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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. methods/methodology
  2. results
  3. discredit
  4. literature review
  5. delineate
  1. a 3. disbelieve or question [verb]
  2. b 1. in advanced research writing, particularly in a dissertation or master's thesis, the section that reiterates the research question and hypothesis (review of the problem),
    presents the research design (overview of the approach), and discusses instruments and procedure to be used (how you will collect data), the data analysis plan (how you will draw conclusions), and the sample size justification (why your sample will be adequate for the research)
  3. c 1. in advanced research writing, particularly in a dissertation or master's thesis, the
    section that tells the readers exactly what was found out, in the study or research, purely documenting what was observed or discovered
  4. d 1. in advanced research writing, particularly in a dissertation or master's thesis, the flowing text section that is a discussion of published information in a subject area that includes summary and synthesis of the works cited; in a research project, the literature review is the support for the new insight that your research will contribute to the field
  5. e 1. trace an outline

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 3. superior (predominant)
  2. 1. strong liking (fondness, proclivity, desire)
  3. 2. carefree (unconcerned, unthinking)
  4. 1. full of joy (merry, amiable)
  5. 1. an idea that is not a concrete reality (conceptual) [adjective]

5 True/False questions

  1. anachronism2. Relic or holdover from another time

          

  2. title page1. relevant and connected to the point (pertinent, related to)

          

  3. methods/methodology2. acclamation (high praise)

          

  4. rife1. individual information or a body of information; facts and statistics, figures,
    numbers, and records

          

  5. discussion2. to debunk or prove as not true [verb]