Read the entire article. Many journal articles can be quite complex and use complicatedwording and statistics. You may need to read the article a few times before you get a fullgrasp of it.2. Write a citation for the journal article at the top of the review. You will need the title ofthe article, the journal where the article is published, the volume and issue number,publication date, author’s name and page numbers for the article.3. Write a summary of the article. This should be one to two paragraphs, depending on thelength of the article.4. Relate the article to our studies in the next few paragraphs. Does it confirm what youread in the text, expand on the information, or does it differ in some way? What is youropinion of the article- did you find it interesting, challenging? Discuss any flaws with thearticle, how you think it could have been better and what you think it all means.5. Write one final paragraph. Why did you choose this article? What interests you aboutthis subject/period of history? What did you learn from it and what questions do you stillhave that might lead to further study?