Read an article from a magazine or journal
REQUIRED FORMAT FOR REACTION PAPERS:
- All papers should be properly identified with your name and class, and whether it’s Reaction Paper #1, Reaction Paper #2, or Extra Credit Papers.
- Clearly identify what you did and what it was about. Include your reasons for choosing this activity or topic. List reference. For example: a. Title of article, author, source, date.
b. Title of TV program/documentary, channel, date. c. Name of place you visited, city
d. State your project (interview, challenge, etc.)
- List 5 statements of information or facts you learned (things you learned about topic, person, yourself, etc). Please number your statements and make sure they are clearly visible. Do not imbed them in paragraphs.
- Summarize your reactions, feelings and opinions regarding your learning activity. How does this relate to your life? This should be the main part of your paper. I want to know what you got out of the activity and why you responded the way you did.