critical writing involves being able to construct a logical and structured argument supported by quality and reliability of evidence, “to ensure that your reasons support your conclusions and the validity of your conclusion” (Another description of critical writing (suggests that it is not about an argument in terms of a ‘falling out’ but involves being able to consider alternative points of view, question the evidence being introduced and use appropriate material to support an argument. For example,
“I think that women are better at multi-tasking.”
“According to a study women seem to be able to perform many tasks simultaneously compared to men who seem better able to perform one task, but do this well.

 

 

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