*First, you must review the Bunn piece on "How to Read" (https://wac.colostate.edu/
*Then, read and carefully annotate Anderson's article "Just One More Game." (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/
*Remember, your notes should directly respond to the text. Do you agree or disagree with certain passages? Why or why not? You can also leave thoughtful questions in the margins to demonstrate your engagement with the text. Your notes should indicate that you are reading like a writer, not someone casually reading and only summarizing key points. I have attached a sample, which isn't the best example of effective note-taking--however, I want everyone to have a clear idea of what you should and shouldn't do as you take notes.
*Things to AVOID:
.Writing way too many notes
How do you annotate your article electronically?
First, you should save the article in .pdf format. I have uploaded a .pdf version of the article (file:///C:/Users/Tieng/
Yes! If you don't want to annotate electronically, print the article, annotate it by hand, and then scan it. After, you can upload it to your computer. Remember to save it as a .pdf on your computer--then submit it here.