Unit 3: Evaluation Essay Rough Draft Due: Submit Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) to the dropbox labeled “Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) Rough Draft” by Wednesday, April

Unit 3: Evaluation Essay Rough Draft Due: Submit Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) to the dropbox labeled “Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) Rough Draft” by Wednesday, April 14th at 9:35 a.m. (Central Time) (This essay must be completed according to the assignment guidelines outlined in the assignment sheet for the author to receive credit for completing the assignment and to be eligible to participate in the peer review session) Final Draft Due: Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) due in dropbox marked “Unit 3 (Evaluation Essay) Final Draft” by 11:59 p.m. (Central Time) on Wednesday, April 21st; no late Evaluation Essays will be accepted. Purpose: In an evaluation essay, your goal is to evaluate the effectiveness of something by developing criteria, or standards to judge the thing, ranking those criteria in order to focus on the most important criteria, and then applying the criteria to evaluate how effectively the thing meets the criteria. Think, for instance, of an album. If you were evaluating an album, then you would have to create criteria to evaluate the album. So, two of your criteria might be the number of awards that the album won and how many times the singer said the word “the.” If you were evaluating whether or not this was a great album, then you would have to rank the criteria by which criteria were the most important in determining if the album was great or not. In this case, the number of awards the album won would probably be more important in determining its greatness, so you would probably focus on that criterion rather than the amount of times the singer used the word “the.” Tasks (How to write this essay): Skills (Learning Outcomes Achieved): Demonstrate understanding of and ability to read and respond to the demands of the rhetorical situation (author, audience, and subject) in both oral and written communication. Read critically and analyze various types of assigned readings on the basis of structure, pattern, and meaning in order to produce original papers that show development of topic through organization (such as topic sentence, support of the central idea through details, and rhetorical patterns). Invent, write, revise, edit, and rewrite formal essays in response to readings which develop appropriate rhetorical patterns (i.e., narration, example, process, comparison/contrast, classification, cause/effect, definition, argumentation) and other special function(s) (i.e., literary analysis or research) while demonstrating writing skills from process to product. Produce final papers that show growth in principles of good writing, such as organization (e.g., introduction/body/conclusion or outlining), development (clarifying transitions between sentences and paragraphs), unity (connected ideas), and which demonstrate an understanding of the substance of the topic. Complete at least one writing assignment that demonstrates a limited use of MLA documentation form and basic research ability. Participate in collaborative work with other students via small group discussions and presentations, workshop-style classes devoted to particular issues (such as paragraph structure or voice and tone), and produce, accept, and use constructively feedback from writing instructors, other students, and other university writers/instructors to take control of your own writing. Create mechanically sound papers relatively free of errors in grammar and mechanics. Criteria for success: consult with the rubric for this assignment.

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