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Analyze vs. Evaluate

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Ms. Scerbo

on 22 March 2013

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Transcript of Analyze vs. Evaluate

FCAT Strategies Analyze vs. Evaluate What does it mean to evaluate? Analyze What does it mean to analyze? To study or determine the nature or relationship of something's parts; to examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelations. Why analyze? To explicate or give a close reading of the text
To find meaning beneath the obvious meaning
Questions to ask yourself Why did the character say that?
Why did the poet choose that specific word?
Where does the novel take place?
What is the personality of the main character?
Who were the key figures in this text?
Evaluate To judge or determine the significance , worth, or quality of something; usually by careful study; to assess.

In order to evaluate, you must analyze first. Why evaluate? To determine something's worth
To discover the meaning or purpose Questions to ask yourself Who is the author and what are his/her qualifications to write this piece?
What is the significant issue or concern that the author is trying to tell?
Should the author have told the story from a different perspective? Would it have been more effective?
Who is the intended audience?
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