Submit a double-spaced, three-four-page paper in Microsoft Word with the following parts:
- An Introductory paragraph that states the author's last name, date, and the central focus of the article. Then in this same paragraph: write a purpose or thesis statement—that is your purpose or intent in writing this critique [WHAT] and a brief 'map' or 'preview' statement of the 5 elements you intend to develop in the body, to support your purpose. Do not title the section as the Introduction.
- A Body that breaks the 5 elements of a research article into Level Two headers, starting the first sentence of each paragraph with a topic sentence that focuses on the strengths and/or weaknesses of that element. Be sure to support each point with evidence from the article—quotes, paraphrases [See Citations, APA, Ch 6 to check how to do this].
- A Conclusion that restates your purpose and summarizes the article's overall strengths and weaknesses. You might also discuss briefly what you learned from this article and in what ways you found it interesting or useful to do this first article critique.
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