Writing the reading report

The following are the guidelines for writing the reading report. If two chapters are assigned for the particular week, the following steps must be done for each assigned chapter.

– Write a half-page single-space summary in your own words. For example, What is the main topic/subject of the chapter? What appeared to you as most important and relevant in the chapter?

– Write a half-page single-space reflection that will present your personal opinion about the subject which is treated in the chapter. For example, Did you enjoy reading the chapter, and why? What did you like most about it? Is there something that you did not like, and why? Is something that you read in the chapter familiar to your culture, faith, personal experience? Is there something that you learned from the chapter that can be used in everyday life?

– The whole report should be 1 single-spaced-page long maximum (1/2 page summary + 1/2 page reflection) per assigned chapter. Since there are two assigned chapters, it means that the weekly reading report will consist of two pages.

– Before submitting the report, do not forget to write down your full name, and the title and pages of the textbook on which the report is written.

Reference

Rae, S. (2018). Moral Choices. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from