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Write a comparative analysis that critiques how the RA essays noted above address a shared concern or issue. Identify and unpack a meaningful relationship between the two sources’ claims, ideas, approaches, and/or assumptions, using details from each to support the comparative critical analysis. Note: You must work to incorporate at least 5 new vocabulary terms into your Comparative Critical Analysis essay. These terms should be highlighted on your final draft (using the Word option) for easy recognition.

Write a comparative analysis that critiques how the RA essays noted above address a shared concern or issue. Identify and unpack a meaningful relationship between the two sources’ claims, ideas, approaches, and/or assumptions, using details from each to support the comparative critical analysis.
Note: You must work to incorporate at least 5 new vocabulary terms into your Comparative Critical Analysis essay. These terms should be highlighted on your final draft (using the Word option) for easy recognition.
Strategies:
  • Consider the language, evidence, and underlying assumptions in each source. Use “The Method” to begin identifying patterns of repetition and contrast to arrive at a key significant comparison that offers readers something that is not immediately apparent.
  • As you think through the relationship between the two texts, review WA 99-100 for Difference within Similarity and WA 156-8 for help making your claim more analytical, rather than a tally of obvious similarities and differences.
  • Remember that an effective critical comparison integrates both texts throughout, critiquing each in terms of the other, WA 271-3 Making Sources Speak.
Criteria for Evaluation:
  • Thesis establishes a significant relationship between two essays, in terms of a common issue or concern.
 
  • Focused analysis of details in the two sources that serves a larger claim about reasoning, use of evidence, assumptions, and/or approaches to a common issue.
 
  • Logical flow of ideas in developed paragraphs with transitions.
 
  • Correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, word choice, & citation.

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