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a small class of students who are part of a larger course but are taught separately

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Perhaps the best way to start would be to include a separate headings for the discussion of limitation within the traditional discussion section, as already proposed.
Salage-Meyer [17] investigated the distribution of hedges across different rhetorical sections of medical research articles and reported that the discussion sections are the most heavily hedged sections, whereas the method section is the least hedged rhetorical section.
The origin of these research ideas is often from the discussion sections of previous research projects my students and I have done.
The Discussion section should start by clearly presenting the answer to the question, hypothesis, or goal of the study.
Each review paper has an accompanying discussion section which is compiled by an invited expert in the field.
The call for compromise was echoed in the discussion section of the debate by Ghadie El-Helaly, a researcher, who said that clear mechanisms have to be agreed on and demands united by Jan.
My second concern is about the comparison of prevalence of different ESBL producing species in the discussion section.
We would welcome your thoughts about the e-magazine, so please take some time to click through to the online feedback form that will be provided with it, or visit the FM discussion section of CIMAsphere and tell us what you think at http://community.
Each chapter's last few pages feature a discussion section, where, in a collegial effort, the editor, with input from the essay's author, presents texts (e.
We have already mentioned the possible myelo-suppression by viral infections in the discussion section of our manuscript, similar to that Dr.
Selected responses will appear in the Dialogue and Discussion section in a future issue.
long-standing principle in a discussion section of the
I must take exception to the discussion section regarding motivation in the Journal's December 2008 article "Correctional Education from the Perspective of the Prisoner Student" by Hall and Killacky.