Reaction papers shall 1) State the various sides of an issue; 2) present your position on the issue supported with a clear rationale based upon the readings and other sources you may consult; 3) conclude your paper with a strong and compelling statement for your position
A reaction paper simply requires you to read the assigned articles in the attachments b-1 and e 1 , reflect upon the
arguments made and communicate your personal position on the issue. You should write 3 paragrpgh
1) begin with a brief summary of the two authors
, 2) state your position on the issue and make a case for that position
3) make a compelling conclusion to drive home your point.
Your position should be based upon the ideas of the authors and additional sources you may bring to the
the paper should not be more that 1 page