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Academic Summary Prompt

An Academic Summary is a short paper that explains the main points of a larger article or text. Find the most important points of the text and explain them using your own words. Tell the reader of the paper what the article that you chose is about. The point of the paper is to summarize someone else’s work so that when it comes time to write your own research papers you can know what a reader is looking for. The topic of this academic summary will be: STEM implementation in K-12 schools.

Guidelines

  • The Academic Summary for this class must be 500-750 words
  • You must identify the article, the author, how the author conducts his/her research, the discussion (why the article is important in the first place), and the conclusion
  • You must use short citations (cited correctly in the text) and include a work cited page of all resources that you used in your paper.
    • Note: the only resource that you have to use and cite is the article that you are writing your paper on.
  • Grammar, punctuation, and content must be on par with university standards.
  • Along with the actual paper you need three other pieces
    • The article itself
    • The Academic Summary Template (Completed)
    • Peer Review Worksheet (Completed)
  • Note: You must have all four pieces to receive full credit.Academic Summary Prompt
  • Dates
    • 1st Draft (Oct. 15th)
    • Final Draft (Oct 22nd)

This is the first of three papers that are due in class.

Academic Summary Prompt

An Academic Summary is a short paper that explains the main points of a larger article or text. Find the most important points of the text and explain them using your own words. Tell the reader of the paper what the article that you chose is about. The point of the paper is to summarize someone else’s work so that when it comes time to write your own research papers you can know what a reader is looking for. The topic of this academic summary will be: STEM implementation in K-12 schools.