The Facts. Answer the reporter’s questions: Who, What, When, Where, Why. Provide the information that would allow another person to engage in the same aesthetic encounter you did.
Interpretation and Evaluation. Tell what you think about the meaning of what you saw or heard. Comment on technique and style. Use this section to give the audience a sense of how and to what extent the encounter measured up to your own aesthetic criteria.
Participation. Using specific examples, tell why the encounter succeeded or failed to maintain your sustained, undivided attention. Give a clear picture of why the encounter ultimately did or did not have an impact upon you personally.