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25 February, 02:31

To critique a text, readers

A) find details to support the authors central idea

B) look to discover the text's most important idea

C) examine and explain their position on a central idea

D) write an analogy that explains the text's main idea

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  1. 25 February, 03:25
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    Look to discover the text's most important idea
  2. 25 February, 04:09
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    B) look to discover the text's most important idea.

    Explanation:

    In order to provide a critique of a text, we need to make sure we understand the text well. Therefore, we need to examine each of the ideas that the text presents carefully. Also, we need to look to discover the text's most important idea. Only when we understand this can we really be sure that the critique we are providing is fair and constructive.
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