- 1 How do you structure a discussion section?
- 2 What should a discussion section include?
- 3 How do you write a discussion and results section?
- 4 What is an example of discussion?
- 5 How do you end a discussion essay?
- 6 How do you start a discussion?
- 7 What is the discussion method?
- 8 What is the difference between results and discussion?
- 9 How do you write a good conclusion and recommendation?
- 10 How do you write implications?
- 11 What does a discussion look like?
- 12 What is the difference between discussion and conclusion?
How do you structure a discussion section?
The discussion section can be written in 3 parts: an introductory paragraph, intermediate paragraphs and a conclusion paragraph. For intermediate paragraphs, a “divide and conquer” approach, meaning a full paragraph describing each of the study endpoints, can be used.
What should a discussion section include?
The discussion section contains the results and outcomes of a study. It should include:
- the results of your research,
- a discussion of related research, and.
- a comparison between your results and initial hypothesis.
How do you write a discussion and results section?
Tips to Write the Result Section
- Direct the reader to the research data and explain the meaning of the data.
- Avoid using a repetitive sentence structure to explain a new set of data.
- Write and highlight your important findings in your results.
- Use the same order as the subheadings of the methods section.
What is an example of discussion?
An example of a discussion is when two or more people disagree and decide to sit down and talk out their different opinions. Conversation or debate concerning a particular topic. There was then a long discussion of whether to capitalize words like “east”. This topic is not open to discussion.
How do you end a discussion essay?
Your conclusion should:
- Restate your hypothesis or research question.
- Restate your major findings.
- Tell the reader what contribution your study has made to the existing literature.
- Highlight any limitations of your study.
- State future directions for research/recommendations.
How do you start a discussion?
How to start a conversation
- Ask for information.
- Pay a compliment.
- Comment on something pleasant.
- Introduce yourself.
- Offer help.
- Ask for help.
- Mention a shared experience.
- Ask for an opinion.
What is the discussion method?
Discussion methods are a variety of forums for open-ended, collaborative exchange of ideas among a teacher and students or among students for the purpose of furthering students thinking, learning, problem solving, understanding, or literary appreciation.
What is the difference between results and discussion?
The results chapter or section simply and objectively reports what you found, without speculating on why you found these results. The discussion interprets the meaning of the results, puts them in context, and explains why they matter.
How do you write a good conclusion and recommendation?
be written to relate directly to the aims of the project as stated in the Introduction. indicate the extent to which the aims have been achieved. summarise the key findings, outcomes or information in your report. acknowledge limitations and make recommendations for future work (where applicable)
How do you write implications?
How do you write Implications for practice? Draft a paragraph or two of discussion for each implication. In each paragraph, assert the Implication for Practice and link to the finding in your study. Then provide a discussion which demonstrates how practice could be implemented or how a specific audience will benefit.
What does a discussion look like?
A discussion is interactive. We listen to each other, paying attention to what the other person is saying. Afterward, what we say responds to what they just said. In a discussion, ignoring the other person’s point or talking over them is considered bad behavior.
What is the difference between discussion and conclusion?
DISCUSSION provides the explanation and interpretation of results or findings by comparing with the findings in prior studies. CONCLUSION is to write the output of the work/ investigations in summarized form.