Peer Review

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ENGL112 Peer Review Worksheet INSTRUCTIONS: Peer Reviews will be conducted in class discussion forums during Week 7. Be sure to review the Lecture and the Discussion area for additional details and guidance. Please complete the following steps below, returning a separate peer review worksheet for each of the two classmates whose papers you review. This assignment is worth 50 points. * You will receive 10 points for submitting your draft by the required deadline. * You will receive 20 points for each peer review worksheet you submit for your peers (20 points x 2 reviews = 40 points total). Step 1: Post your Commentary draft in your assigned peer review group no later than Tuesday night at midnight MT. Hit Respond after the peer…show more content…
Are topic sentences and transitions used to deliver the paper in a coherent manner? What suggestions can you offer to increase organization and structure? The different points are clearly stated and transition well. Referring back to my last answer, the author needs to put his research into an essay. 5. How would you describe the style, tone, and word choice used? What strategies does the writer use to connect with the audience? In what ways could the writer better meet the audience’s needs? The essay has an overall informative style. The information is all very factual and represents an important topic. The audience, including myself, can learn from this essay. 6. What is your overall impression of the essay? Does the writer motivate you to act or persuade you to agree with his or her point of view? What is the most important revision the writer could make to improve the essay? What is the writer’s biggest strength in the draft? Overall, I think the writer has the potential to write a good essay. I am just a little confused as to how this is a draft. The research will undoubtedly benefit the writer’s essay. The writer’s biggest strength is, what I hope to be, the thesis. The motivation for terrorist groups. This is sure to grab, and hold, the audience’s
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