Main Ideas, Short Summary, Judgment in term of external criteria and judgment in terms of external evidence

Read The Pre- Text ( Pages 4-5), Exercise I ( Pages 13-14), Exercise II (Pages 15-16), Exercise III (17-18) and The Post Test  Pages 19-20).

Read the Pre – Text ( Pages 4-5)

List 4 – 5  Main ideas

Paragraph I

Write a short summary ( one paragraph 4-7 sentences).

Paragraph II

Judgment in terms of External criteria

  • While evaluating in terms of external criteria you judge the communication based either on selected accepted and recognized criteria or standards. You compare the communication with other communications in the same category based on the highest expectations set for that category. You also substantiate your judgment with proof and correct data.
  • Comparing to the highest standards set within the specific field of knowledge, literature or fine arts requires some knowledge of the standards applied in the respective field. This knowledge is acquired throughout the educational process and through individual reading and exploration.

In the second paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgments about the writing or phenomena based on selected or remembered criteria or standards.

Make statements that are carefully based on the exactness of proof and documentation.

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it  written in academic language? why?

What is the author’s purpose of the writing?

Classify the communication accordingly. Is it a literary work of a specific genre, is it expository writing or is it scientific publication?

Did the author achieve his purpose? Why?

Is the information relevant? why?

Substantiate the conclusion with proof from the writing.

-Paragraph III

Judgment in terms of Internal evidence.

The skill Judgment in terms of Internal Evidence is basically about defining standards that describe the class of phenomena and evaluate the communication, based on these standards. The standards may be universally accepted or created by the reader.

There are two steps in the process of judgment.

  • Defining the standards, the criteria for evaluation. It is possible to do that based on values and criteria one already knows that are valid for the subject matter of the communication.
  • Comparing the phenomena described in the communication to the standards.

In the third paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgment about the writing or phenomena that are logically accurate and consistent.

Make judgments based on an assessment of the general probability of accuracy of the facts.

Make statements that are carefully based on exactness of proof and documentation.

What is the author’s purpose in writing the communication?

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it writing in an academic language?

Proven fact?

Is the information relevant?

What are the generalizations, conclusions, hypotheses or theories that you can derive, you can come up with from the communication and substantiate it from the writing.

Read exercise I ( Pages 13-14)

List 4 – 5  Main ideas

Paragraph I

Write a short summary ( one paragraph 4-7 sentences).

Paragraph II

Judgment in terms of External criteria

  • While evaluating in terms of external criteria you judge the communication based either on selected accepted and recognized criteria or standards. You compare the communication with other communications in the same category based on the highest expectations set for that category. You also substantiate your judgment with proof and correct data.
  • Comparing to the highest standards set within the specific field of knowledge, literature or fine arts requires some knowledge of the standards applied in the respective field. This knowledge is acquired throughout the educational process and through individual reading and exploration.

In the second paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgments about the writing or phenomena based on selected or remembered criteria or standards.

Make statements that are carefully based on the exactness of proof and documentation.

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it  written in academic language? why?

What is the author’s purpose of the writing?

Classify the communication accordingly. Is it a literary work of a specific genre, is it expository writing or is it scientific publication?

Did the author achieve his purpose? Why?

Is the information relevant? why?

Substantiate the conclusion with proof from the writing.

-Paragraph III

Judgment in terms of Internal evidence.

The skill Judgment in terms of Internal Evidence is basically about defining standards that describe the class of phenomena and evaluate the communication, based on these standards. The standards may be universally accepted or created by the reader.

There are two steps in the process of judgment.

  • Defining the standards, the criteria for evaluation. It is possible to do that based on values and criteria one already knows that are valid for the subject matter of the communication.
  • Comparing the phenomena described in the communication to the standards.

In the third paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgment about the writing or phenomena that are logically accurate and consistent.

Make judgments based on an assessment of the general probability of accuracy of the facts.

Make statements that are carefully based on exactness of proof and documentation.

What is the author’s purpose in writing the communication?

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it writing in an academic language?

Proven fact?

Is the information relevant?

What are the generalizations, conclusions, hypotheses or theories that you can derive, you can come up with from the communication and substantiate it from the writing.

Read Exercise II (Pages 15-16)

List 4 – 5  Main ideas

Paragraph I

Write a short summary ( one paragraph 4-7 sentences).

Paragraph II

Judgment in terms of External criteria

  • While evaluating in terms of external criteria you judge the communication based either on selected accepted and recognized criteria or standards. You compare the communication with other communications in the same category based on the highest expectations set for that category. You also substantiate your judgment with proof and correct data.
  • Comparing to the highest standards set within the specific field of knowledge, literature or fine arts requires some knowledge of the standards applied in the respective field. This knowledge is acquired throughout the educational process and through individual reading and exploration.

In the second paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgments about the writing or phenomena based on selected or remembered criteria or standards.

Make statements that are carefully based on the exactness of proof and documentation.

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it  written in academic language? why?

What is the author’s purpose of the writing?

