Comment on the article in any professional way that make sense to you, such as the article value, shortcomings, importance, or errors. The commentary must be sustentative rather than superficial. Conclude by including a one-item reference selection with an APA-styled reference entry for the article.
Make no attempt to summarize the article. Just comment on one or more selected ideas.
1. Use only the third-person grammatical form.
2. Avoid split infinitives, passive-voice constructions, logical contradictions, and errors in spelling.
3. If you quote, make it short, use quotation marks, and include page number in the citation...Example, Smith (1992) referred to the structure as a "matrix organization" (p. 72).
4. Whenever you state a fact or opinion, cite author and year, or provide logic...Example, there is correctly formatted citation at the end of this sentence (smith, 1992).
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