The first section – the summary – will simply review the main points of the topic (i.e., what the authors are trying to communicate to the reading audience). It should not include your personal feelings or opinions.
In the second section, you will reflect/react on the articles. This is the area where you can express your own thoughts and feelings about how the information in the articles relates to your previous experiences and/or prior knowledge. The paper’s summary should be written in third person, which prohibits the use of “I” or “you.” Your reflection can be written in first person.
The Summary should be between 300–350 words and should include general information about the journal articles that you have selected. Present your summary in a five paragraph format: introduction, summary of article 1, summary of article 2, comparison of the articles, conclusion.
The reflection should be between 300–350 words and should include a reflection on how you would apply the content of the article to yourself as an adult learner in the online higher education world. Present your reflection in a five paragraph format: intro, respond to article 1, respond to article 2, compare the two, conclusion.