* Recognition is important and the generic “we” is not appropriate for a defence seminar - your committee want to know what YOU contributed to the project. Do say “I did this” and “I thought that..” , but where appropriate say “a former postdoc, [name], did this” or “a fellow grad student, [name], suggested I try..”. Of course should try and show data you generated yourself, but sometimes it is necessary to the story to display data collected by others in the group and naming names shows you respect your colleagues.
Next, make three assertions about your topic, in order of increasing complexity.
The central idea in a piece of writing, sometimes contained in a topic sentence .
Option 1: Students watch the film "Tough Guise" (about media images of masculinity). Students then break into groups and compile of list of the most and least persuasive arguments made in the film and their reasons for these choices.
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