What are types of evidence in writing?
Six Types of Evidence in WritingInterviews with someone who tells a story related to your thesis.A personal experience related to your topic.A case study from a journal or your own research.An excerpt from a journal or letter.
What is effective evidence?
Evidence. EVIDENCE: Information or facts that are systematically obtained in a manner that is replicable, observable, credible and verifiable for use in making judgments or decisions.
How do you find best evidence?
The best answers are found by combining the results of many studies. A systematic review is a type of research that looks at the results from all of the good-quality studies. It puts together the results of these individual studies into one summary.
How do you evaluate evidence?
To evaluate evidence for credibility, accuracy, and reliability, consider the following questions:Who/what is the source of the evidence? Is the evidence found in a primary or secondary source? How does the evidence from one source compare and contrast with the evidence from another source? How current is the evidence?