outline narrative summary concept map W r i t i n g
Case: FULL CITATION
Context Analysis: FULL CITATION
Response: FULL CITATION
Quote of the Case: A quote that grabbed you, made you think, that you THINK might lead to a good discussion of the
Critical/Key Moments/Content of the Case that Highlight Issues of Learner/Teacher/Context
Moments/Content Applications of Theory (Connection to Class Content)
Some part or piece of information
from the case that can be unpacked
by theory to understand the focus of
Explicit connection to content from our course that explains or helps you to
understand the moment identified.
Quote of the Analysis: A quote that grabbed you, made you think, that you THINK might lead to a good discussion of
the Analysis What did you learn about the case from the analysis that you think is important?
Concerns I still
What questions do you still have or would like to ask the author if you could?
Quote of the Response: A quote that grabbed you, made you think, that you THINK might lead to a good discussion of
Reaction to Case and Response What is your general reaction to the case and the teacher’s response?
How would you have reacted?
Questions/Concerns I still have… What questions do you still have or would like to ask the author if you
What concerns do you have about the case and the way things were
Analysis Chapter Outline
This should be a summary of the ANALYSIS chapter. Key concepts/constructs should be defined, the main
ideas should be presented. This can be done as a/an
Any other idea you might have that gets the key ideas on ½ -1 page.
INSTRUCTIONS: This is a 2-page document that includes the information listed below and meets the formatting/quality
expectations listed. Ideally, these outlines can serve as “crib” sheets for the readings and can help students to consolidate their
understanding of the material. Outlines must offer a summary of the required material assigned. However, they may be presented in
any form deemed viable by the crib authors. That is, if authors feel traditional outline form works for the material assigned – they
should use that. However, if authors would prefer to use concept maps, ppt slides, or bulleted lists to summarize the readings
meaningfully these or other alternatives are also acceptable.
Page 1 (may go over – goal is 2 pages) Page 2 Formatting/Quality Expectations
Case: (1) Quote of the Case (Select a meaningful quote from the
reading that struck you as important/interesting or controversial) (2)
Critical/Key Moments/Content of the CASE connected to Course
Analysis (1) Quote of the Analysis, (2) Insights from the Analysis, (3)
Questions/Concerns I still have
Case/Response (1) Quote of the Response, (2) Reaction to Case and
Response, (3) Questions/Concerns I still have.