Introduction

Planning for Peer Review Sessions

Helping Students Make Effective Comments

Helping Students Handle Divergent Advice

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Final Workshop for Portfolio 2: Composition 2xx

 

Read the paper carefully and answer the following questions.

  1. What is the purpose of the paper?
  2. Who is the designated audience for the paper?
  3. How has the writer presented appropriate background information or accounted for bias on the part of the reader?
  4. What more could the writer do to get and keep the reader interested in the paper?
  5. Where might the writer add additional detail or flesh out an argument? Suggest specific additions that would help the writer meet the goal of the paper.
  6. Take any one paragraph and revise it for clarity and conciseness. Suggest other paragraphs that could benefit from the same revisions.
  7. The strongest part of this paper now is_____.
  8. The part of the paper that still needs work is_____.
  9. If you have time, note significant proofreading problems on the draft.