Kristine Angelica A. Sacanle|IV-Star
An evaluation essay is an essay which deals with the analysis and evaluation of the properties of some object. The student writing the evaluation essay has to fix an object for the evaluation, to analyze its properties, and to grade them, which is to evaluate. An evaluation essay is one that rates or evaluates something - a book, a movie, a music album, or an employee's performance. There is a nearly infinite number of topics that can be the subject when learning how to write an evaluation article. A review is merely one kind of evaluation article. Generally, when writing an evaluation essay, there is also no single correct answer to the main question of the report, which is to determine how good something is.
JARGONS USED IN AN EVALUATION ESSAY
| Break an issue into its constituent parts. Look in depth at each part using supporting arguments and evidence for and against as well as how these interrelate to one another.
| Weigh up to what extent something is true. Persuade the reader of your argument by citing relevant research but also remember to point out any flaws and counter-arguments as well. Conclude by stating clearly how far you are in agreement with the original proposition.
| Literally make something clearer and, where appropriate, simplify it. This could involve, for example, explaining in simpler terms a complex process or theory, or the relationship between two variables.
| Comment upon
| Pick out the main points on a subject and give your opinion, reinforcing your point of view using logic and reference to relevant evidence, including any wider reading you have done.
| Identify the similarities and differences between two or more phenomena. Say if any of the shared similarities or differences are more important than others. 'Compare' and 'contrast' will often feature together in an essay question.
| Say what...
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