How do you write a good discussion post?
How to Write a Strong Discussion Post [INFOGRAPHIC]
- Do your homework.
- Read prompts carefully.
- Wake up your classmates with a strong argument or perspective.
- Be relevant.
- Bring something unique to the post.
- Prepare your response in a text editor (like Word) before you post.
- Leave participants wanting more.
What comes first discussion or conclusion?
Your discussion is, in short, the answer to the question “what do my results mean?” The discussion section of the manuscript should come after the methods and results section and before the conclusion.
Is a person who is taken as the point of reference in a discussion?
: something that is used to judge or understand something else The professor used the study as a point of reference for evaluating and discussing other theories.
What is the difference between conclusion and discussion?
Discussion is how are these data compare with previous workers’ finds. Conclusion is what you learned from all this work. The meaning of the results in everyday life, or elsewhere.
What is APA format for discussion posts?
Using APA in discussion posts is similar to using APA for your papers. Think of your discussion post as a short APA paper – you will use a formal writing style (vocabulary appropriate to an academic setting, and relevant to the subject, and using standard English grammar and spelling to the best of your abilities).
What should write in results and discussion?
The results and discussion section of your research paper should include the following:
- Comparison with prior studies.
- Limitations of your work.
- Casual arguments.
- Deductive arguments.
What is a discussion board post?
A discussion board is a “space” where students can further delve into classroom content. It can promote collaboration, and offer individuals room to explore topics, issues, and/or questions.