Part 2: Create a list of at least 5 questions you have about what you learned in the article. Was there something that caught your interest? What more would you like to learn about the topic? 

Part 1: In a well-developed paragraph, reflect on the significance of what you read in the article you were assigned. Reflect on the information you learned from the article and any questions you have. What did you learn that you did not previously know?

Part 2: Create a list of at least 5 questions you have about what you learned in the article. Was there something that caught your interest? What more would you like to learn about the topic?

Remember that a well-developed paragraph should have a strong topic sentence with solid concrete details to support the main point you are trying to make. Use examples from the text and from your experience to support your topic sentence. If you borrow exact words from the article, remember to use quotation marks to indicate that you are using borrowed words. Reference the paragraph editing checklist on pages 356-357 in The Norton Field Guide to Writing textbook.