What do YOU think is the author’s main point?
Read the Article, write the reflection journal.
Your reflections should be written in paragraph form and respond to the following prompts:
1) Reading reflection #1: Title..
a) What do YOU think is the author’s main point?
b) What did you like about the paper? What did you not like about the paper?
c) Identify some aspect of the reading that made an impression on you (new fact, enlightening observation,
new twist to an old idea, relationship to another reading, etc.).
d) State one question you would like to ask the class, or one aspect of the reading that you did not understand.
e) For a Grade A essay, you must move beyond the paper you have chosen to review. In other words, try to engage different concepts, different views from other papers (on or off the reading list), or additional empirical evidences for a comparative discussion.