What is simple and compound sentences and examples?
Sometimes, we want to join simple sentences together to form one sentence. When we join two or more independent clauses into one sentence, we have a compound sentence. Compound sentences are sentences that contain two or more independent clauses and no dependent clauses. I kicked the ball, and it hit Tom.
How do you write results and discussion in qualitative research?
Q: How to write the Discussion section in a qualitative paper?
- Begin by discussing the research question and talking about whether it was answered in the research paper based on the results.
- Highlight any unexpected and/or exciting results and link them to the research question.
How do you explain results and discussion?
- Don t repeat results.
- Order simple to complex (building to conclusion); or may state conclusion first.
- Conclusion should be consistent with study objectives/research question.
- Emphasize what is new, different, or important about your results.
- Consider alternative explanations for the results.
- Limit speculation.
How do you write a research discussion?
Begin the discussion with an opening paragraph summarizing the purpose and main approach of the study:
- 1 sentence reiterating the purpose of the study.
- 1 sentence stating the main approach.
- 2-3 sentences summarizing the main findings.
- 1 sentence stating the main conclusions.
How do you use discussion in a sentence?
- [S] [T] Tom led the discussion. (
- [S] [T] It’s not up for discussion. (
- [S] [T] I took part in the discussion. (
- [S] [T] They entered into a discussion. (
- [S] [T] We took part in the discussion. (
- [S] [T] We’ve had this discussion before. (
- [S] [T] We’ve had this discussion already. (
What is a research discussion?
Definition. The purpose of the discussion is to interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was already known about the research problem being investigated and to explain any new understanding or insights that emerged as a result of your study of the problem.
What is results and discussion in research?
The results section is a section containing a description about the main findings of a research, whereas the discussion section interprets the results for readers and provides the significance of the findings.
What are 10 examples of compound sentences?
- I like coffee. Mary likes tea. → I like coffee, and Mary likes tea.
- Mary went to work. John went to the party. I went home. → Mary went to work, but John went to the party, and I went home.
- Our car broke down. We came last. → Our car broke down; we came last.
What is the purpose of discussion of the findings in research?
Definition. The purpose of the discussion is to interpret and describe the significance of your findings in light of what was already known about the research problem being investigated, and to explain any new understanding or fresh insights about the problem after you’ve taken the findings into consideration.
Had discussed or had a discussion?
Both the terms refer to past events(though, ‘have discussed’ is considered as present perfect tense). ‘Had discussed’ is always used when you are referring to a past event that’s past with respect to another past event. Basically, ‘had discussed(past participle of any verb)’ took place a long time back.
How do you present research findings in a presentation?
How to present research findings
- Know your audience in advance.
- Tailor your presentation to that audience.
- Highlight the context.
- Policy or practice recommendations.
- Include recommendations that are actionable and that help your audience.
- Time and practise what you do.
- Avoid powerpointlessness.
- Visualise your data: try infographics!
What is simple sentence and its examples?
A simple sentence has the most basic elements that make it a sentence: a subject, a verb, and a completed thought. Examples of simple sentences include the following: Joe waited for the train. “Joe” = subject, “waited” = verb. The train was late.
How do you show research findings?
- Present results in tables and figures.
- Use text to introduce tables and figures and guide the reader through key results.
- Point out differences and relationships, and provide information about them.
- Include negative results (then try to explain them in the Discussion section/chapter)