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Article critiques must be typed & should not be more than

2 pages in length

. Critiques should be organized in the following manner:

Cover page including title of article critique, student name, date, course, and professor name Introduction, synopsis (summary of major points), critique (the strengths and weaknesses of the article, the strengths and weaknesses of the article ), & closing (the key points in the article, possible solutions/means of addressing the issue or implications for practice based on article findings.

Article reference is cited at the beginning of critique using APA format. Other citations are cited at the end under “References.”

Items being assessed

Excellent

Satisfactory

Unsatisfactory

Citations/Introduction

Introduction is interesting & draws reader in while introducing the topic and laying a framework for discussing issues throughout the critique.

Introduction adequately introduces topic by laying a framework for discussing issues throughout the critique

Introduction is not related or has a weak relationship to the subject of the article

Synopsis/summary

Synopsis/summary is well organized, interesting, and covers major points of the author in a logical & easy to follow sequence.

Synopsis/summary covers major points made by the author in a logical & easy to follow sequence

Does not adequately cover major points of the author

Critique/conclusion

Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the article that you noted while critically reading the article.

State your informed opinions about the clarity, relevancy, and accuracy of the article, using specific examples from the article to support your statements.

Demonstrates understanding of subject matter, is focused on issue, and supports opinions/assertions with research & outside sources.

Demonstrates understanding of subject matter, is focused on issue, and supports opinions/assertions with research.

Does not demonstrate understanding of subject matter and/or does not adequately support opinions with research.

Closing/implications

Provides logical solutions, means of addressing issues, and/or relevance to candidate’s practice that is innovative and/or supported by research.

Provides logical solutions, means of addressing issues, and/or relevance to candidate’s practice that is supported by experience only.

Provides solutions, means of addressing issues, and/or relevance to candidate’s practice with no support through experience or research.

Grammar/Spelling/APA Style )

No grammatical errors or misspelled words.

All references correctly cited in body of text & listed correctly on reference page

Has no more than 4 misspellings and/or grammatical errors.

All references correctly cited in body of text & listed correctly on reference page

Has 5 or more misspellings and/or grammatical errors.

All references not cited in body of text or listed correctly on reference page

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