In order to receive full points for content, there are 3 components students must fulfill in the summary. First, you need to identify what you believe to be the thesis. While the thesis you identify may be different from mine or your peers’, so long as your evidence supports it, you will gain full points. Second, your summary should reference specific people, places, or events from the article. Finally, your summary should focus solely on the contents of the article. Any indication of bias or personal opinion will reduce points.
You will need to make less than 5 grammatical/spelling errors, stay within 250-500 words total, and use 12pt font, Times New Roman, double-spaced with proper MLA heading.