Summary-Response can be a sentence, a paragraph or a whole essay.
This sheet is mostly about the SENTENCES you will need in the SOLUTIONS paragraph of your essays.
1) SUMMARIZE (with APA citation) a statement or a solution.
2) RESPOND (with APA citation) using EVIDENCE. Is the thing you summarized
The second solution is KEYWORD1. Summary of the solution or statement for KEYWORD 1. More detail on KEYWORD 1. Transition to response using a sentence that starts "However" or "In fact" which says whether or not you think it is effective/true or not. Supporting evidence for the previous sentence. More detail or more evidence.
The second solution is deterrance. One group is painting Rhinos horns with pink poison which is safe for rhinos, but makes people who eat rhino horn as medicine sick ("Poisoning rhino horns," n.d.). However, this does not always work as the colour can be removed, and the poachers do not really care that the customers get sick ("Poisoning rhino horns," 2013, April 4). (link) (link)
The first solution is donating shoes. One donates a pair of shoes to children in the third world for every pair of shoes they sell in the first world ("Giving partner," n.d.). However, this project has exprienced problems with giving the wrong size shoes, and not supporting the delivery of shoes to the countryside. (link) (link)
This paragraph describes three solutions to the problems of shrimp described above. Firstly, people could just stop eating shrimp, however this is
unlikely unless there are more health scares like the one in 2014 ("Shrimp cause 7 deaths", 2014).Secondly, there is one Dutch company that sells free-trade shrimp, which guarantees the workers fair pay ("Free Trade Shrimp," 2014, July 2). However, research shows that only 5% of shrimp are currently fair trade ("Problems in Fair Trade", 2014, July 3).Finally, we could buy only Indian shrimp, as their industry is better regulated ("Indian Shrimp," n.d.), however this could stress their industry and possibly cause more problems.In conclusion, there are a number of possible solutions but each could cause more problems - the best option is perhaps to insist on Free Trade Shrimp at supermarkets and restaurants and hope the percentage goes up.
You're looking EVIDENCE to PROVE your response (e.g. effective/not effective, true/not true)
|bad research||However, the data supporting this is very old"|
"However the research was funded by the company who makes it.
|bad assumptions||However, this solution assumes that poor children all live in cities.|
|missing data||However, the NGO offers no data on hyow many children are actually using the schools.|
|not fully effective||However, only 7% of the product sold is Fair Trade, leaving 90% which might involve child labour.|
|not ready yet||However, the project will not start until 2019, so it is unclear if it is effective."|
|PR||However, this small project is funded by a large tobacco company, which is known for employing child labour - as such it is likely this is an attempt at improving their image rather than an honest attempt to solve the issue, as shown by the fact that they make profits of 5 billion USD each year but only spent 100,000 of that on this project ("Tobacco," n.d.)|
Just summarize more evidence to show that it IS effective
See templates and essay examples for detail, but basically:
Who is doing what? Where? Why? When? How?
1) Transition and give your decision
2) Summarise your PROOF
3) When you write a detail sentence, see quote and paraphrase and use cohesion
|1) Agree,||and add new details to the points.|
|2) Agree||and add new points to the thesis.|
|3) Disagree,||and attack with new details|
|4) Disagree,||and attack with new points|
Thesis: Cats are the best pets
|Small - can live in an apartment||1 (Agree and add detail)||The average cat weighs only 3-4kg.|
|Small - can live in an apartment||3 (Disagree, attack point)||Some cats weigh 11kg - more than dogs|
|Cute||1 (Agree aand add detail)||For example, my friend's cat:|
|Cute||3 (Disagree, attack point)||Not all. For example, hairless cats. Ugh.|
|Friendly||1 (Agree and add detail)||Indeed, my friend's cat likes me|
|Friendly||3 (Disagree, attack point)||Not all. My friend's cat bites.|
|Any true point||3 (Agree, add points)||This is true, and they are also clean|
|Any true point||3 (Agree, add points)||In fact, they are also self-reliant|
|Any true point||4 (Disagree, add new point)||Perhaps true, but they also smelly|
|Any true point||4 (Disagree, add new point)||Perhaps true, but they also expensive|