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July 23, 2013

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SONA 2013 Reaction Paper Essay, Guide, Sample

Rommel Sherwin Copuyoc - 7/23/2013 06:09:00 PM
It has always been a practice that teachers all over the country task their students to write an essay or reaction paper about the SONA 2013

SONA 2013 Reaction Paper Guide
PNoy had already delivered his SONA yesterday at Batasang Pambansa Complex, Quezon City. This is his fourth SONA, which means he only has three more years before stepping out of the office.

To help you formulate a great President Noynoy Aquino SONA 2013 Reaction Paper, we have prepared a guide for you to be able to write on your own.

Also, we have a SONA 2013 Reaction Paper Sample to be uploaded in a few. Please just follow the instructions below. Don't copy and paste. Include your own thoughts and reactions about his platforms and achievements. Make an in-depth analysis of how you feel PNoy administration fared for the past year.

PNoy SONA 2013 Reaction Paper Guide


Teachers have different styles and approach when it comes to writing a reaction paper. However, it is mainly divided into three parts.

Summary. Give a brief background about the topic at hand. You can include some details about the SONA, information on its schedule, location and the simple facts about PNoy's term. You can also include the main theme that PNoy focused on in his speech.

Analysis. Scrutinize the entire speech. Find the strong and weak points. Find the parts you agreed with and the ones you feel doesn't make any sense. Make little comments about the reaction of the crowd and how you perceived it, if it is different from the way the crowd had accepted it. Cite some examples he included in his speech. It would be best if you take note about his experiences, along with its important details. These are the things you should include on your analysis.

Reaction. Lastly, make it a point that you have a strong statement in the end. Whether you agree or not with his platforms, whether you liked what you heard. Relate it to your situation as a citizen of this country. Ask yourself whether which parts of his speech appealed to you. Call for improvements; cite some suggestions. Are you aligned with his goals for the next few years?

If you're not able to watch the SONA 2013 live stream, click here. If you want the full English and Filipino transcript of SONA 2013 full text, just click here.