Caribbean Studies Internal Assesment

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Table of Contents

Page 1.Cover Page

Page 2.Table of Contents

Page 3.Introduction

Page 7.Literature Reviews

Page 11.Data Collection Sources

Page 13.Presentation of Findings

Page 23.Explanation of Findings

Page 25.Interpretation of Findings

Page 29.Discussions of Findings

Page 31.Conclusion, Limitations & Recommendations

Page 35. Bibliography

Page 36. Appendix.


Problem Statement

Does the participation in extra-curricular activities impact the mentality( what do you mean by meantality) and academic performance of the students within Trinity College?

Relevance of Topic to Caribbean Studies.

I choose this topic in relevance to Caribbean Studies because it has become quite prominent amongst my colleagues for many of them choosing to be involved in extracurricular activities. From as early as form one and even prior in Primary School, many people are involved in these activities. As active as the members are in their respected practices, it has come to my attention that not all of them end up on the “good side of life”. Many drop out of school, dwell in mediocrity for more than 3 years or just get lead amongst the wrong paths in life. From visual experience, this is very well-known in the Caribbean and this study will clarify the possible outcomes of being involved in chosen activities, the effects on the students lives and to what extent. Did they tell you it is okay to write in 1st person or do you have to write in 3rd person? Instead of I chose this topic maybe…. This topic was chosen because there are several individuals who currently engage in….. etc

Statement of the Problem

As early as the 19th century, the implementation of extracurricular activities into school was being looked into. This was (looked upon) maybe discussed or attempts were made to implement etc… but looked upon seem very strange here by several...
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