Developing your work involves generating new ideas and drawing conclusions based on the information you have read.

You need to organise these new ideas into a logical sequence, introducing the original idea, developing it and then drawing new conclusions.

For example, from the following statements:

All pigs are pink.
Pink pigs can fly.

You can draw the logical conclusion that all pigs can fly. The ability to generate ideas and draw conclusions based on your readings demonstrates that you have understood what you have read, rather than simply integrating the ideas of others.

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Activity

Activity indicator Draw a logical conclusion from each set of statements below.

Children who like donuts hate vegetables.
All children with blue eyes love vegetables.

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If I am the chef, then I made the souffle.
I cannot make souffle.

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