Answer to Question #109905 in English for Felicia

Question #109905
What is critical writing and how is critical writing identified? Furthermore, explain what makes reading and writing a symbiotic process? Use relevant examples to illustrate your ideas.
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2020-04-21T06:41:09-0400

Critical writing involves considering evidence to make reasoned conclusions.

The most characteristic features of critical writing are:

  • a clear and confident refusal to accept the conclusions of other writers without evaluating the arguments and evidence that they provide;
  • a balanced presentation of reasons why the conclusions of other writers may be accepted or may need to be treated with caution;
  • a clear presentation of your own evidence and argument, leading to your conclusion; and
  • a recognition of the limitations in your own evidence, argument, and conclusion.

Reading a variety of genres helps children learn text structures and language that they can then transfer to their own writing. In addition, reading provides young people with prior knowledge that they can use in their stories.

Sources:

  1. https://www.k12reader.com/the-relationship-between-reading-and-writing/
  2. https://www.k12reader.com/the-relationship-between-reading-and-writing/

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