Responding Critiquing Text

This is the part that comments on the strengths and

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Unformatted text preview: u analyze and evaluate a text? Your analysis will help you and your readers gain an understanding of the text. To analyze the text, you should ask yourself several ques-ons: What is the main point the author is making? Why is he/she making this point? What audience is the author wri-ng for? How does the author argue his/her point? How does the author support his/her argument? Wri-ng a Cri-que To evaluate a text, judge how well the author makes his/her argument. This is the part that comments on the strengths and usefulness of the text, as well as its weaknesses or omissions. Wri-ng a Cri-que As you evaluate, you might ask yourself the following ques=ons: i) Does the author’s argument make sense? ii) Is the text easy to understand or is it confusing? ii...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2014 for the course COM 300 taught by Professor Andrewsachs during the Spring '13 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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