A summary of the research question(s), methodology, and main findings of each article discussed. This should be no more than a few sentences to show that you understood the article. The main body of the paper should be devoted to:
A critique of the article(s)
Was the methodology appropriate? What, if any, were their flaws?
Were the conclusions appropriate given the results?
How can the study be improved? What was good about the article? iii. It is very easy to tear apart an article. Find and discuss at least one strength (e.g., strong methodology, interesting/unexplored research question), or discuss why there are no strengths.
Include one discussion question based on the article(s). These should be open-ended (i.e., not answerable by a yes/no), and reflect critical thinking about the article.