Think about the subject matter; if you are reviewing a work of fiction, write about the theme or topic. Who was your favourite character(s) - and why? What was your favourite part of the book (or film)? Was it interesting all the way through, or were there parts of the story that seemed to go on forever?
If you are reviewing a CD, write what you like about it - and what you didn't like about it. Did you only like some of the tracks, or is the CD best heard in its entirety? Is there any message you got from the music? What about the presentation of the album?
If you are reviewing a work of non-fiction or biography, write about how well the author (or documentary maker) coverered the topic. How useful and relevant was the information? Did you learn anything new?
Finally, and regardless of what you're reviewing, discuss whether or not you'd recommend it to others. Why/why not? Maybe you'd only recommend it to a few people?
Remember, we're not checking your spelling and grammar; only your ideas*!
*although we want to be able to understand what you've written!
Note: your answers must be original. We will be checking for plagiarism from book jackets, internet reviews, etc.