What will I learn?
In this lesson, you will:
- explore the role of using different sources in critical writing (synthesis)
- critique examples of critical writing
- identify the linguistic features used to express criticality in writing
What will I need in the lesson?
In the lesson, you should ensure you can access your:
- Marking criteria for your course assignments
- Course reading
- Module Information Directory (MID) or Module Guide
- Course resources on Aula
Is this lesson suitable for me and my level of study?
This lesson is suitable for you if:
- you have already attended ‘An Introduction to Criticality‘
- you are a student studying at undergraduate, masters or PhD level
- you have received feedback that their writing is too descriptive and needs to be more critical; or
- you want to understand what is meant by taking a ‘critical approach’ to reading.
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