Main Idea: in as close to one sentence as possible, explain the big point of the reading.Evidence/methodology: how does the author prove her/his argument?Quote (properly attributed and cited): use the author’s own words to illustrate the main or secondary points of the reading.New Terms/Concepts (if applicable): did the article introduce or draw upon unfamiliar terms or concepts?Critique: are there any elements of the reading that you find problematic? Anything that could have been discussed further?Conclusions: observations, informed reflections, connections between this reading and other course materials?

 
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