[Unlock Answer From 10/Pg] Author Stated … Last
first thing is read the article https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/17/well/move/as-workouts-intensify-a-harmful-side-effect-grows-more-common.html?mcubz=0
2nd annotate the article using this format
UNDERLINE: Within every paragraph, underline key/important words.
- LEFT MARGIN NOTE: Next to every paragraph, write a brief margin note to the left, regarding the key topics in the paragraph. Do this for all paragraphs.
- TOPIC SENTENCE: Color One: Highlight a sentence in each and every paragraph that shows the main idea/topic sentence for that paragraph. With a pencil, in the left margin, write “ts” next to each topic sentence.
- RIGHT MARGIN TEXT COMMENTS: Write at least 3 comments (text comments) in the right margin. Label “TC” for Text Comment. Could be text to self, text to world, and/or text to text.
- RIGHT MARGIN QUESTIONS: Write at least 3 questions about the article next to the corresponding section, in the right margin. Write “Q” next to each question.
- RIGHT MARGIN VOCABULARY: Color Two: Highlight 3+ words that are unfamiliar to you. With a pencil, write “V” for vocabulary and the meaning for each word based on context clues or your dictionary in the right column.
- THESIS: Color Three: Highlight the single sentence that explains the topic and the author’s point about that topic. This is the thesis statement/ central point for the entire article; it is the one sentence that shows the author’s point for the whole article. With a pencil, label the sentence “T” for thesis in the left margin.
3rd write summary in this format
- In your title: A Summary of “Article Title” by Author’s Full Name
- In your first sentence: In the article “Article Title”, written by Author’s Full Name for Journal Title/Magazine Title/Newspaper Title/Website Title, Author’s Last Name explained that….
- Make sure your key topic words appear in your summary topic sentence. Paraphrase the thesis.
- Keep it broad and general. Include main ideas and major details. Exclude minor details, opinions, and quotations.
- Mention the author several times throughout your summary. (i.e. The author stated…Last name explained…The writer mentioned…He/She referred to…)
- Vary the verbs: explained, discussed, revealed, brought out, pointed out, described, or shed light on. Keep your verb tense consistent. Use all past tense verbs.
- Type your summary paragraph, using MLA format. Upload your paper in Canvas.