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1. Write a summary of the article. Remember that a summary should identify the main points of an article, and it should not include any of your own opinion. It should be written in your own words, and it should start with a sentence that identifies the author, title, and main idea of the article. (If you need more information about writing a summary, be sure to review past class materials.)
2. Write your response to the article. In other words, write your reaction to, your critique of, or your thoughts about the topic of the article. If you cannot think of anything to write, then you may answer any of the questions below.
Do you agree or disagree with the main ideas in the article?
Which of the author’s points do you agree with? Explain why.
Have you thought about the topic of this article before? What new insights has the article given you?
Which of the author’s points do you disagree with? Explain why.
How effective is the writer’s evidence?
Can the writer’s main points be refuted?
Did any of the author’s main points confuse you?
Are any of the writer’s main points poor arguments? In other words, can the writer’s reasons and/or proof be called into question?
Did the writer omit a reference to important information on the topic?
Does the article address both sides of the issue?
Did the article remind you of anything that has happened in your life? Explain.
What are your thoughts on or what are your experiences with the topic discussed in the reading?
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