Critical Analysis: Structure 1

Once the activities, processes and outcomes have been identified, described and explained, the writer can then present a critical analysis in terms of:

The structure of a critical analysis requires a logical argument.
An argument usually begins with:

and is followed by

and concludes with:

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Kate explains how she prepared a draft of her report (35s):

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