This paper will be based off of 5 chapters of Dr. Gregors “How Not To Die” book as
chosen by the student. This report will be written in Times new roman, 10 point font, double
spaced, and be 1000 words at a minimum.
This assignment is not a summary of what was said. I want a critical analysis of the
topics discussed. I want you to assess what the author says, do you agree/disagree? (there
should be a reason, not just feelings)
● Overview of the chapters chosen (5 points)
○ Why did you choose these chapters?
○ What conclusions do each chapter bring to the table?
○ Do you agree with the conclusions?
● Critical analysis
○ How strong do you think the evidence is?
○ Is the evidence provided strong enough to draw the conclusions the author is
○ What holes can you identify in the evidence–>conclusion relationship?
○ How does this evidence compare to dietary recommendations made by varying
U.S organizations (pick any)(this will take some effort/digging)
● Self implementation
○ Will you implement anything learned? (why/why not)
○ If you were to implement any of these dietary strategies, how would you?
○ How would you decipher this information, for someone less interested in the topic
(who wouldn’t read the book)
○ What is your takeaway from reading this book?
○ What were the strengths/Weaknesses?
Satisfactory Adequate Unsatisfactory No Attempt
Overview 5 4 2 0
Critical Analysis 10 8 5 0
5 4 2 0
Takeaway 10 8 5 0
Grammar/Flow 5 4 2 0
To obtain maximum points each section should be addressed in detail. While this paper is
largely an “opinion piece” I am trying to encourage you to have a reason to think and say what
you say. Everything should be supported by scientific evidence. Feeling should guide you to find
evidence to support/refute what you feel. Do not look to confirm what you think, look to see what
the evidence says. Each section should be looked at and addressed in a critical fashion, not just
a summary of what was said.
What I have provided above is not a “Guide”. This paper is yours to take where you want.
You will be graded on the loose concepts provided above.
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