* Write a 100-word, one-page (minimum) critical reading reflection
- This reflection is not meant to be a summary but instead a space for you to engage in a critical scholarly discourse. This reflection may challenge or make connections to one or more main idea from your selected reading.
- You need not need to answer every question, but the following questions may help to guide your reflection:
- What was something new you learned from the reading?
- What is useful or helpful about a concept or theory you’ve learned from the reading?
- What do you agree or disagree in the reading? Why?
- What application(s) do you see in your reading for your personal goals or aspirations?
- How relevant is the concept learned from the reading in your purpose in life?
- What connection(s) can you make between the idea(s) you’ve learned from the reading and those that you’ve read in the past?
- 100-word, one-page minimum Critical Reflection Paper (no penalty if word limit exceeds)
- Double space. Times New Roman. 12-point font
- Set the margins to one-inch on all sides.
- Indent the first line on each paragraph.
- Use the header to write your name, course & section, date
- Add a title before your text/reflection.
- You may use only one quote from the article. Your voice is more important in this assignment.
- Insert the link of your article at the bottom of your reflection.
here is the article you have to read and write about