Classify the communication accordingly. Is it a literary work of a specific genre, is it expository writing or is it scientific publication?

Did the author achieve his purpose? Why?

Is the information relevant? why?

Substantiate the conclusion with proof from the writing.

-Paragraph III

Judgment in terms of Internal evidence.

The skill Judgment in terms of Internal Evidence is basically about defining standards that describe the class of phenomena and evaluate the communication, based on these standards. The standards may be universally accepted or created by the reader.

There are two steps in the process of judgment.

  • Defining the standards, the criteria for evaluation. It is possible to do that based on values and criteria one already knows that are valid for the subject matter of the communication.
  • Comparing the phenomena described in the communication to the standards.

In the third paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgment about the writing or phenomena that are logically accurate and consistent.

Make judgments based on an assessment of the general probability of accuracy of the facts.

Make statements that are carefully based on exactness of proof and documentation.

What is the author’s purpose in writing the communication?

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it writing in an academic language?

Proven fact?

Is the information relevant?

What are the generalizations, conclusions, hypotheses or theories that you can derive, you can come up with from the communication and substantiate it from the writing.

Read Exercise III ( Pages 17-18)

List 4 – 5  Main ideas

Paragraph I

Write a short summary ( one paragraph 4-7 sentences).

Paragraph II

Judgment in terms of External criteria

  • While evaluating in terms of external criteria you judge the communication based either on selected accepted and recognized criteria or standards. You compare the communication with other communications in the same category based on the highest expectations set for that category. You also substantiate your judgment with proof and correct data.
  • Comparing to the highest standards set within the specific field of knowledge, literature or fine arts requires some knowledge of the standards applied in the respective field. This knowledge is acquired throughout the educational process and through individual reading and exploration.

In the second paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgments about the writing or phenomena based on selected or remembered criteria or standards.

Make statements that are carefully based on the exactness of proof and documentation.

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it  written in academic language? why?

What is the author’s purpose of the writing?

Classify the communication accordingly. Is it a literary work of a specific genre, is it expository writing or is it scientific publication?

Did the author achieve his purpose? Why?

Is the information relevant? why?

Substantiate the conclusion with proof from the writing.

-Paragraph III

Judgment in terms of Internal evidence.

The skill Judgment in terms of Internal Evidence is basically about defining standards that describe the class of phenomena and evaluate the communication, based on these standards. The standards may be universally accepted or created by the reader.

There are two steps in the process of judgment.

  • Defining the standards, the criteria for evaluation. It is possible to do that based on values and criteria one already knows that are valid for the subject matter of the communication.
  • Comparing the phenomena described in the communication to the standards.

In the third paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgment about the writing or phenomena that are logically accurate and consistent.

Make judgments based on an assessment of the general probability of accuracy of the facts.

Make statements that are carefully based on exactness of proof and documentation.

What is the author’s purpose in writing the communication?

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it writing in an academic language?

Proven fact?

Is the information relevant?

What are the generalizations, conclusions, hypotheses or theories that you can derive, you can come up with from the communication and substantiate it from the writing.

Read the Post-Text ( Pages 19-20)

List 4 – 5  Main ideas

Paragraph I

Write a short summary ( one paragraph 4-7 sentences).

Paragraph II

Judgment in terms of External criteria

  • While evaluating in terms of external criteria you judge the communication based either on selected accepted and recognized criteria or standards. You compare the communication with other communications in the same category based on the highest expectations set for that category. You also substantiate your judgment with proof and correct data.
  • Comparing to the highest standards set within the specific field of knowledge, literature or fine arts requires some knowledge of the standards applied in the respective field. This knowledge is acquired throughout the educational process and through individual reading and exploration.

In the second paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgments about the writing or phenomena based on selected or remembered criteria or standards.

Make statements that are carefully based on the exactness of proof and documentation.

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it  written in academic language? why?

What is the author’s purpose of the writing?

Classify the communication accordingly. Is it a literary work of a specific genre, is it expository writing or is it scientific publication?

Did the author achieve his purpose? Why?

Is the information relevant? why?

Substantiate the conclusion with proof from the writing.

-Paragraph III

Judgment in terms of Internal evidence.

The skill Judgment in terms of Internal Evidence is basically about defining standards that describe the class of phenomena and evaluate the communication, based on these standards. The standards may be universally accepted or created by the reader.

There are two steps in the process of judgment.

  • Defining the standards, the criteria for evaluation. It is possible to do that based on values and criteria one already knows that are valid for the subject matter of the communication.
  • Comparing the phenomena described in the communication to the standards.

In the third paragraph answer the following questions.

Make judgment about the writing or phenomena that are logically accurate and consistent.

Make judgments based on an assessment of the general probability of accuracy of the facts.

Make statements that are carefully based on exactness of proof and documentation.

What is the author’s purpose in writing the communication?

Is the topic clear? why?

Is it writing in an academic language?

Proven fact?

Is the information relevant?

What are the generalizations, conclusions, hypotheses or theories that you can derive, you can come up with from the communication and substantiate it from the writing.

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