Learning Goal: I’m working on a english discussion question and need an explanat

Learning Goal: I’m working on a english discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.For this assignment, you are going to summarize and respond to the article Download The Future of Sea World.” I have included the original references from the article, converted to MLA style, to give you an idea of what a Works Cited page will look like. This is the citation for the article itself:Javanaud, Katie, et al. “The Future of SeaWorld.” Journal of Animal Ethics, vol. 8, no. 2, Fall 2018, pp. 133– 137. EBSCOhost, doi:10.5406/janimalethics.8.2.0133. Accessed 2 Mar. 2021. In your signal phrases, then, use the author’s last name (Javanaud) plus “et al.,” which means “and others.” Your sentence might look like this:Javanaud et al. argue that Sea World is responsible for many other aquatic animals other than orcas and should take steps for their well-being also. (Note that “Javanaud et al.” takes a plural verb.)You can vary this by noting the publication source, such as this:In an article in the Journal of Animal Ethics, the authors argue that Sea World must ensure the health of many types of aquatic animals. You do not have to include a Works Cited page for your summary and response since you will only be using this one article that I provided. In the first few lines of your assignment, you should provide a brief introduction to the topic of the article before you transition to a detailed summary. After your summary, write a thorough response to the article that focuses on the authors’ thesis and supporting details. You can agree, disagree, or meet the authors somewhere in the middle, but you must explain your ideas about the article and the topic in full.Summary: Your summary should include all the elements of academic summaries outlined in the Week One materials (“How to Write a Summary” and “Writing Summaries”), including the author’s name and the article title, an objective rendering of the author’s thesis and main ideas, and signal phrases throughout to give the authors credit for their ideas.Response: Your response can include an analysis of the authors, their purpose, the intended audience, the style and tone of the text, the organization and presentation of ideas, and the assumptions/values being presented. Also, you can reflect on the effectiveness of the thesis, the ideas with which you agree and/or disagree, and the article’s meanings or implications. Feel free to include your own observations or prior knowledge about the topic.NOTE: This assignment should be a minimum of two paragraphs long. Be sure to use signal phrases, paraphrases, and even direct quotations from the article if necessary.Requirement: 500 words, double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt fontRubricSummary/ResponseSummary/ResponseCriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Introduction & Summary25 ptsAbove ExpectationsThe introduction provides a compelling explanation of the topic discussed in the article; the summary demonstrates a close, critical reading of the text and accurately and objectively represents the authors’ central claim and key supporting points; signal phrases are used consistently and accurately throughout the summary.20 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe introduction provides a general explanation of the topic discussed in the article; the summary demonstrates reasonable comprehension of the text and presents most of the authors’ central claim and key supporting points; signal phrases are used accurately throughout the summary, though 1-2 signal phrases are unclear or missing.12 ptsBelow ExpectationsThe introduction provides a vague or insufficient explanation of the topic discussed in the article; the summary demonstrates a superficial reading of the text and/or fails to present the authors’ main ideas and supporting points; signal phrases are used inaccurately or are unclear or missing in several places.25 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Response15 ptsAbove ExpectationsThe response demonstrates that you have a strong sense of the authors’ argument and rhetorical choices; the response clearly and persuasively evaluates the authors’ effectiveness in persuading the intended audience; the response provides compelling reasoning for your assessment of the text and might also include a new perspective or opposing viewpoint.12 ptsMeets ExpectationsThe response demonstrates a firm understanding of the author’s argument and some acknowledgement of the authors’ rhetorical choices; the response articulates agreement/disagreement with the authors’ ideas and asserts a judgment about the effectiveness of the authors’ approach; the response provides clear reasoning for claims made about the text.9 ptsBelow ExpectationsThe response demonstrates a lack of understanding about the authors’ argument and does not mention the authors’ rhetorical choices; the response articulates agreement/disagreement with the authors’ ideas but does not address the effectiveness of the author’s argument or writing choices; the response provides little to no reasoning for claims made about the text.15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Mechanics10 ptsAbove ExpectationsWriting is well-organized into at least two coherent, well-developed paragraphs with 0-2 errors in syntax, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.8 ptsMeets ExpectationsWriting is organized into at least two well-developed paragraphs with 3-5 errors in syntax, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.6 ptsBelow ExpectationsWriting is one long paragraph with incoherent organization and insufficient detail; more than 5 errors in syntax, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.10 ptsTotal Points: 50
Requirements: 500 words, double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 pt font