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Journal critiques consist of three parts (each part should be one paragraph only): Part 1 Summary Paragraph, Part 2 Analysis of Authors Key Points, and Part 3 Personal Response. Specific to Part 3 Personal Response, personal pronouns are appropriate in this section only of the journal critique. When composing your reviews, remember to use graduate professional writing. Do not begin with “This article is about…” Instead, open the review with a strong thesis statement and summarize the author’s main points in the first paragraph. Using third person, state your personal reaction to the article in the final paragraph (This author agrees/disagrees or “one can see that…”). Things to rememberL 1-Key points are concisely summarized with balance, clarity, and relevance. 2-Relevant and legitimate information clearly supports the critique. It is a thoughtful, focused, in-depth analysis of the topic. 3-The information learned is applied appropriately and with insight for future use. Advanced 4-Sentences are well-phrased and varied in length and structure. Writing displays introductory and concluding sentences that are concise, interesting and focused. The writing is free of errors.