comparison and contrast of the sites themselves and their target audiences It

Comparison and contrast of the sites themselves and

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comparison and contrast of the sites themselves and their target audiences. It does not just describe. If there is not a clear analysis of a technical and non-technical website, provide feedback to your peer on where the analysis needs to be in the document. Point out any areas where there is description. “There are numerous similarities between the two websites. First, both websites provide information regarding the health of people in the United States and beyond. Moreover, the websites provide information about diseases such as HIV. They also discuss health standards, health practices, and many other diverse aspects of healthy living.” Here I see that you have interacted thoroughly with each site and there is description. Perhaps consider including more content on the site analysis section: formal style vs informal writing, and whether target audience is technical or non- technical. 4. The analysis is concrete in that it uses examples from the Websites to support major points. The use of examples is selective and to-the-point. The examples are included in order to illustrate the analysis point and not to fill the page with words. There are no long direct quotations (defined as more than 3 lines) from the analyzed Websites. What seems to be missing in the memo is specific examples from each website within the comments. 5. The student explains how the examples relate back to the analysis. If there are any deviations to these criteria, provide your peer with feedback using the peer review worksheet templates to guide your responses.
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The analysis commentary was strongly cited from Michael’s Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change .
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