Project #50231 - English H.W

 In the paper, you will write two paragraphs: one paragraph will be a summary of an article from our textbook, In Concert, and the second paragraph will be a response to the argument within that article.

The Process

To begin, you will need to read one of the following articles in our textbook, In Concert: “Relationships 2.0: Dating and Relating in the Internet Age” by Ted Sawchuck, pages 356-357 or “Are You Hooked?” by Leah McLaughlin, pages 137-140.

The Summary Section

Before writing your paragraph summarizing your selected article, be sure to prepare by completing the Summarizing and Paraphrasing topic in this week’s MyReadingLab and also by reading the Summarize and Paraphrase section in this week’s Lecture. The Lecture will help you to see how PIE can be used to write a focused academic summary.

The Response Section

Directly following your summary, write a paragraph responding to the argument presented by the author. In this response section, you can agree, disagree, challenge, or do all of the above. However, it is important that you continue to use PIE in order to provide one clear response, support it with an Illustration, and Explain your reasons. Again, the Lecture will help you to do this.

Paper Requirements

After reviewing the Lecture and writing your summary and response, use this checklist to make sure you have completed the requirements.

A successful Summary/Reaction Paper will do the following.

    • Have a summary paragraph that

 

    • introduces the author and title of the article;
    • focuses on the thesis as presented by the author in his or her article;
    • paraphrase a key example or Illustration that shows proof that the author makes the claim you have identified;
    • provides a parenthetical citation for the article cited that follows the following template: (author’s last name, year published, page or paragraph number). Here is an example of an entry using page, followed by one with a paragraph number: (Pollan, 2006, p. 59) and (Jones, 2010, para. 4);
    • includes transition words and sentences that help your reader to see how one idea connects to the next;
    • f. uses your own words to present additional information from the article that explains what you see (that led you to identify the author’s thesis)
    • is at least 100 words in length; and
    • uses basic APA formatting, as described below.

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/04/2014 06:00 pm
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