Peer-reviewed journals are the mandated source for reflective article reviews. Generally, the articles you choose to review must range from 8–30 pages. Articles adding knowledge to the field via research is the goal.
Use appropriate headings in your paper to represent each requirement in the following template.
Include the title of the assignment, your name, institution, course, and date.
At the top of your assignment, include a citation in current APA format for the journal article being reviewed.
In 2–3 paragraphs, write a summary of the article. The summary must include the purpose, objectives, and how the research is conducted. Direct quotations must not be used. Comprehend, analyze, summarize, and paraphrase only where necessary.
In 1–2 paragraphs, discuss the findings, meaning, and conclusions of the article. Hypotheses or theories of the author(s) must be included in this section along with the results of the test(s).
In 1 paragraph, assess and critique the results of the article and offer any recommendations for improvement and/or future research on the topic. This section allows your opinion to be represented, but it must be supported.
Include a minimum of 2 additional references (not including the article reviewed) used in the review.
APA Format, article review minimum 2 pages.