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发布日期:2017-02-25     [代写案例]      来源于:实际写作留学文书案例
导读:Peer Review Workshop Guidelines The purpose of a peer review workshop is to help each other (you and your peers) see your work in different ways and from different perspectives, and to help you make decisions about expanding, changing, and
Peer Review Workshop Guidelines
The purpose of a peer review workshop is to help each other (you and your peers) see your work in different ways and from different perspectives, and to help you make decisions about expanding, changing, and improving what you have written. You all bring different skills, experiences, and opinions to the table, and collaborating with these differences can be really helpful in creating an excellent paper.
 
Questions to consider as you read your peers’ papers:
  1. Does the introduction establish the larger conversation about the issue being addressed? Is it done in an interesting way? Could it do more?
  2. Does the introduction contain a summary of the article that gives the audience enough information to understand the basic ideas of the article? If not, what is missing?
  3. Does the summary of the article include a clear restatement of the original thesis of the article being critiqued? Or does the summary fall short and only discuss the topic?
  4. Does the student have an original thesis that makes a judgement call on the success and/or failure of the author’s argument? Does this thesis contain specific argument points or does it just make general claims?
  5. Does the body of the paper include detailed, analytical discussion of the main evidence points and argument strategies of the author’s argument?
  6. Is there effective use of quotes and/or paraphrase?
  7. Does the writer incorporate interesting analysis that goes beyond simply restating the point?
  8. Does the writer incorporate discussion of further issues such as: writing techniques, organizational choices, awareness of audience, purpose of article, diction, tone, engagement with larger conversation, unconsidered possible directions, ignored counter-arguments, etc.? (This list is simply a list of possibilities and is neither required nor complete in its focus.) Would consideration of some of these issues make the paper more interesting?
  9. Is there a conclusion that not only restates the student’s thesis but also re-addresses the current conversation in a way that will challenge the audience or make the audience think further on the topic?
  10. Is the paper written in a clear readable style?
  11. Are paragraphs focused on one clear topic?
  12. Does the information in the paper appear in logical order?
 
Overall impressions: What specifically about the paper did you find to be most effective and why? Least effective and why? In what ways do you believe the paper could be improved? What could be added to the paper to make it better? What could be expanded? What could be eliminated or shortened?
In addition to these questions, feel free to comment on any element of the paper you feel merits discussion.
 
How to proceed.
 
  1. Exchange papers so that you all have copies of each other’s work.
  2. Choose writer #1 and have that writer read through his paper aloud, stopping after each paragraph, while the rest of you follow along on your printed copy.
  3. Based on the list of questions above, write down any ideas you have for improvement on the paper as you listen and read. Discuss them with the writer after each paragraph.
  4. Write down any questions you have about the writer’s focus, specific ideas, opinions, etc.  
  5. When the writer has finished reading his or her paper, have a discussion during which you the readers will all ask questions and give your opinions and ideas to help that writer take his or her paper to the next level.
  6. Give your notated copy to it’s author.
  7. Repeat process with each writer in the group.
 
Remember to be helpful and encouraging, and, most importantly, specific in your comments. Don’t just say, “it’s good” and leave it at that. All papers, even those written by the best writers, can benefit from other viewpoints. Really pay attention and try to give specific, substantive advice. If you’re unsure how to phrase a comment, simply make an observation and/or ask a question. You’re not expected to be an expert, but you’ve all got plenty to offer. You’ll appreciate it when it’s your turn, so do your best with all your group members.
 
Final note. As I’ve mentioned before, please don’t get bogged down with correcting spelling, grammar, punctuation, or MLA formatting issues. These are important, yes, but they are minor components of the paper which I’m sure you will all review before turning in your final draft. The peer review should focus on higher level issues in the paper, not sentence level editing.

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