The two previous postings on analytical toolbox and the assessment of the writing contest winner should have had the following citation associated with it. Rather than reposting that particular post, and you, the reader, wondering what was different, I thought I would do it this way instead.
If you want to see examples or further discussion of the writing types described in the two previous posts, you might check….
Roane State Community College, “Types of Papers & Student Samples,” The Online Writing Lab (OWL). Online: http://www.roanestate.edu/owl/Types.html. accessed by the author 19 December 2011.
There is a fair amount of information on each writing type by just Googling the type in question.
What I have done since the last post: worked on what constitutes qualitative analysis.