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Sample Article Critique Model Using Microsoft Power Point. 1. Provide a brief overview of the article, its purpose, focus and audience (one slide) 2. Key Points -Identify several key elements, concepts or ideas and discuss why they are important. (two to three slides)

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sample article critique model using microsoft power point
Sample Article Critique Model Using Microsoft Power Point
  • 1. Provide a brief overview of the article, its purpose, focus and audience (one slide)
  • 2. Key Points -Identify several key elements, concepts or ideas and discuss why they are important. (two to three slides)
  • 3. Strengths and Weaknesses of the Article (two to three slides)
  • 4. Implementing Technology in the Classroom(one-two slides)
  • 5. Conclusion (one slide)
  • 6. Everything should be cited (one slide).
  • Develop an electronic assessment for the class based on the content of your article and presentation – the assessment will count as a quiz grade
  • See rubric for details