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What is a critique? A critique is a type of academic writing that briefly summarizes and critically evaluates a work or concept. Critiques can be used to carefully analyze a variety of works such as: creative works – novels, exhibits, film, images, poetry; research – journals, articles, reports; or academic presentations. If you need more information on critique writing take a look at this article:…-a-critique/ Writing a critique is not just about expressing your opinion on the work; it's about carefully analyzing and evaluating the work to provide fair and constructive feedback. It is a way of communicating your ideas and opinions about the work to the author. In addition to providing an accurate summary, a critique should also cover your thoughts and judgments based on your evaluation of the work.

Why do we write critiques? Writing a critique on a work helps us develop: critical reading and thinking skills; comprehension of the work under review; making connections between the work under review and other works; evaluating the effectiveness of the work under review; expanding knowledge in an academic area. Important steps to follow for perfecting the paper:

Read the piece carefully. Take notes as you read.

Start with a strong paragraph that states your thesis.

Evaluate the evidence the author used to support their points.

Identify any possible biases they may have.

Summarize your evaluation in 1–2 sentences.

Provide additional topics for discussion on the topic at hand.

How to get started? The best way to start is by understanding your assignment instructions. If you are not sure about anything, don’t hesitate to ask your professor for help. Read all sources given and take notes while doing so. Be sure to create an outline and follow it to avoid any confusions. Make sure you have the following paragraphs in your work.

Introduction: This paragraph doesn't have to be too long, but it should contain the name of the work you will be critiquing, date of creation and name of the author. The argument which was expressed by the original author. Context in which the work was created, be it sociological, political or economical. How the work affected the author's life. The thesis statement should also be included in the introduction. Mention your main idea behind the critique and summarize main points.

Critical evaluation: This part is a detailed and systematic assessment of all the features of the work that you were able to gather while reading. Your objective is to evaluate how well the writer has done and if he or she has done a good job at informing the reader on his point of view. For example, examine the structure of the plot, setting, and analyze characters of a novel if it fits the narrative of your paper.

An art form assessment like a painting would consider type of strokes, composition, light, and color used. A research article would talk about the subject selection, data analysis, experiment design, and conclusions.

A critical evaluation should identify the strengths and the weaknesses by deconstructing the work. By examining it, you should evaluate its success in terms of how well it meets its purpose. These body paragraphs have to be written in your own words.