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READING RESPONSE JOURNAL . EVALUATION. The summary. There were 8 separate sections in Chapter Three of Now You See It . . . Ask yourself – Should I have a short summary of each of these section? Could I divide the summary up in this way to make it easier for me to locate information?.

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the summary

The summary

There were 8 separate sections in Chapter Three of Now You See It . . .

Ask yourself –

Should I have a short summary of each of these section? Could I divide the summary up in this way to make it easier for me to locate information?

the critical thinking

The critical thinking

There were 5 separate questions you should be responding to from your handout on critical thinking. They are as follows:

1. Central Claims, Purpose, or Thesis

a. What audience is the text written for? Who is it in dialogue with?

b. What is the author’s purpose in this portion of the text?

Did you answer one or both of these questions in your critical thinking?

the critical thinking1

The critical thinking

There were 5 separate questions you should be responding to from your handout on critical thinking. They are as follows:

2. Context

a. What audience is the text written for? Who is it in dialogue with?

b. In what historical context is it written?

c. How do these things affect the overall message in this section?

Did you answer one or some of these questions in your critical thinking?

the critical thinking2

The critical thinking

There were 5 separate questions you should be responding to from your handout on critical thinking. They are as follows:

3. Reasoning

a. What kinds of reasoning does the text employ?

b. What concepts are defined or used?

c. Does the text appeal to a theory or theories?

d. Is any specific methodology laid out?

e. If there is an appeal to a particular concept, theory or method, how is that concept, theory, or method then used to organize and interpret the data?

f. How is the text organized?

Did you answer one or some of these questions in your critical thinking?

the critical thinking3

The critical thinking

There were 5 separate questions you should be responding to from your handout on critical thinking. They are as follows:

4. Evidence

a. What supporting facts or examples does the text employ that are invaluable to the argument being made?

b. What kinds of evidence is it? Statistical? Literary? Historical? From what sources is the evidence taken? Is the evidence primary or secondary?

Did you answer one or some of these questions in your critical thinking?

the critical thinking4

The critical thinking

There were 5 separate questions you should be responding to from your handout on critical thinking. They are as follows:

5. Evaluation

a. What are the strengths and weaknesses of the argument being made?

b. If it is strong, why?

c. Could it be better or differently supported?

d. Are there gaps, leaps, or inconsistencies in the argument?

e. Could the evidence be interpreted differently?

f. Are the conclusions warranted by the evidence presented? Explain.

g. What are the unargued assumptions? Are they problematic?

h. What might an opposing argument be?

Did you answer one or some of these questions in your critical thinking?