What issues did he/she identify?

The summary paper: How to do it. There are four parts of a summary paper; objectives, methodology, main points and the conclusion. First read the article that you are to summarize. Then go back to the Writing Handbook and read chapter four on how to locate the objectives of an article. Next, go back to the article and look for the objectives of the article. Underline the objectives. For example: What questions were asked by the author? What issues did he/she identify? What are the arguments? Next look for the research methods used by the writer of the article you are summarizing. These are found in chapter five of the Writing Handbook. Underline them, perhaps with a different-colored pencil. Follow the same procedure for the main points shown in chapter 6, and how to locate the conclusion as shown in chapter seven. Read other chapters of the WHB but focus on chapter 11 on Do‘s and Don‘ts for a summary/critique paper. Chapter ten is about how to set up your summary and the critique paper. Some students€˜ sample summary and critique papers are found in chapter eleven. The critique paper: Read chapter 9 of WHB. You may skip the article, Anthropology as Interpretive Quest by Prof. Roger M. Keesing, pages 93-111. Read everything else in this chapter. Keep a copy of your Summary and Critique, FACES and WHB papers. I am not responsible for lost papers. 1. Writing Center / Lab: Take your summary/critique paper to the writing lab for assistance in sentence structure. I encourage you to visit the lab and make sure that they stamp your paper. 2. Writing Lab in the Library. The writing lab in the library provides assistance with your papers. 3. If you have problems with writing the summary and the critique paper, see me during office hours for assistance. Bring both the Faces Reader & WHB to the appointment. 4. Do not submit identical papers. Both papers will be rejected