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Imagine yourself as the restaurant critic for a local newspaper. Select and visit an independently owned (not a chain) restaurant. Make notes about the menu, service, staffing, atmosphere, and any food trends. Then look up or visit a franchise or chain restaurant. Compare and contrast the two in your restaurant review. Is the management the same, different? How?

Then write a 2-page typed, double-spaced review using an outline of the two restaurants.

Please see the attached rubric that will be used to assess your critical thinking writing skills.

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CRITICAL THINKING RUBRIC RATING CRITERIA Identifies and summarizes problems, questions, or issues BEGINNER-1 DEVELOPING-2 COMPETENT/MASTERING-3 Problems/questions/issues to be considered critically are stated without clarification. Problems/questions/issues to be considered critically are stated but description has undefined terms and ambiguities. Analyzes and evaluates data and evidence Information is repeated without drawing conclusions, lacks identification and explanation of differences and similarities, and research is omitted Specific position is simplistic, does not question data, ignores bias, and misses major content areas. Information is presented with some conclusions drawn, identifies and explains some differences and similarities, and some data paraphrased. Problems/questions/issues to be considered critically are described clearly and comprehensively, delivering all relevant information necessary for full understanding. Information is presented with conclusions fully examined, fully identifies and describes all differences and similarities, and data fully synthesized. Identifies and presents students own perspective Communicates effectively Language obscures meaning, contains grammatical errors, misrepresents issues, excludes data, and draws faulty conclusions. Specific position acknowledges different sides of the issue, identifies some questions, and recognizes basic content. Language does not interfere with communication, few grammatical errors, generalizes issues, cites sources, and presents few options. Specific position is imaginative, takes into account the complexities of the issue, analyzes insightful questions, and critiques content. Language clearly and effectively communicates ideas, errors are minimal, discuss issues thoroughly, shows intellectual honesty, and justifies decisions. ...
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School: Duke University


Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review. 1
Restaurant Review
Institutional Affiliation
I was able to visit Windsor which is a privately owned restaurant operating in the heart of the
capital city. Windsor is its name and it is owned by the Richard Ellyson family, they are proud of
that place and it is run by Ellyson himself. He casually walks around with the biggest smile on
his face interacting with customers and helping where he needs to or as he sees fit.
I got an opportunity to talk with him and got to know that the place has been in his family for
over 20 years...

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