• In Ch. 10 of the text the authors differentiatebetweenexploratorywriting and explanatorywriting and discuss the relationshipbetween the two. Do you think this approach to writing might work for you? Why?...
freewriting as part of your writing process? Why or why not?
• In Ch. 10 of the text, the authors differentiatebetweenexploratorywriting and explanatorywriting and discuss their relationship. Do you think this approach to writing might work for you? Why?
Week Seven Discussion Questions...
essential content by naming, explaining and/or discussing relevant content (where possible with the aid of schematic representations);
4.2 demonstrate the capability of establishing direct relationships, for example between practice and theory, inter alia, by completing worksheets and solving...
their writing skills. And good writers can make good money.
Another way to think about writing is to distinguish betweenexploratorywriting and explanatorywriting. Those terms practically define themselves, but here are some clearer definitions: Exploratorywriting, like freewriting, helps you...
will help in constructing a literature map. The map will show relationshipsbetween the variables as you describe here. – Begin with the following:
The causal variables (independent are) …
The effects (dependent/outcome variables are…
Contextual (intervening or...
Strategies of Inquiry What research method to use?
Experimental Between Group Designs Within Group Designs Quasi-Experimental Correlational Explanatory Prediction Survey Cross-Sectional Longitudinal
Grounded Theory Systematic Emerging Constructivist Ethnographic...
”, normally with a statistical test of a hypothesis.
Hypothesis that is clearly stated with measurable variables, e.g.:
- is there any relationshipbetween market share and high profitability?
- …………………………………. smoking and lung cancer?
- …………………………………. age and absenteeism etc
out to describe and to interpret what is. Explanatory research, aims at establishing the cause and effect relationshipbetween variables. Exploratory research focuses on gaining background information and helps to better understand and clarify a problem. The methods that come under descriptive...
Give in own
efficiently and effectively. These steps may include the following:
• Problem identification which requires the use of historical knowledge
• Collection of relevant information about the problem or topic.
• Formation of hypothesis to discuss the relationshipbetween the historical factors...
use different terms to describe a variety of case studies. Yin categorizes case studies as
explanatory, exploratory, or descriptive. He also differentiatesbetween single, holistic
case studies and multiple-case studies. Stake identifies case studies as intrinsic,
instrumental, or collective...
). In the sequential approach,
the quantitative (or qualitative) data is collected first, and the results
inform the second (quantitative or qualitative) form of data collection
(as in the Explanatory, Exploratory, and Embedded Designs).
• When data are collected concurrently, the two forms...
are asked may vary also. Semi-structured interviews are primarily used in explanatory research to understand the relationshipsbetween variables, perhaps as have been revealed by some prior descriptive research. Additionally, semi-structured interviews are used in exploratory studies to provide...
tapped depending on the nature of the problem.
3. Developing a Working Hypothesis
Hypothesis is a statement of the predicted relationshipbetween two or more variables. As a reseracher you do not know about a phenomenon but you do have a hunch(theory) to form the basis of certain assumption or...
, dramas, and poems, in the grades 11–CCR text complexity band proficiently, with scaffolding as needed at the high end of the range
Grades 11-12 ELA Standards for Writing
• W.11-12.2. Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas, concepts, and information clearly and...
the authors differentiatebetweenexploratorywriting and explanatorywriting and discuss the relationship. Does this approach to writing work for you? Why or why not?
4. What do you feel is the connection between academic and professional writing? How does increasing your ability to write...
hypotheses are used, there are two forms: null and alternative. A null hypothesis represents the traditional approach to writing hypotheses. It makes a prediction that in the general population, no relationship or no difference exists between groups on a variable. The wording is “There is no difference...
Personality. (b) What are the different types of Control? Give an example for each. (c) Explain the managerial roles expected by modern organizations. 2. (a) What is empowerment? (b) Differentiatebetween groups and teams. (c) Explain the personality attributes influencing OB. 3. (a) What is Esprit de Corps...