Each reading response should be approximately 1-2 pages in length (single-spaced).Though you should write in complete sentences, it is fine to use a bulleted format. These responses are not formal essays or papers.
• Each reading response should include the following:
o A description of the three points or concepts in the chapter that you found most interesting or important (it is best to paraphrase here, but be sure to use quotation marks if you are including exact wording from your textbook);
o An explanation for why you found each point to be interesting or important; and
o A description of how each point can be connected to some external material, such as other material from PSY 325 (outside of the chapter currently being reviewed), specific material from another course, a current news event or a real world event, or a personal experience (by personal experience, I mean something that has happened to you, a friend, or a family member). You should make one external connection per interesting point that you include in your reading response, and note that you are only allowed to have one of your three external connections be to a personal experience. Also note that you will be evaluated on the amount and quality of reflection that you put into these external connections.
• In terms of organization, it works best to discuss all three elements for each point/concept from the textbook before moving on to the next point.
• You must specify the page numbers in the Matsumoto and Juang chapter where each of the important points you include in your reading response can be found.
• Helpful Hint: As you read each text chapter, take notes. If you jot down ideas or questions that come to mind while reading, it will be easier to write your reading response.
reading for chapter 11 & 12will be here :
use the chapter and include page number and one outside source only
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