Project #58741 - Article Critique



EDU 507 :

Scholar has to pick an article from an Educational library database and is about reading literacry and peer-reviewed. 


The journal article critique must have: an introduction, summary, three areas of critique, conclusion, and reference section.


Explain what the reader will find in this paper. What are you doing? Why? In what order? Include the title and authors of the article. Everything must be cited using APA citations.


Your summary should capture the who, what, when, why, and where of the article/research. It’s a good idea to set up the areas that will be critiqued.
Remember, a critique is a critical examination of the content of the study, not a summary.

Areas for Critique:
Every journal article uses the same format. It is a requirement. Therefore, this is not an area

for critique. Please refer to websites about parts of journal articles.

Parts of a Journal Article

  • ï‚·  Abstract (summary of the whole article)

  • ï‚·  Introduction (why they did the research)

  • ï‚·  Methodology (how they did the research)

  • ï‚·  Results (what happened)

  • ï‚·  Discussion (what the results mean)

  • ï‚·  Conclusion (what they learned)

  • ï‚·  References (whose research they read)

    Writing the Critique:

  • The critique is an educated opinion. Ask yourself: Why do I feel the way that I do? Agree or disagree with the content or views of the authors? These thoughts are the centerpiece of this paper. It is your job to convince the reader to think as you do. Provide support for your argument. Use direct quotes. Cite using APA guidelines.

    When writing a critique, establish exactly what is being critiqued as the topic sentence of a paragraph. Provide support for your argument. This is an academic paper, so academic language is required. 



APA Citation

Everything must be cited using APA citations.
Anything that is not cited is considered plagiarism and will result in a 0 for the assignment.
*** Plagiarism is when you use 3 or more direct words from the article. 

Writing Guidelines

3-6 pages; Double space; 12 point font (Times New Roman); 1" margins

Spelling and grammar are very important.
Teachers are held to high standards and must be proficient in this area. The most common errors are: comma usage, incomplete sentences, vague pronoun references, subject-verb agreement, & incorrect citations. Please refer to most common errors websites. 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 02/22/2015 12:00 am
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