An eye for types of research. And a nose for a research question.

The following is an exercise that I had my students do after explaining to them the different types of research. Over the years, I have enjoyed my Research Methodology classes the best, but this particular section on types of research proves to be the one where I have done well to throw my students’ minds up and over and beyond a bar, and made them go after their minds. This is the session where Jane Goodall, nanoparticle synthesis and Rajinikanth (for the first time this year) all enter my classroom in a bid to expand my students’ minds and make explicit the different kinds of research.

The second exercise in the Exercise Sheet was intended to make the students look for research questions in the news pieces they normally read.

The same file in MS-Word format can be downloaded here: types-of-research.

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