This essay focuses on Introductory sentence including the name of the author. The title of the article and focus/topic of the article. (1 – 2 sentences) What is the author(s) thesis (argument). It also gives a brief overview of what is discuss in the article . Definition of any terms and concepts (1 – 2 sentences) Critical analysis of the article.
, title of the article and focus/topic of the article. (1 – 2 sentences) What is the author(s) thesis (argument) (1-2 sentences) A brief overview of what is discussed in the article (2-3 sentences) Define any terms and concepts (1 – 2 sentences) Critical analysis of the article. What evidence, examples, studies does the author discuss to support his/her thesis? (3-4 sentences) Discuss information you have gathers that supports or refutes the author’s thesis. (3-4 sentences) Concluding statement. (1 – 2 sentences) Include a sentence or two that pushes your argument beyond the scope of your response, bringing to light one additional point not discuss in your paper. # Entry is at least 250 words in length.
Maximum score 6 Grammar and Punctuation Response is grammatically sound (few incomplete, run-on, awkward sentences). Maximum score 2 In-text Citations and Work Cite Page/Reference Page Information included in response is properly cite (APA or MLA). Response contains a properly formatt Work Cited Page or a Reference Page (depending on citation format). Maximum score 2
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