critical analysis /SINGLE PARENTS

English 102
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Spring 2017

Critical Analysis/Typed essay

The writer of a critical analysis describes the content, structure, and functions of the messages and meaning relating to a particular topic. You will use your own words to help your audience understand this subject clearly and thoroughly. You will explain the meaning behind the topic you are discussing. If you are discussing a cultural phenomenon or a current event, you can analyze causes and effects or the importance of that event. For a written text or a performance, you will discuss how the author conveys his or her intentions to the audience.

Your five-paragraph essay must contain a concrete closed thesis statement at the end of the first paragraph and follow the MLA guidelines.

This essay will target a scholarly audience. Therefore, your language and style should meet the intellectual needs of individuals who read on a collegiate level. Are you writing to an audience that consists of classmates and the professor who have experienced similar obstacles in life towards becoming literate scholars? As you think about your audience, write to pique the interest of your audience by considering what your readers already know and what they need to know.

What attitude will you convey through your analysis? How can you see your subject through interested, curious eyes – and then step back in order to see what your observations might mean?
Write a five-paragraph essay on one of the topics below.

1) Single parent families: The rise in divorce has created many more families headed, at least for a while, by a single parent. Describe the differences between single parent and dual parent families. Analyze the effects of single parenting on children, on the experience of the parent or on schools and communities

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