Write your REVIEW that shares your interpretation of what the author(s) wrote.

The article

https://hbr.org/2016/06/leading-the-team-you-inherit

3 pages

1. Give the citation of the article in SPA format at the top of your paper.

2. Double-space the paper with no extra line spaces between paragraphs.

3. Provide headings (centered, all caps) for these four sections:

a. INTRODUCTION

b. REVIEW

c. IMPRESSIONS

d. CONCLUSIONS.

4. Write an INTRODUCTION that tells the reader that you intend to review a paper or document in your essay.

02.5. Write your REVIEW that shares your interpretation of what the author(s) wrote. Make an effort to cover the following points (may require more than one paragraph):

a. State the overall purpose of the paper. What was the main theme of the paper?

b. What new ideas or information were communicated in the paper?

c. Why was it important to publish these ideas?

d. What methods did the author(s) use to reach conclusions?

e. If this is an experiment or survey, how were the data collected and analyzed?

i. Who were the subjects?

ii. What were the basic results or findings from the research?

f. If this is an opinion paper, where did the author(s) find his or her opinions?

g. If this is a technical paper, how do you know that the material is accurate?

6. Give your IMPRESSIONS of the usefulness of the paper (your opinions).

a. In your opinion, what were the strengths and weaknesses of the paper or document?

i. Be sure to think about your impressions and the reasons for them.  ii. Listing what the author wrote as limitations is not the same thing as forming your own opinions and justifying them to the reader.

b. Were the findings in the article important to a reader?

c. Were the conclusions in the article valid? Do you agree with the conclusions?

d. If the material was technical, was the technical material innovative? clearly explained?

7. Write a CONCLUSION that briefly tells the reader what you wrote about in your essay and your overall findings about the article you reviewed.

a. A conclusion provides intellectual closure for the reader.

b. Some students leave this out—please don’t leave it out.

c. There is some redundancy in a conclusion paragraph, but it still is essential to provide closure in a skillfully written essay.

1. Give the citation of the article in SPA format at the top of your paper.

2. Double-space the paper with no extra line spaces between paragraphs.

3. Provide headings (centered, all caps) for these four sections:

a. INTRODUCTION

b. REVIEW

c. IMPRESSIONS

d. CONCLUSIONS.

4. Write an INTRODUCTION that tells the reader that you intend to review a paper or document in your essay.

02.5. Write your REVIEW that shares your interpretation of what the author(s) wrote. Make an effort to cover the following points (may require more than one paragraph):

a. State the overall purpose of the paper. What was the main theme of the paper?

b. What new ideas or information were communicated in the paper?

c. Why was it important to publish these ideas?

d. What methods did the author(s) use to reach conclusions?

e. If this is an experiment or survey, how were the data collected and analyzed?

i. Who were the subjects?

ii. What were the basic results or findings from the research?

f. If this is an opinion paper, where did the author(s) find his or her opinions?

g. If this is a technical paper, how do you know that the material is accurate?

6. Give your IMPRESSIONS of the usefulness of the paper (your opinions).

a. In your opinion, what were the strengths and weaknesses of the paper or document?

i. Be sure to think about your impressions and the reasons for them.  ii. Listing what the author wrote as limitations is not the same thing as forming your own opinions and justifying them to the reader.

b. Were the findings in the article important to a reader?

c. Were the conclusions in the article valid? Do you agree with the conclusions?

d. If the material was technical, was the technical material innovative? clearly explained?

7. Write a CONCLUSION that briefly tells the reader what you wrote about in your essay and your overall findings about the article you reviewed.

a. A conclusion provides intellectual closure for the reader.

b. Some students leave this out—please don’t leave it out.

c. There is some redundancy in a conclusion paragraph, but it still is essential to provide closure in a skillfully written essay.

8. Carefully proofread your work before submitting it.

9. Please check your essay for plagiarism.

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