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elcome to WritePoint, the automated review system that recognizes errors most commonly made by university students in academic essays. The system embeds comments into your paper and suggests possible changes in grammar and style. Please evaluate each comment carefully to ensure that the suggested change is appropriate for your paper, but remember that your instructor's preferences for style and format prevail. You will also need to review your own citations and references since WritePoint capability in this area is limited. Thank you for using WritePoint. CRT 205
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[NOTE: WritePoint comments are computer- generated writing and grammar suggestions inviting the consideration and analysis of the writer, not infallible statements of right/wrong, and they should not be used as grading elements. Also, at present, WritePoint cannot detect quotations or block-quotes, so comments in those areas should be ignored.] Axia College Material Appendix D Critical Analysis Forms Fill out one form for each source. Source 1 [Write out numbers under 10] Title and Citation: The Death Penalty Does Not Deter Crime. Grant, Robert. "The Death Penalty Does Not Deter Crime." Opposing Viewpoints: Problems of Death . Ed. David A. Greenhaven Press, 2006. Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center . Thomson Gale. University of Phoenix - main a numeral to start a sentence is inappropriate in academic writing--write out the number or restructure the 2008 <http://find.galegroup.com/ov 1 [Write out numbers under 10] Identify the principal [Word choice. Principle is a noun meaning an accepted truth. Principal is both a noun and an adjective. As a noun, principal means a person in authority or a sum of money. As an adjective, principal means the most important. Did you mean principle?] [Check spelling: "principal" is the high school officer or an adjective meaning "the main"; "principle" is a noun meaning a tenet or fundamental] issue presented by the source. The subject of this source is capital punishment. It presents the viewpoint of capital punishment as an act of violent revenge which [Use "that" for a restrictive phrase (or place a comma before "which")] fails to prevent crime, but instead breeds more violence. 2 [Write out numbers under 10] [Write out the number] Identify any examples of bias presented by the author [If this means yourself, avoid referring I consider this source to be generally a type of evident bias because the author does not admit factors why capital punishment could be allowed. There is ["There is" is an awkward phrase if "there" is not clearly a CRT 205
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to yourself in the third person; if this is a personal account, use the first person (I, me, my)] . If none exist, explain how you [Word choice. In academic writing, second person (you and your) should be replaced with a third person pronoun (he, she, it, one, and they). ] [Eliminate second person (you, your) in academic documents
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