RWT exercise 6 List each piece of criteria you’re using for your evaluation, and then list 2 links to sources that might agree with your angle of evaluation on them. Please also write a one-sentence description of the source and its main point, in your own words. Due in hardcopy May 18. Subject you’re evaluating: _________________________________________ 1st piece of criteria: Source: Source: 2nd piece of criteria: Source: Source: 3rd piece of criteria: Source: Source: 4th? RWT exercise 7 Please do a little background internet research in class on logical or thoughtful general positions that differ from your basic stance on your evaluation. Then, in your own words, please write 3-4 sentences per criterion from your paper that explain how/why others disagree or might disagree, based upon their own logic. Please be objective and not sarcastic. Due in hardcopy May 18. Evaluation Argument A B C D Very strong Strong Average Somewhat Weak Weak Introduction: has a hook and is engaging? Sets up context? Evaluation is of something specific, not a broad issue or category? Target audience awareness Clear and direct qualitative thesis statement near the beginning? Clear and focused criteria near the beginning? Structure/organization, focus/clarity: stays on topic and follows criteria? Support/explanation: avoids summary? Depth and specific examples and details? Logical? Quotations sandwiched appropriately and cited properly using MLA format? Individual thinking is evident? Doesn’t rely on sources too much? Voice/tone: distinctive? Engaging? Consistent? Appropriate for audience? Counterarguments: considers other viewpoints and handles them appropriately? Conclusion: engaging? Wraps things up clearly? Mechanics (grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, etc.) are sound? Works cited pages is done correctly? Estimated Grade: RWT exercise 5 (x2—double credit, 8 points) Due at the beginning of class Tuesday, May 17, in hardcopy. Now, please write a “discovery draft”of your paper here, entirely in your own words, without consulting any sources. In other words, after writing an intro (see video posted today) that includes your stance and criteria, plug your topic into each criterion (you should have 3-4) and go through the process of explaining how it fits each one. This is your chance to explain your opinion. Be specific, give examples, and go into as much detail as you can without sources. Per criterion, let’s shoot for 150 words, so this exercise should be 450-600 words. Remember, this is effort based, only. For example, if I am evaluating Chipotle as a restaurant with a target audience of families with kids, and one of my criterion is “atmosphere,” I would write in detail about the noise, the seating, safety, and other things, showing my readers specific examples, details, etc. And if I am evaluating a horror film like House of.