Now that you have read your piece and have taken some notes, address the prompts below.
Note: Remember to cite any works you use in your assignment. You will not be graded on the citations; the purpose is just to make certain you are practicing using citations. Refer to the guides under guidelines for submission for more information on citations.
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
1 – What article for your term-long critical analysis project? List the title and author.
2 – An author’s purpose or goal is their reason for writing a work. Based on a literal reading of your selected article, what do you believe is the author’s purpose?
3 – What pieces of evidence from the text led you to arrive at that decision?
4 – An author’s audience is the group or groups of people who are being addressed in the reading. What audience do you believe the author is writing for in your selected article? What potential challenges does the author face when addressing their purpose with this audience?
Guidelines for Submission
Save your work in a Word document and include a page with references. It must be written in MLA or APA format. Use double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.