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Argument Analysis Activity for Philosophy Students part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments
In this exercise, students are asked to give a careful logical analysis of a philosophical argument. This involves breaking the argument down into premises, sub-conclusions, and a main conclusion, mapping the inferential connections between the foregoing in a numbered argument, and then evaluating the resulting argument for deductive validity and soundness.

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Writing Psychology Results Sections part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments

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A Peer Review Guide for Poster Assignments part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments

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Evaluating "Popularity" of Ancient Playwrights part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments

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Evaluate alcohol use in early America part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments
An analysis of the numerical data on American drinking practices in the early nineteenth century.

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Evolutionary Computation: Research Project Proposal to Analyze and Replicate the Experimental Results of a Published Research Article part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments
Students choose a published paper in a specific research field and write a research proposal as if they were the original researchers before the research was completed. The proposal included the question the paper is meant to address, the thesis or theses proposed, and the planned experiments to answer the question.

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Preparing for a Data Rich Research Project part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments

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Understanding the Economics Literature Through Maps part of Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center:Writing Across the Curriculum with Numbers:Assignments

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Explaining Seismic Hazard Probabilities part of Teaching Resources:Quantitative Writing:Examples
This activity asks students to explain earthquake hazard probabilities to a lay audience of citizens, government officials and others.

Subject: Environmental Science:Natural Hazards:Earthquakes, Geoscience
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Creating and Reading Two-Way Tables - Pendulum and Sobriety Testing part of Teaching Resources:Quantitative Writing:Examples
This activity involves students actively to create and understand two-way tables.

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