Critical Analysis

Critical Analysis

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WRIT 106 – Analysis (15%)

Due:  Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Instructions

  1. Re-read the article “Courts are using AI to sentence criminals. That must stop now” by Jason Tashea (2017).

 

  1. If you have not already done so, complete a Critical Analysis: Evaluation Checklist (see Blackboard à Learning Materials à Week 9).

 

  1. Type and double-space one critical analysis paragraph.
  • Your critical analysis paragraph should analyze and evaluate one claim and the support the author has used to back it up.

 

  1. Include a McGill Guide style footnote or endnote every time you refer to information from the article.

 

  1. Include your name and student ID in the header and a title centred above your paragraph.

 

  1. Proofread and edit your assignment before submitting it.

 

  1. Print your assignment and submit it along with your Critical Analysis: Evaluation Checklist and any other rough work.

 

 

*For a link to the article, see Blackboard à Learning Materials à Summary folder.

*For more information about critical analysis, see the slides and the WRIT 100 Course Pack posted on Blackboard à Learning Materials à Weeks 8 and 9.

*For a sample critical analysis paragraph, see Blackboard à Learning Materials à Week 9.

 

 

 

*ANY EVIDENCE OF PLAGIARISM, INCLUDING MISSING FOOTNOTES/ENDNOTES, WILL RESULT IN A GRADE OF 0.*

 

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