Discussion: Writing about Literature
Remember: choose one question to address initially and then reply to a classmate who answered the other question.
Discussion Question 1
What solution does the poem â€œWild Geeseâ€ by Oliver offer to the issue of loneliness?
Discussion Question 2
Compare and contrast the ways in which â€œCatchâ€ by Francis and â€œA Study of Reading Habitsâ€ by Larkin contend with the themes of learning and education.
Reaction Paper-The Psychology of Women…
A reaction paper is a paper explaining your reaction to a journal article whose topic is relevant to the course. The paper is a review because your reaction will involve judgment or evaluation; it is an analysis because you will focus on the research methodology and results.
You are writing a formal essay for an academic audience. Your reaction paper should develop one primary idea or perception, support it with specific evidence (examples from your article, etc.), and present both ideas and evidence in clear language and a logical order.
Each paper must be two pages long (may be slightly longer). The paper requires APA format, but not an abstract. APA format, in terms of margins, font, citing, referencing, quoting, and the like, is very important and makes up a significant portion of your paper’s grade. In addition to the APA Guide, the following website should prove valuable to you when writing this paper: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/
This paper will use the following rubric: Reaction paper Rubric
The reaction papers are due Sunday at 11:59 p.m. ET in Weeks 3, 5, and 7. Late papers will be accepted, but the grade will drop 10% for every day that the paper is late, including weekends.
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