The critique should be a balanced discussion and evaluation of the strengths, weakness, and notable features of the text. Remember to base your discussion on specific criteria. Good reviews also include other sources to support your evaluation (remember to reference). You can choose how to sequence your critique. Here are some examples to get you started: • Most important to least important conclusions you make about the text. • If your critique is more positive than negative, then present the negative points first and the positive last. • If your critique is more negative than positive, then present the positive points first and the negative last. • Include a paragraph or two of positive aspects and another of negative.