Graff and Birkenstein-Good Summarizing

A summary is putting somebody else’s literature into your own words. You put the main idea, a few key details, and anything important from the text into the summary. Although we all know just what a summary is, not everybody can summarize so well. A high quality summary takes what you are restating from the literature, and then it adds a slight hint towards what you are trying to argue. Continue reading “Graff and Birkenstein-Good Summarizing”

What We Learn from Misleading Article Titles

Quite often we end up reading articles we see on the Internet based on the little that we see in the title. Sure it can be misleading, but anything to catch the reader’s eye will do for the writer. This is the case when it comes to this article: Continue reading “What We Learn from Misleading Article Titles”