Critical Analysis Paper

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This paper is to be based on a book (3-5 pages) that you have read that addresses the issue of supervision as it applies to school improvement. Individually, you will prepare your critical analysis of the book. Above all, do not make your paper a summary of the book. Instead, explore your own reactions, knowledge, and personal experiences, as well as current research on the subject. In short, make the writing a critical, analytical, and reflective review of the work.
I am including some direction on writing a critical analysis, which I hope, will help you in writing the paper. The essence of writing a critical analysis is to “Take a position, state it clearly, and develop it forcefully.” The steps below are only in a suggested order. Please adapt these directions to fit your individual writing style and needs.
* Prepare by reading all material thoroughly and thinking of some of the different issues raised in your reading.
* Select one of the ideas, which has lingered in your mind because you disagree or are uncomfortable with it, or because you agree with it but believe it needs more thought.
* Consider a question about this lingering idea that you might want to investigate in your paper. Ask yourself what your feelings are about this issue, and what reasons you might use to support your feelings. If you like what you have come up with, then you are ready to form a preliminary thesis. If you do not like it, then go back and consider another question from your reading.
* Jot down a preliminary thesis statement that names your topic, asserts your ideas about this topic, and suggests the arrangement of your paper’s argument.
* Go back to the reading and pull out details that support your arguments. Assume your reader is familiar with the reading material. Any quotations or references to the text should be used only to support your viewpoint.
* Write the first draft.
* Think of further refinements to your argument as you let your rough draft rest for a couple of days.
* Create your masterpiece–a well-designed and organized critical analysis.
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