Critiques are common assignments in many courses—especially in fields where someone has written an article in an academic journal and you (the student) are being asked to understand whether the article "works" and how it works. That means that pretty much every curriculum (nursing, early childhood education, English literature, chemistry, and business, to name a few) will be assigning critiques.
A format such as this one is not absolute—there will be times when you decide to do things in other ways—but this is a good beginning point.
Here is a fuller discussion of critique writing. It was not produced for our college or for this assignment, but you can learn a lot from it.
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