size of reliability coefficients?Design and Procedure1. Is the design appropriate for answering the questions or testing thehypotheses of the study?Results1. Are appropriate descriptive or inferential statistics presented?Discussion (Conclusions and Recommendation)1. Is each result discussed in terms of the original hypothesis to which itrelates?2. Is each result discussed in terms of its agreement or disagreement withprevious resultsobtained by other researchers in other studies?Additional general questions to be answered in your critique.6. What is (are) the major finding(s)?