A critique is an evaluation. Remember that the author, title, and year of publication must appear in the introductory paragraph, followed by a brief summary of the article itself. The balance of the essay should be on your critique. Remain objective and write your essay from the third person point of view. The essay will be two â€“ three pages in length and employ APA format.
Follow these guidelines to write your Critique Essay:
- Choose one of the following essays:
- â€œWork-Life Balance is Deadâ€ by Ron Friedman
- â€œCoping with the Tough Truths of Work-Life Balanceâ€ by Stacy DeBroff
- â€œThe Illusion of Work-Life Balanceâ€ by Isabel Rimanoczy.
- Include an APA title page
- Using information from the article requires:
- Using APA in-text citations
- Creating an APA Reference Page
- This essay does not require outside sources
- If outside sources are used, include APA in-text citations
- If outside sources are used, include an APA Reference page
- Include a running head
- Be objective and avoid using â€œI,â€ â€œme,â€ â€œyou,â€ â€œwe,â€ or â€œus.â€
Be sure to go over the critique essay rubric.