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Friday, May 14, 2010

Critical Evaluation

Critically evaluate an idea at the start of each paragraph by thinking of a perspective (e.g. politics, law, theology, etc.) from which it will be successful (when agreeing) or unsuccessful (when differing in opinion). An example of agreement from a perspective is "Smith argued for the planning of science because no two research students should work on the same project" should be agreed with by writing "A supervisor should cite the research student's idea from the project he worked on".

The Critical Evaluation may be interpreted as an algorithm (e.g. the point at which the supervisor's to-do list should be suspended was found, which is why he didn't cite the student's work). See Structure of a Paragraph.

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