Instructors may invite the Writing Centre to deliver this 45 minute in-class session on how to read refereed academic articles. This short workshop is designed to provide students with resources to help them critically read academic texts in preparation for writing their assignments.
To book this workshop for your class, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is possible to begin appraising a source even before reading the content.
Critical analysis involves evaluation of an author’s work. A critique is the written analysis of the subject.
Critical analysis skills are needed to write an effective critique, but it is also necessary to be able to communicate the analysis to a reader in a clear, effective way.
This is a step-by-step guide to critical analysis of a paper. Critical reading goes beyond simply reading for information. It involves evaluating information in such a way that asking questions becomes more important than simply learning facts.
This is a step-by-step guide to close reading of a literary text. Critical reading goes a step beyond reading for information: it involves evaluating the information rather than simply absorbing it. When reading critically, it is more important to ask questions than to learn facts.