1) Choose one of the readings that have been provided to you in the online class space in Week 1 of this unit. Read your chosen reading and take notes of the main points of the article. These notes do not have to be submitted but will help you complete 2).
2) In third person, write a paragraph that clearly summarises the article. In-clude in this summary the name of the author and the article’s main argument / thesis topic. Do not use dot points or lists. Use full sentences so it becomes a paragraph of about 150 words.
3) Using the library resources, locate another article (book chapter or journal article) that has a similar topic to your chosen article. Read that article / chapter.
4) In third person, write a second paragraph that summarises the main argu-ment / thesis topic of this second article. Include in this summary the name of the author and the article’s main argument / thesis topic. Use full sentences so it be-comes a paragraph of about 150 words. Think about how you might use transi-tion words to link your paragraphs.
5) In a third paragraph, using third person, consider the credibility of your two articles. Use Brick, Herke and Wong’s (2016) reliability tests in Chapter 6 (pp. 66 – 73).
This third paragraph may be 150 – 200 words.
6) Create a reference list with the articles used correctly referenced using APA 6 format. This reference list is not included in your final word count.
7) Check your work for correct spelling and grammar, and ensure it conforms to the presentation guidelines outlined in the Student Learning Support website