You can call them fortune tellers, cootie catchers, chatterbox, or a whirlybirds. Whatever you call them, they’re a excellent activity for kids that exercises:
Writing abilities: This one’s pretty self explanatory.
Fine Motor: Folding, cutting, and opening and closing once it’s assembled.
3D Thinking: They’re using folds to turn a 2D object into a 3D one. Continue reading Fortune Tellers
When writing a research paper, you often use other peoples’ research, data or ideas within your paper. You want to give these people credit for their work and avoid being accused of plagiarism or passing off someone else’s work as your own. By including a bibliography at the end of your research paper, you provide your professor with all of the necessary information to identify and retrieve your sources. Continue reading There are three common styles used for bibliographies.
Most students and beginning researchers do not fully understand what a research proposal means, nor do they understand its importance. To put it bluntly, one’s research is only as a good as one’s proposal. An ill-conceived proposal dooms the project even if it somehow gets through the Thesis Supervisory Committee. Continue reading Paul T
Things do not look so superb for the Brazilian research industry. Following the government’s decision to introduce spending cuts to avoid a sovereign credit downgrade, the Agency for Higher Education Development (CAPES) announced a 75% cut in its Postgraduate Research Support Program (PROAP). Brazil has been adopting the austere treatment with spending to deal with inflation and other internal issues and to achieve a 1.2% budget surplus in 2015. Continue reading Economic freeze in Brazil directly affects research funding and expenditure
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Two weeks ago, Myra had began writing about Roald Dahl. the bits and lumps in his life that permit us to see who he is beyond the magical pages of his books. The following trivia were taken from the back page of Esio Trot. one of the books from my Dahl box set. Continue reading A Day in the Life of Roald Dahl: Tidbits and Trivia Part Two
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This guide has been written to provide a general introduction to writing reports. It outlines the typical structure of a report and provides a step by step guide to producing reports that are clear and well structured.
What is a report?
A report is written for a clear purpose and to a particular audience. Continue reading Writing reports