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How do I title a summary/analysis paper?


Sep 29, 2009   #1
I have to write a summary/analysis paper on an article for my english 101 class. The article I am using is titled, "Learning? Yes, of course? Education? No, thanks." by Aaron Falbel. The only thing I am unclear on is how to title my paper. Do I simply use the title of the aforementioned article followed by, "...: A Summary/Analysis," or am I supposed to come up with a sub-title? Any suggestions would be very appreciated.

Thanks!

Sep 29, 2009   #2
I would use the article's title (make sure to include the author) and then as a subtitle, put "An Analysis of..." and then whatever the article is about.
Sep 29, 2009   #3
No, don't use the article's title as your title. Call it something like "Learning Versus Education" and then identify the title and author of the article in your first or second sentence.


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