.Clearly identify the source/article by citing the title, the author, and the year of publication

Plz read the article, then follow the instructions and write three paragrapghs. First Paragraph (Summary)

.Clearly identify the source/article by citing the title, the author, and the year of publication

2.Provide a brief summary of the article and paraphrase the author’s argument/thesis 3.Paraphrase the main supporting ideas but do not go into unnecessary detail (do not include the examples from the article; do not include your own opinions in this paragraph) Middle paragraph (Analysis) 1.State the author’s ideas and position. Indicate whether you support or oppose the author’s position, without using first or second person pronouns, such as ‘I’, ‘We’, ‘You’, etc. Instead, use third person, such as ‘people,’‘the government,’ or ‘children’ as appropriate.

2.Discuss the article relevance

3.Evaluate the author’s arguments/logic/sources

(Discuss what you think are the strong points and weak points of the author’s arguments and support your stand by providing your details or reasons; Question the author’s sources (are they relevant, based on research, facts or statistics or opinions, etc.?)

4. Explore the author’s biases and assumptions (biased or balanced) While doing so, be respectful and polite. The following points may help you additionally.

Question the author’s sources (are they relevant, based on facts and statistics, etc.?)

Evidence/supporting details provided to support the argument Are the opinions justifiable?

Are the facts relevant and accurate? Refer to all or certain parts of the article if necessary. Refer to views and followers/subscribers in case of YouTube videos?

Explore the author’s biases and assumptions (biased or balanced) Third paragraph (Conclusion) 1.Conclusion (based on what you have discussed in paragraphs 1 and 2 above) 2.Provide your final remarks How to Write an Article Response When you respond to a reading you not only summarize it but also evaluate it. This means you give your opinion about it. However, your response paper should not be limited only to your opinion. Your opinion must be supported by specific reasons (from your general background knowledge, from the article itself, from other sources relevant to the topic). A response paper is similar to an essay in terms of its organization (introduction, body, conclusion), but it’s shorter and focuses on a single article. People often think a response paper must disagree with the article, but this is only one possibility. You can also agree with the author. Your goal in a response paper is to respond to the author’s arguments by reading critically, not just for comprehension. Here are the things you must do:

1.Read the article carefully and make sure you understand it fully.

2.Take notes of the important points in the article and your thoughts on them

3.Summarize the author’s general argument, but remember that the most important part of your response paper is your response – i.e., what did you think of the article?

Here are some questions to help you get started:

1.How do you feel about what you read?

2.What do you agree or disagree with? 3.Can you identify with the situation in the article?

4.Do you like or dislike the author’s argument, style of writing, reasoning, etc.? In your response paper you can do some or all of these things: Explore the author’s implicit biases and assumptions . Analyze the author’s logic Discuss the article’s relevance . Express your agreement or disagreement with the author . Evaluate the author’s argument . Question the author’s sources (are they relevant, objective, etc.?) If you agree with the author, stress the strengths of the article . If you disagree, criticize the author’s arguments and/or refute them . You may refer to outside sources (i.e. do research), but you don’t have to You may refer to all or certain parts of the article.