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Unformatted text preview: 3. Have you summarized the article you are reviewing briefly, objectively and completely? Have you mentioned main points and sub-points? Do you include telling (significant) and memorable examples and quotations? 4. As you write your opinion on the issue and on the article itself, have you included some of the following? What were the author's purposes in writing this article? Consider the techniques he or she uses to inform, persuade (and possibly) entertain you. Do you find any logical fallacies? [Attention] Is there some aspect of the topic which he or she should have considered? [Imagination] Have you read other or better articles on this topic? Do you have personal knowledge of this topic? [Experience] 5. Do you conclude by indicating whether you (mostly) agree or (mostly) disagree with the author ?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2010 for the course SCIENCE 0202 taught by Professor Marlyn during the Spring '10 term at Temple.
- Spring '10