|Pre-title page: here, you will want to list the type of the article that you are reviewing, the title of the publication, all the authors who contributed to it, author’s affiliations (position, department, institute, city, state, country, email ID)|
|II. Introduction: Objectives, Domain, etc.|
|A. Objective of the Article (goals or purpose), its domain/ topic area
B. Identify the intended audience of the article, i.e. what background should the reader have; what background material one should be familiar with to understand the article?
C. Classify whether the article is Conceptual or Empirical or Review
D. Identify the key pieces of prior research upon which articles are built.
|III. Data , Methodology and Results|
|A. Summarise the article very briefly, roughly as under:
A1. What is the problem being addressed?
A2. Which solution is being proposed?
A3. What evidence is put forward to support the solution provided (if article is of empirical type, highlight what kind of empirical study was conducted as part of the evidence)
B. Briefly summarise the important points (such as observations, conclusions, findings, inferences) and “take home points” in the article
|A. List the article’s original contribution. Discuss each contribution with due care
B. State your opinions of how well the authors presented and discussed the research results including interpretations in the article. It should contain both positive and negative comments with due justification.
C. List three insightful questions of your own arising from this article that could really make one think.