Evaluating an Author's Point of View

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When you are reading nonfiction pieces of writing, what does it mean to evaluate the author's point of view?

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1. Which is not a category when you are analyzing writers with differing opinions?

2. Which is not a question to ask yourself when analyzing the actual point of view or opinion of a piece of writing?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The major emphasis of this quiz/worksheet will be things like reading/writing nonfiction articles, writer analysis, and bias.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To put it more precisely, you'll answer questions dealing with:

  • What it means to evaluate an author's point of view
  • Categories of analyzing writers with different opinions
  • Necessary questions when analyzing the point of view/opinion of a writing piece
  • The definition of bias

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding groupings of writer analysis
  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can accurately define main terms such as bias
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding point of view evaluation and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

You'll be able to continue learning about these concepts with the assistance of our related lesson. The name of this lesson is Evaluating an Author's Point of View and it will go over:

  • How writing is evaluated
  • The comparison of writers and arguments
  • What we look at when comparing and analyzing
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