Critical Response Guidelines 030614

Critical Response Guidelines 030614 - 4 Discuss whether the...

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Cultural Event Critique Directions : Write about 2-3 paragraphs in the Cultural Events Blog that include the following information. The blog defaults to single spacing. You may use first person. 1. Introduce with the name and date of the event in the first sentence. 2. Briefly summarize the event. 3. Discuss whether the event was valuable to you personally or to the community; provide examples from the event to support your claims.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Discuss whether the event might change an attendee’s thinking about a topic or cause them to take action? Why or why not? 5. If you’d like, offer negative evaluations in a respectful way; your claims must be supported. Two critiques during the semester; each must be turned in one week after the event. Grading Criteria: Thoroughness Effective support for claims Points : 50 each English 102 1...
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