discussion section

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Noun1.discussion section - a small class of students who are part of a larger course but are taught separately; "a graduate student taught sections for the professor's lecture course"
grade, class, course, form - a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"
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Present the results of the study in the Results section, and discuss the meaning of the results in the Discussion section.
The dialogue consists of a discussion section, as well as company / serv
It is even more encouraging to engage with the students in the discussion section of the workshop: their excellent questions demonstrate that they understand why it is so important to prohibit the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
As we mentioned in the Discussion section of our paper, some of the results under our exposure scheme do not recapitulate those observed in other studies.
Each of the aptly titled sections offers the perfect amount of reading for an undergraduate discussion section or an afternoon of studying and reflection.
The Discussion section, whilst hypothetically of interest to subscribers, currently has negligible use within lessons.
In the discussion section, authors relate the findings of a study to the current research literature (Connelly, 2009).
There is little debate that the discussion section is the place where limitations should be voiced in a scientific article.
Their discussion section is most revealing, in discussing their own finding of a statistically significant relative risk of 1.
And reserve comments on the meaning of your results for the Discussion section.
Each of the 10 chapters in this book features a conceptual discussion section that gives readers the big picture and the principles; a system requirements section that helps instructors to prepare for the lab setup; a detailed tutorial section with abundant screenshots that confirm progress along the way; a Q/A section to answer common questions; an assignment section for readers to practice what they have just learned; and a robust reference section.
32) and the first sentence of the Discussion section (p.