Personalized Reading Summary has both Expository/Informative elements, as well a

Personalized Reading Summary has both Expository/Informative elements, as well as an Argumentative element:
Providing Information, as well as providing an Argument – Part A and B
Your Point; Supporting Evidence; Explicit Connection
Write in concise and deliberate paragraphs. Two to three paragraphs on a double-spaced page is standard, especially for developing writers.
Standard Paragraph Structure: Topic Sentence (TS), Supporting Sentences (SS), Concluding Sentences (CS)
Opening or Structuring Paragraph: TS (Argument/Objective of writer), SS/CS (Methodology/Purpose of Writing)
What Is It; What Do They Do; How Do They Do It; Argues; Greater Significance
Or: Central Question; Debates; Argument; Strengths and Weaknesses of Argument
Part A and Part B (Summary and Connection), Two Readings
In addition to Part A and Part B, you must compare and contrast the readings that you’ve decided to discuss – Similarities? Differences? Focus on: Format; Projects; Methods; Arguments; Etc.
Templates:
Part A and Part B (1); Part A and Part B (2); Comparison and Connection
Part A (1), Part A (2); Part B (1), Part B (2); Comparison and Connection