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Reader Response Essay – Must follow format shown on “Essay Set Up” document. Length: 2-3 pages (this means at least two full pages – to the bottom of the second page) Use the same reading that you used for your Diagnostic Essay. A summary/ response first summarizes what you’ve read and then gives your reaction to the text. You have already written a summary of this article for your Diagnostic Essay. You may use that exact summary as the first part of this essay, but should make any changes indicated by the grade that it received. Your response should be at least three-fourths of the essay. It will contain an introduction, body, and conclusion. Your response should be focused and have a thesis, topic sentences, and a central argument. The introduction will come after the summary. This may seem strange, and is not the usual order, but in this case what you are introducing is your response to what you have read. You have set it up by summarizing what the article says, now you will say what you think about it. This introduction needs a thesis statement that you will build your response around. Basically, tell what you will talk about next. Your response is your reaction to what you have read. It may include one or more of the following: A response to what a text says, in which case you might consider these questions: What does the writer claim? What reasons or evidence does he or she provide to support the claim? What parts of the text do you agree with? Is there anything you disagree with—and if so, why? Does the writer represent any views other than his or her own? If not, what other perspectives should be considered? Are there any aspects of the topic that the writer overlooks or ignores? A response on the way a text is written, in which case you might consider these questions: What is the writer’s message? Is there an explicit statement of that message? How well has the writer communicated the message? How does the writer support what he or she says: by citing facts or 2 statistics? By quoting experts? By noting person experiences? Are you persuaded? Are there any words, phrases, or sentences that you find notable, and that contribute to the text’s overall effect? The conclusion – In this essay, the conclusion should be a reflection on your own reaction to the text, which should answer some of these questions: How did the text affect you personally? Is there anything in the text that really got your attention? If so, what? Do any parts of the text provoke an emotional reaction—make you laugh or cry, make you uneasy? What prompted that response? Does the text bring to mind any memories or past experiences? Can you see anything related to you and your life in the text? Does the text remind you of any other texts? Does the text support (or challenge) any of your beliefs? How? Has the reading of this text given you any new ideas or insights? You should have a Works Cited page for the article to which you are responding. You should not use any other sources – this is based on your response to the article that you read.

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