The Purpose and Basics of the H100 “Critical Review”
The requirement is a short review (400-500 words). Please note that the review is due by 0830 on the day of class for H111.
Each review is worth 20% of the total written assessment grade for H100 (60%).
The review focuses on the specific article assigned for H111:
ANALYSE H111: Jonathan Bailey, “The First World War and the Birth of Modern Warfare,” in The Dynamics of Military Revolution, 1300-2050, MacGregor Knox and Williamson Murray, eds., New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001, PAGE 132-153.
Structure and Format of the “Critical Reviews”
Using the components of the critical review (introduction, main body, conclusion), the student will answer the following four questions:
What is the author’s thesis?
What evidence does the author use to support their argument?
Is the argument persuasive?
How does the argument shape your view of your profession and its history?
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