This assignment is due Sunday 6/8. I will be able to provided the articles from the book. Critique ANY TWO of the articles from your readings in Part II of Everyday Arguments and compose two brief evaluative essays, or critiques. Each critique should be 300-500 words, emphasizing the positive and negative aspects of the particular essays. These essays should be submitted as a single file.
You might answer the following questions in your two critiques:
1. Is the author’s point of view known?
2. How much evidence does the author present?
3. Is there enough evidence to prove the claim?
4. Is the evidence factual?
5. Does the material come from a wide range of sources?
6. Why do you personally like or dislike the article or essay?
You might also want to utilize the commentaries and discussion questions within each unit as guides to developing your two critiques.
View the Rubric for Critiques located under the “Course Information” link to see how you will be evaluated.Cite your sources using CSU-Global APA formatting. Submit your critiques in a single document to this assignment dropbox.
Consider the following questions as you create your paper:
Does the writing have a definite beginning, middle, and end?
Is the writing easy to follow?
Does the writing review the text?
Does the writing emphasize the positive and negative aspects of the writing?
Does the paper use valid facts, quotes, statistics, examples and/or testimony to support the assertion?
Is APA documentation used correctly?
Is the format standard?
Are citations in parentheses concise and complete enough to find the source on the reference page?
Word Choice/Effective Sentences/Punctuation/Spelling and Mechanics
Are ideas parallel?
Are words added to make comparisons logical and complete?
Do modifiers point to the words they modify?
Does the writing maintain a consistent point of view?
Are verbs consistent in mood, voice, and tense?
Is the paper void of spelling and mechanical errors?