Spring 104 2018 Evaluation Assignment.docx

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Paper 1: Evaluation Proposal due in class and on eCampus on Friday, January 26 Rough draft due in class and on eCampus on Friday, February 2 Final draft due on eCampus on Monday, February 12 Overview: Every day, we to evaluate the world around us. Whether it’s the food we eat or the music we listen to, we are always making judgments based on value and taste. It is no surprise then that writing requires that we make, explain, and justify these judgments to other people. After all, we often rely on these judgments from other people to decide whether we’ll go see a movie, buy an album, or go to a restaurant. This paper asks to argue for your own justified judgment of a cultural object or phenomenon. Purpose: To communicate a specific evaluative argument about an object; to use evidence to support a well-organized argument. Task: For this assignment, you will write an essay of at least 1000 words (double spaced in a twelve-point font with one-inch margins) that provides a well-supported evaluation of an object.
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  • Fall '16
  • Nicole Foubister
  • evaluative criteria, Common Criteria

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