You have not addressed any of these:
• How clearly are the evaluative criteria explained?
• To what extent do I agree with the evaluation? Why?
• How well do I understand why the writer evaluated this subject as he did? That is, how clearly has the writer explained his judgment?
• How familiar am I with the subject that is being evaluated? What does my knowledge add to my reading of this text?
• What else would I like to know about the subject being evaluated?
How can I learn more about it?
• How can I use the techniques of evaluative writing, as demonstrated here, in my own writing?
When an assignment says "consider the following questions," the intention is that you address ALL of them.
How can I do that>? am sorry I am not a thinker person, or criterion, I just dont know how start it or what to write, can you help me please?
Read and reread the article your teacher has assigned to be read before you tackle these questions. Reread it enough times that you think you've memorized it!
Take a separate sheet of paper (don't use the computer) and write an answer for each question in your own words. Write as if you were writing in a journal: just keep writing and don't worry about grammar or spelling or punctuation. Just write.
This is brainstorming.
Once you have done that for every question separately (you'll have at least 6 different sheets of paper with your brainstorming/journaling on them), then reread the article again and then start going through each of your responses to those questions. Highlight the sections you want to keep. Ignore the rest.
Once you've gone back through your brainstorming and highlighted the main ideas you want to keep for each question, start writing. You should probably get at least a paragraph for each of the six questions.
THEN you can add an introduction and a conclusion. (Right now, you should scrap what you have written.)
Post again when you have finished.
If you can't begin to answer any of these questions, I suggest you don't belong in this class. College is for thinking people.
Thank you very much Writeacher, I'll start right now, and Ms sue I know that I dont belong to this class BUT is one of the Requirements :(
Please also don't talk yourself into negatives. Instead of telling yourself you're not a thinker, you must tell yourself you can learn to be a good thinker. You know ... self-fulfilling prophecy?
And if you're not clear on the meanings of any words, be sure to look them up.
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