CREATED ON 20th June 2018
COMPLETED ON 21st June 2018
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Journal Article Review 2: ASD or Communication Disorders

You will conduct 2 reviews during this course. Your Journal Article Reviews must involve critiquing and reviewing selected articles on specific topics. Each review must be 1–2 double-spaced pages and follow current APA format. This includes the use of APA headings (Summary, Analysis, Personal Response). A submission of less than 1 page will not receive credit. You must choose an article from 1 of the professional journals of special education listed below. You will evaluate and critique 1 research article from varying professional journals. The journal article reviews must involve critiquing and reviewing selected articles on specific assigned topics. The paper will include a title page, a reference page, body (Summary, Analysis, Personal Response), and have a 2-page limit. The title page, in-text citations, and the reference page are NOT included in the word limit. Journal article critiques consist of three parts (separated by APA formatted headings): • Part 1—Summary Paragraph; • Part 2—Analysis of Author’s Key Points; • Part 3—Personal Response. Please note the articles should be recent (within the last 5 years), and the article topic for each review must be relevant to the current topic in the chapter readings. Therefore, the topics for each journal article review are as follows: • Journal Article Review #2 – Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or Communication Disorders When composing your reviews, practice using graduate professional writing. Do not begin with "This article is about..." Instead, open the review with a strong thesis statement and summarize the author's main points in the first paragraph. Using third person, state your personal reaction to the article in the final paragraph (“This author agrees/disagrees…” or "one can see that..."). Submit this assignment by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of the assigned module/week. JOURNAL TITLES Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly Journal of Clinical Psychology Adolescent Health, Medicine & Therapeutics Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities American Annals of the Deaf Journal of Learning Disabilities American Journal of Occupational Therapy Journal of Intellectual Disability Research American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Journal of Learning Disabilities Annals of General Psychiatry Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities Augmentative & Alternative Communication Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance Behavioral Disorders Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research Beyond Behavior Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness Childhood Education Journal of Special Education Clearing House Language and Speech Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools Assessment for Effective Intervention Learning Disability Practice Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities Music Educators Journal Neuropsychiatry Education & Treatment of Children Palaestra Educational Psychology in Practice Pediatric Nursing Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice Pediatrics European Journal of Pediatrics Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics Exceptional Children Physical Therapy Exceptional Parent PLoS Biology Focus on Exceptional Children Preventing School Failure Gifted Child Quarterly Reading Teacher Intervention in School & Clinic Remedial and Special Education Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing Research in Developmental Disabilities Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities School Psychology Review Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders School Psychology Quarterly Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing Support for Learning Journal of Child & Family Studies Teaching Exceptional Children Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry The New England Journal of Medicine Journal for the Education of Gifted The Psychological Record Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
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