Students are assigned one weekly reading assignment (ten total) to include peer-reviewed seminal or breakthrough articles specific to the upcoming lecture. Students are required to summarize the findings of the article in a single page summary (one page +/- one paragraph, single-line spacing, 11pt font) and include a comment and/or question for discussion. The comment may include how materials relate to other course concepts or examples from your own life experience. The question may address any aspect of the paper including something that was confusing or about applying the material to different contexts. The completed assignments will be submitted before the lecture when the reading will be discussed . Full credit will be given for submitting on time with reasonable content (1 point), including both summary questions and/or comment (1 point), and meeting length requirements (1 point). A brief grace period of 30 minutes or less will apply in order to account for occasional technical difficulties in submitting work. Timely submission of work is important to keep pace with the course and to allow time to review grading feedback to guide maximum performance on subsequent work.
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Some additional considerations you may include for the attached reading which will be brought up in discussion: (1) Why did this error happen? (2) Who is at fault, if anyone? (3) How could this issue have been prevented?