Reaction paper

First writing: Proposal

Instructions

Your research paper should be about something you are interested in regards to religion. For instance if your hobby is music then you could write a paper about religious music. The same can be applied to any aspect of your life or intellectual interests.

Write a proposal for your research paper and submit it. This should be about a page long, double spaced or in outline form. Make sure to include the religion and/or subject you are studying as well as the basic points you will be researching.

If you are unsure of a topic please write that in your proposal.

 

Second writing: reaction paper 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YrHgjIgAdQ

    • Reaction papers: Each week a supplemental reading and/or video will be assigned. You must complete a reaction paper which will be submitted no later than two hours before class.
      • Step One: Read the required assignment, then choose and describe the three most important aspects (concepts, issues, factual information etc.) of the reading and justify the choices.
      • Step Two: Identify two aspects of the reading you do not understand and briefly discuss why these confusing aspects interfered with your general understanding of the reading. If you identify more than two confusing elements, put them in priority order and limit your discussion to the two most important.
      • Step Three: Then pose the author a question, the answer to which should go beyond the reading content and does not reflect the content in step two.

 

 

Third writing: reaction paper 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmhFRarkw8E

    • Reaction papers: Each week a supplemental reading and/or video will be assigned. You must complete a reaction paper which will be submitted no later than two hours before class.
      • Step One: Read the required assignment, then choose and describe the three most important aspects (concepts, issues, factual information etc.) of the reading and justify the choices.
      • Step Two: Identify two aspects of the reading you do not understand and briefly discuss why these confusing aspects interfered with your general understanding of the reading. If you identify more than two confusing elements, put them in priority order and limit your discussion to the two most important.
      • Step Three: Then pose the author a question, the answer to which should go beyond the reading content and does not reflect the content in step two.

 

Fourth writing: reaction paper 3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL0uJwRuhMlKUF-qdof3Qog7FfBsLUDArn&v=8AG4rlGkCRU

      • Reaction papers: Each week a supplemental reading and/or video will be assigned. You must complete a reaction paper which will be submitted no later than two hours before class.
        • Step One: Read the required assignment, then choose and describe the three most important aspects (concepts, issues, factual information etc.) of the reading and justify the choices.
        • Step Two: Identify two aspects of the reading you do not understand and briefly discuss why these confusing aspects interfered with your general understanding of the reading. If you identify more than two confusing elements, put them in priority order and limit your discussion to the two most important.
        • Step Three: Then pose the author a question, the answer to which should go beyond the reading content and does not reflect the content in step two.

 

Fifth writing: reaction paper 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BW_a6z4pkHU

        • Reaction papers: Each week a supplemental reading and/or video will be assigned. You must complete a reaction paper which will be submitted no later than two hours before class.
          • Step One: Read the required assignment, then choose and describe the three most important aspects (concepts, issues, factual information etc.) of the reading and justify the choices.
          • Step Two: Identify two aspects of the reading you do not understand and briefly discuss why these confusing aspects interfered with your general understanding of the reading. If you identify more than two confusing elements, put them in priority order and limit your discussion to the two most important.
          • Step Three: Then pose the author a question, the answer to which should go beyond the reading content and does not reflect the content in step two.

Last Updated on March 29, 2020 by Essay Pro