“Select a website you frequent and write an evaluation of it for people who know little or nothing about it. What information would the audience need to help them decide whether or not to visit the website? Make sure to keep your assessment balanced and fair” (Norton 836). Your evaluation should be at least five paragraphs. Include at least three criteria. Include a works cited page with an entry for the website you evaluated. While other sources are not required, if you do use any, they would be on the works cited page too. Criteria A thesis that presents a clear, focused overall evaluation of the website. Clear and relevant criteria. A description of the website that presents the most important information to an audience unfamiliar with the site without being excessive. A well-developed consideration of each criterion in the supporting paragraphs. This will include reasons and evidence (specific supporting details) from the website. It may also include comparisons to other sites and a consideration of objections or different opinions. Unified supporting paragraphs with a clear topic sentence. A conclusion that provides closure and reinforces the writer’s judgement of the website.