Chalk Out of Seashells

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CHAPTER I

”CHALK OUT OF SEASHELLS’

A. Background of the Study

More people used to collect seashells for fun and for past time. They made decorations, jewelries

And even accessories for a doll out of it. But don’t you know that aside from those things;

Seashell can also make into a much useful thing. We are aware that education is the most

Powerful key for us to succeed. And to support this, we need some facilities and materials for us

to make it easier and clearer. Of course, we know that we already have some modernized

Equipments, but still, for those hopeless countries and people who also want to be sent in school,

Even a worst facility matters. We already have whiteboards that just need markers and projectors

As the most modernized. But still, the origin of those is just a simple blackboard and a piece of

Chalk. So, we, the researchers, made some trials and errors from different raw materials to be

Made into a more durable chalk. Until to that moment that we have agreed and succeed in one ofOur trials, to make a chalk out of seashells.

 

 
B. Statement of the Problem
The price of almost all commercialized or local products continuously increasing. And this is a

Big aspect to be considered in schooling. Some of the schools don’t have enough support from

Government and this thing brings difficulties for us students.

C. Significance of the Study

This study opens another way for us people to be able to save and make chalks that is much

Durable with long-lasting use that will take part in our study. The study was conducted as A remedy for the common problem of spending much in. And it also helps us to gain money when

You make this as your business affair. We can also make some raw materials that we thought to

Be useless, transformed into a much useful and improved thing.

 
D. DEFINITION OF TERMS

1.) Seashells – is a hard, rigid outer layer, which has evolved in a very...
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