You are asked to evaluate, analyze, and critique the readings discussed in class. ● Explain the key terms, main arguments, and assumptions of each text. ● Do your best to characterize each text’s arguments fairly and accurately. ● Evaluate the evidence that each text presents: point out strengths and weaknesses, both internal to the text and in relation to the others. For example, if one text makes an argument based on an assumption that another text either con rms or refutes, then you can use the latter text to ● Include your own voice by weighing arguments, evaluating evidence, and raising critical questions. If there seems to be something important that none of the authors addresses, point it out and state what you think its signi cance is. Try to be as speci c as possible. ● Keep an eye out for authors’ omissions, and raise counterarguments when you detect authors’ arguments are weak.