For this article critique, theres is not a page requirement. However, it is sugg
For this article critique, theres is not a page requirement. However, it is suggested we have between 4-6 double spaced,12 pt, Times New Roman font. My stance: there should be strict discipline requirements in schools in order to have higher academic performance rates.
Read your selected scholarly peer-reviewed journal article. Summarize the information illuminating the most salient points. Analyze, synthesize, and evaluate the information making critical connections, judgments, and evaluation about the content. Write an Article Reflection Critique (critical reflection) sharing your evaluation. The reflection should include:
The Components that should:
· Identify multiple issues/and positions and the reasoning behind them.
· Compares issues present to your personal or professional experiences
· Provide analysis of personal or professional awareness and thinking
· Compare and Contrast with information from any of your course textbooks, class discussions, professional educational organizations or the published works of other scholars.
· Make a connection to current events or other scholarly works (it may be helpful to review current professional journal articles)
Critical reflections must be word-processed in an essay format using graduate-level discourse. Use the guidelines for APA format to present your reflection. Review the Critical Reflections Rubric #2 for additional clarification for scoring. The content organization and layout for your paper should follow the basic outline below: 1. APA Title page
2. Introduction: Begin your essay with an introduction to the content and concepts that will be discussed. You may want to clearly identify the topic or issue related to your research. 3. Summary: Use appropriate subheadings to guide the organization of your reflection which will make it easier for the reader to follow. Summarize the information offered in the article or topic making sure to offer a good balance of information but not simply repeating the content. 4. Analysis/Evaluation: Discuss your analysis and evaluation of the information/content.
5. Scholarly Reflection: After reading and summarizing the text or topic assigned, critically reflect and critique the information making connections with your personal and professional life experiences, current events, class discussions, course information, and other scholarly information. Include how this information might be used by you or others in the teaching profession. 6. Conclusion: Provide an overall summary of the paper.
7. Reference page