The first attachment is the prompt and the second attachment is the draft essay that needs to be revised to meet the standards required.
The evaluation essay gives a writer more practice with the concept of the “I” as researcher, as well as gives the opportunity to gain experience conducting field research. Because this evaluation essay requires that the writer take and incorporate three relevant photographs, it also encourages the communication theory of multimodality (the use of media to create a text). Additionally, this essay continues to give the student writer an opportunity to further practice the recursive writing process (planning, drafting, revising, etc.) and gain a better understanding of overall basic essay format (introduction, body paragraphs, conclusion) and essay development.
Finally, consider the value of crafting evaluations in the workplace. For example, employees are often asked to complete self-evaluations as part of completing a performance review.