“But Who Can Replace a Man”

Summary and Response of “But Who Can Replace a Man” The Summary section should accurately and objectively summarize the essay itself. The Response section should respond to the essay using one of the two “types” of responses: – Make a connection between the story – An idea we have encountered in class. The Response section also should respond to the essay using one of the two “types” of responses: – Agree and /or disagree with the main idea/thesis of the article – Interpret and reflect on the article (tell what the text means) The Final Draft of this paper must include a CORRECT works cited entry for this source. The Summary: one developed paragraph Be sure to: – Begin with signal phrase and… – … a complete topic sentence that states the most important idea of the essay – Present the most important points the writer makes in support of that idea – Be fair to the writer’s view, be fair – Quote only important words of phrases, but be sure to use some important quote/s The Response: one developed paragraph Be sure to: – Begin your paragraph with a clear statement of your specific connection – Support your response with evidence drawn from the text, as well as your own personal experience and knowledge – Be thoughtful and explain yourself Include a correct works cited entry for the source!