Reading Response Essay
The ability to review existing literature on a topic, and respond to that research is an essential skill for a developing writer and academic.
Choose a topic related to issues within health or health care that interest you.
Sample topics could include the importance of teaching nutrition in early childhood education programs, or the rising popularity of “Memory-Care Communities” within Alzheimers support programs.
Research your topic thoroughly within multiple sources.
Aim to find four sources of information total, with two of those coming from academic, peer-reviewed journals or texts within the past 10 years.
The sources should have a direct relationship and relevancy to the topic.
When you feel like you have a grasp of the issues and positions on your topic, write an essay summarizing the topic.
Focus on the research and commentary contained within the sources.
Then, respond to the issues with your own interpretations and ideas.
How valid are the ideas presented in these readings?
How does this topic and information impact your own personal, academic, or professional experience?
The purpose of this essay is to respond to the topic and research, not to persuade the audience to take a particular stance or to take action on the issue.
Be sure to include a comprehensive introduction and conclusion for your paper.
APA style formatting ( include title page and reference page)
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Submission status No attempt
Grading status Not graded
Due date Monday, November 30, 2020, 8:00 AM
Time remaining 11 days 9 hours
Explanation of Issues (Critical Thinking)
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Issue / problem to be considered critically is stated, described, and clarified so that understanding is not seriously impeded by omissions.
Evidence Selecting and using information to investigate a point of view or conclusion
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Information is taken from source(s) with enough interpretation / evaluation to develop a coherent analysis or synthesis. Viewpoints of experts are subject to questioning.
Learner’s Position (Perspective, Thesis/ Hypothesis) (Critical Thinking)
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Specific position (perspective, thesis / hypothesis) takes into account the complexities of an issue. Others’ points of view are acknowledged within position (perspective, thesis/hypothesis).
Conclusions and Related Outcomes (Implications and Consequences) (Critical Thinking)
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Conclusion is logically tied to a range of information, including opposing viewpoints; related outcomes (consequences and implications) are identified clearly.
Context of and Purpose for Writing Includes considerations of audience, purpose, and the circumstances surrounding the writing task(s).
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Demonstrates adequate consideration of context, audience, and purpose and a clear focus on the assigned task(s) (e.g., the task aligns with audience, purpose, and context).
Control of Syntax and Mechanics (Written Communication)
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-24); Developing (25-28); Accomplished (29-31); Exemplary (32-35) Uses straightforward language that generally conveys meaning to readers. The language in the portfolio has few errors.
Sources and Evidence – APA (Written Communication)
(See rubric in Syllabus for evaluation guidelines) Beginning (0-28); Developing (29-32); Accomplished (33-36); Exemplary (37-40) Demonstrates consistent use of credible, relevant sources to support ideas; paper uses at least three different sources. Title page, citations, and reference page and paper formatting are in APA style.
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