Dear methodSpace Fellows:
I am actually a new researcher and I usually teach my students how to conduct research. I belive that when writing a hypothesis, it should be stated and we let the reader feel I predict the answer. I disagree upon the use of the term “may” in a hypothesis because this is will be revealed by the end, i.e. in the final results. Now, I have got a remark from a colleague of mine in a denfense of a master’s research that students should write their hypotheses using “may”; the point I disagree upon.
Can anyone argument about this? What do you think the best form is to write a hypothesis? Do you have documents about research steps in details? Do you have a guide to help beginner learners write up their research projects?
I hope this discussion wil be fruitful for all of us.
Yours: Ms Nadia AHOUARI-IDRI
MA in Educational Psychology and TEFL
University A-Mira, Béjaia: http://www.univ-bejaia.dz
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