Commentary Template Title: A full bibliographic reference in APA style. Summary: A brief overview of the article’s main ideas. Major Concepts: A bulleted list of three major concepts discussed in the article. Each bullet should be explained/explored. Important Quote: Select one quote that you think is important to this work. Explain why this quote is important given the questions, design, and findings in no more than three sentences. Discussion Questions: Craft two questions that you would ask using this article as a context for discussion. These questions should move past the reading to engage classmates in the research design, conceptual and/or theoretical framework/s, and or potential practical or scholarly significance. Critique: Pose a critique of the article’s design, conceptual and/or theoretical framework/s, and/or potential practical or scholarly significance. This critique is not an opinion – whether or not you enjoyed the reading or feel it is useful in your classroom contexts – but, asks you to “dig in” to the claims the author makes, how evidence is presented to support her/his/their findings, and/or the articulation between the research questions, approach, and potential practical or scholarly significance. Literature Connections: Identify one peer-reviewed article that relates to or extends the findings or design, uses a complementary framework, or refutes the findings of the article you were assigned. Include this citation (in APA style) and explain the connection in no more than three sentences.