Summarize the research study and results that are reported on in the two short articles by Walter Mischel. The articles discuss the same research study. The main difference between the two articles is that they are written for different audiences. Important details
Your summary should be approximately 1-1.5 pages (double-spaced).
Do not use any direct quotations. Practice your paraphrasing skills.
Include the MLA citation of the article at the end of the summary. Center the heading in the page: “Works Cited.” And then provide the MLA citation. (See below for the citations that you can simply cut and paste.)
Mischel, Walter. The Marshmallow Test: Mastering Self-Control. Little, Brown, 2014.
Mischel, Walter, Yuichi Shoda, and Monica L. Rodriguez. Delay of Gratification in Children. Science, 26 May 1989, pp. 93338.
Notice that the style is different–one source is a book and the other is a journal article. Each type of source has a specific way it must be formatted.
Upload your summary to the Drop box. After you upload, check the “originality score.” This will let you know if you have inadvertently included too much of the original text. Your originality score should be less than 20%
To prepare for this assignment we have :
* Reviewed ingredients of a good summary-the info on Canvas and Ch 2 of They say, I say.
* Outlined the most important parts of the article
* Developed a first draft of a topic sentence.
* Discussed essay formatting and how to cite
Review the rubric. This is how your summary will be graded. Use this rubric to guide ONE MORE REVIEW of your summary before you submit it.
After you upload, check the “originality score.” This will let you know if you have inadvertently included too much of the original text. Your originality score should be less than 20%
All late assignments will have points deducted. This assignment is meant to help you with the next assignment. Turning it in late will not help you prepare for the next, longer essay.