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Paper #1 — Evaluation Evaluation Paper 500 – 750 words (or more) Times New Roma



Paper #1 — EvaluationEvaluation Paper 500 – 750 words (or more)Times New Roman font, size 12Choose a subject to evaluate — this can be anything from a single item (like a movie or a television show)to a multiple range (like a series of like products). Write an essay assessing your subject, giving yourreaders all of the background information, reasons, and evidence they will need to accept your judgment. Feel free to write a praising or a condemning critique. Your principal aim is to convince your readers thatyour evaluation of this subject is informed and reasonable, and is based on criteria that are generallyaccepted as appropriate for judging this kind of subject.Think of your choice carefully. Make sure it is one that you know well, have definite opinions about and can write about clearly and fully. Therefore, some primary research will be necessary in order to do this well.Furthermore, think of your audience carefully. How much background information will they need? Howmuch description of the subject will be needed? Are your criteria appropriate to both your subject and your audience? Or is it too eccentric and personal? Is your judgment clear, fair and supportable? Must have at least 3 well-developed reasons to support your assertion/thesis. Apt comparison between your subject and another may also be most useful to let your readers get a wider fix upon both the work and your judgment of it.Overall, be credible.Single Evaluation OutlineTitle: sets up expectations; engages, creates curiosity; informs of subject; could give pov1. Introduction: Engages audience–Identifies subject–gives evaluative statement up front–may provide background if necessary (if large enough, could become a part by itself)–may give plot synopsis (if film review)–may set up criteria desired from ideal subject–may layout reasons in thumbnail fashion why subject is good/bad2. Body: Demonstrates reasons, with evidence to support thesis–uses point-for-point organization–uses evidence from subject to support pov–embeds cons (if a pro review) within the pros, but is fair3. Conclusion: wrap up/send offreasserts in a more confident manner your thesis/evaluative positionThink of audience need at all times

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