Writing Your Arguments and Conclusions – Prerecorded Workshop
Available on demand until January 2
This prerecorded workshop is taught by Dr. Peter Grav
In this follow-up workshop to Writing RA Introductions in the Social Sciences and Humanities, we consider how to go about constructing arguments that address the situation and support the hypotheses we’ve established in the introduction. Building upon the work of thinkers as diverse as Aristotle and Stephen Toulmin and the research of Ken Hyland, we investigate the constituent elements of inductive arguments, as well as how we support our arguments and ward off counterarguments. This workshop winds up by examining strategies for writing an effective conclusion to your argumentative research article, one that consolidates your arguments while avoiding repeating everything that’s just been said.
This is the third of 3 workshops in the Writing Argumentation Research Articles (for students in Divisions 1 and 2) workshop series.
This 50-minute workshop is prerecorded. Please register to receive a link to view the workshop. If you are not able to register online if you are not a currently registered U of T graduate student, please contact Lauren at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will register you manually.