Self-Review for “Fatigue” Summary

“Fatigue” Summary Personal Evaluation Questions

  1. Does the first sentence identify the subject of your summary? It should give the full name of the author and the full title of the article, properly punctuated.
  2. Does the first and/or second sentence name the topic and thesis of the author’s article? If not, check the article to make sure you know the thesis and compose your sentences now.
  3.  Does the summary contain all the main points of the original? Are they in the same order as the original? If any are omitted, what are they?
  4.  Does the summary accurately define all three types of fatigue? For each, does it summarize:
    • The causes(s)
    • The effect(s)
    • The treatment
  5. Does the summary cover any sub-point or example of major importance?
  6. Does the summary cover any supporting points that you think aren’t important enough to be in the summary? If so, what are they?

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