Assignment 1: Article Summary (30 marks, 15%) Introduction This assignment has two parts. In Part A, you will complete a reverse outline using the Reverse Outline Reference template provided. In Part...

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Assignment 1: Article Summary (30 marks, 15%) Introduction This assignment has two parts. In Part A, you will complete a reverse outline using the Reverse Outline Reference template provided. In Part B, you will write a 400- word summary of ONE of the following articles. You will find that all of the articles address the social and psychological impact of digital technology on contemporary life in some way. Choose the one that you find most interesting to you. Gordon, C., Juang, L., & Syed, M XXXXXXXXXXInternet use and well-being among college students: Beyond frequency of use. Journal of College Student Development, 48(6), XXXXXXXXXXdoi: XXXXXXXXXX/csd XXXXXXXXXXJunco, R., & Cotten, S XXXXXXXXXXPerceived academic effects of instant messaging use. Computers & Education, 56, XXXXXXXXXXdoi: XXXXXXXXXX/j.compedu XXXXXXXXXXTurkle, S XXXXXXXXXXLooking toward cyberspace: Beyond grounded sociology. Cyberspace and identity. Contemporary Sociology, 28(6), XXXXXXXXXXdoi: XXXXXXXXXXInstructions Your assignment has two parts. • Part A: Complete a reverse outline of the article you have chosen for your summary, using the template provided. • Part B: Complete a summary of the article in APA format with appropriate page layout and spacing. Your summary should be approximately 400 words, typed and double spaced. Part A: Reverse Outline To develop the reverse outline, follow the strategies covered in Unit 1. Remember to focus on both the content and the function of the information in the article. The writing in your outline can be in point form. Complete the Reverse Outline (Reference) template (available in your online files). Part B: Summary When writing your summary, use the suggested organizational structure covered in Unit 1. Make sure your document is formatted in correct APA style by using the APA File Template (available in your online files). A1-2 Assignment 1: Article Summary TRU Open Learning Submission Requirements Submit your completed Assignment 1 for marking at the end of Unit 1. Follow the Assignment Submission Instructions provided. Marking Guide (30 marks) Marking Criteria Excellent Very good Satisfactory Does Not Meet Expectations Structure and Style The student accurately uses the required APA format for setting up the document. The summary is logically organized into paragraphs. (5 marks) • Excellent use of APA formatting • Judicious arrangement of ideas • Unifying effect or controlling idea is successfully sustained and integrated • Good use of APA formatting • Purposeful arrangement of ideas • Unifying effect or controlling idea coherently sustained • Satisfactory use of APA formatting • Straightforward arrangement of ideas • Unifying effect or controlling idea is presented and maintained, but coherence may falter • APA formatting does not meet expectations • Discernable but ineffectual arrangement of ideas • Unifying effect or controlling idea is inconsistently maintained Content The introductory paragraph introduces the author and article, and clearly indicates the focus of the summary essay. (5 marks) • An excellent introductory paragraph introduces the author and article • Clearly indicates the focus of the summary essay • A clear introductory paragraph introduces the author and article • Introduction indicates the focus of the summary essay • Introductory paragraph introduces the author and article • Focus of the summary essay is indicated, but may lack clarity • Introductory paragraph may not include all of the required elements Details of the summary are accurate, and major points are not missing. (5 marks) • Inclusion of all major points and a judicious selection of accurate details perceptively reflects priorities and intentions of the source article • Inclusion of all major points and a selection of accurate details reflects priorities and intentions of the source article • Inclusion of several major points and a selection of details reflects the intentions of the source article • Major points and details may not reflect the full intention of the source articleENGL 1101: Introduction to University Writing A1-3 TRU Open Learning Marking Criteria Excellent Very good Satisfactory Does Not Meet Expectations Ideas are accurate, and support is effective. (5 marks) • Ideas are insightful and accurate • Support is precise and astutely chosen to reinforce ideas in a convincing way • Ideas are thoughtful and accurate • Support is effective and well-chosen to reinforce ideas • Ideas are relevant and mostly accurate • Support has been chosen to reinforce ideas • Ideas or content may be superficial • Effective support may be lacking Writing Academic tone and style are applied. Attributive verbs are used throughout the summary to refer to ideas of the author. (5 marks) • Skillful stylistic choices contribute to an academic tone, clarity of content, and a convincing voice • Attributive verbs are well-integrated throughout the summary • No or very few grammatical/usage/ punctuation errors • Stylistic choices contribute to an academic tone, clarity of content, and an appropriate voice • Attributive verbs are used throughout to refer to ideas of the author • Few grammatical/usag e/punctuation errors • An academic tone and style are applied • Attributive verbs are used to refer to ideas of the author • Several grammatical/us age/punctuation errors • Ideas may not be clearly expressed • Tone may not be appropriate for an academic summary • Attributive verbs may not be effectively used • Grammatical/ usage/ punctuation errors impede understanding of the assignment Reverse Outline There is evidence of planning the organization of the summary. There is evidence of reflection on the content and function of information in the article. (5 marks) • Excellent evidence of planning and organization of the summary • Excellent evidence of reflection on the content and function of the information in the article • Good evidence of planning and organization of the summary • Good evidence of reflection on the content and function of the information in the article • Satisfactory evidence of planning and organization of the summary • Satisfactory evidence of reflection on the content and function of the information in the article • Little evidence of planning and organization of the summary • Little evidence of reflection on the content and function of the information in
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Bidusha Mallick answered on May 09 2021
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2 Reverse Outline (Reference)
ENGL 1101: Introduction to University Writing1
Reverse Outline (Reference)
Turkle, S. (1999). Looking toward cyberspace: Beyond grounded sociology....

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