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This is one important paper, please give me a high quality work. please check the grading rubric, make sure meet all requirements.

Please check the attached file for detailed writing instruction. For this paper, need 600 words. All readings are post in the attached file. Choose ONE reading to write.

No outside resources needed. Only use attached reading file.

Check grading rubric!! Very important.

Writing instruction:

For this reading responses, you will choose one reading . Your reading responses must include;

  1. a) A short summary of your chosen article (1-3 sentences)
  2. b) It’s connection to at least 1 other course reading or film and to a weekly synopsis
  3. c) Short personal exploration of the topic

The reading responses should be at least 600 words, typed up in a 12-point font, word count included. Points will be deducted if you are above or below the word count range. You must cite your sources in your reading response, that is name the course material you use; articles, films/videos, and weekly synopsis. For e.g. As “Jennifer Harding argues in her article, Investigating Sex” or “As seen in the film The Bro Code”, or “As stated in the weekly synopsis The Politics of Naming”. Please upload your reading responses as a doc. docx. or pdf. file.

The reading responses should be in essay format NOT as bullet points. Additional guidelines on how to write a reading response are below.

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HOW TO WRITE A READING RESPONSE
The reading response is a discussion of the reading NOT a summary or restatement of the article.

The point is to:

a) Help you engage and understand the reading
b) Give you experience in writing and analysis or critique

For full credit, your reading response should:

  1. a) Be written in an academic voice
  2. b) Include a topic sentence/thesis, an argument with supportive statements, an intro and conclusion
  3. c) Highlight and focus on a few key points from the reading 1 of 2

Things to avoid in your writing:

a) Too many quotes: A response that is a string of quotations will not be awarded full credit. Pick the quotations you want to use, paraphrase as much as you can, and use only what you must (still cite!).

b) Unclear Statements: Be careful to avoid vague space fillers like “I really liked this reading.”

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TWO APPROACHES TO READING RESPONSE

**There are several acceptable approaches; below are some guiding principles** **You can pick one of the approaches below or do a combination of the two**

A) General learning-based response: Focus on what you learned from the reading (e.g. thesis: “This reading was an excellent introduction to the concept of discourse”; followed by supporting evidence about why it was a good introduction in the next few paragraphs). Your topic could include a new idea you have learnt, or a critique of the usefulness of the reading (maybe you didn’t learn anything!). But, any statement that you make must include evidence to support it. Be careful not to summarize the whole reading—this would be pointless as well as too arduous. Lastly, apply the reading to another reading or film and/or your personal experience with the topic.

B) A critical response: There are two main parts to the critical response: 1. A brief summary of the main argument or topic (1-3 sentences).

  • If you can sum up the main argument in a succinct way, then you likely will remember it.
  • This requires you to analyze the reading. Pick out what is important, leave out what is not important to the main topic. 2. An evaluation of the ideas in the reading from your perspective. Some ways to evaluate an article:
  • Does the author fulfill the goal that they set out to do?
  • How does the author’s points relate to other topics we’ve covered in class? (You might consider the time period/date in which the author was writing, for example)
  • What kind of evidence does the author present? Is it convincing?
  • Is the overall argument effective? Does it leave any gaps or lingering questions?
  • Does the author make assumptions or convey personal prejudice?

Reading Response Rubric-

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeLength of Paper

0.75 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

0.75 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCoherence

0.75 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

0.75 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeSources Cited in text

1.5 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

1.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeID Central Argument/ Summarize Key Points

3.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePresentation of Evidence

4.5 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

4.5 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConnecting article to course

3.0 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

3.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConnecting to Weekly Synopsis

1.5 pts

Full Marks

0.0 pts

No Marks

1.5 pts

Total Points: 15.0


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