the distance of the earth to the moon is equal as the distance of the moon to the sun
First of all, you have to be very careful about what you mean by context. You have to define context based on your research objectives, because it can mean different things such as a particular team or group, an organisation, community, society, country, culture...etc. Second, the importance of context is that it gives meaning to your research. Simply, it helps shape your research. For example, if you are using multiple cases to explore X topic, using evidence from different countries, context is an essential means to help you explain why what can work in one context it is not necessarily that it works in others...
the examples of opening and closing speech:
good morning/afternoon ladies and gentlemen. it is my honor and previlage to conduct this special (name of the occasion). and now i am in here to talk about my (your speech)
thank you for your wonderful patience. and thats all for today. thank you for listening.
(that is the way of speech for me, but its your own decision if you want to add something : ) )
13. a. motivate your reader to learn more about the subject
15. a. it is written in second hand person voice.
16. e. statement of the problem
18. d. researcher’s involvement
19. a. major problem
20. a. how did election start according to philippine history?
21. b. subject selection based on locality
22. c. study of a bounded entity
23. d. qualitative
24. d. falsification of documents
25. d. critical readers become curious analysts.
sorry hindi ko ala yung iba dyan eh