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Observation Checklist/Schedule:

This section Refer to the section on observation technique given in subsection which describes  the phenomenon  that can be observed and types of observations. 

i) Definition Observation  is a  technique for  collecting data through occurrences that  can be observed  through senses with or without mechanical  devices. There are two parts,  i.e.  someone  is observing  or  observer and there  is  something to be observed. 

There are different instruments that can be used for collecting  data  through observation, this section we will  be primarily describing development of observation schedule and checklists.  

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