ENGL 112 Peer Review Team A Discussions

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ENGL 112 Peer Review Team A Discussions
This week, we’ll be sharing our writing publicly in a class peer review. In…

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ENGL 112 Peer Review Team A Discussions 

ENGL 112 Peer Review Team A Discussions

Week 7 – All Students Posts 7 Pages

This week, we’ll be sharing our writing publicly in a class peer review. In order to make this process run smoothly, please be sure to follow the instructions noted below.

  1. Find your name on the peer review assignment list provided by your professor to determine whether you are in Group A, B, or C.
  2. Once you have located your assigned group, join that discussion area and hit “reply” to the initial prompt.  In your reply, leave feedback for your classmates with general information about your draft. Explain the current state of your draft, your plans to add content, and your revision plans. If you have specific questions for the peers who will review your draft, or want to provide them with any additional information, please do so in your initial post.
  3. Attach your current draft to your initial post. This must be completed no later than Tuesday night (midnight MT).
  4. Find the two peers who have posted after you in terms of time. Read their attached essays and any notes they left to accompany the draft. Find the Week 7 Peer Review Worksheet in Doc Sharing and download it. Complete the form separately for each of the two peers whose drafts you will be reviewing.
  5. Return your completed Peer Review Worksheet as an attachment in a response post to each of your peers separately. This must be completed no later than Friday night (midnight MT).
  6. Continue to check into your group Discussion area in the event your peers pose any follow-up questions.

Reflect upon the draft you submitted last week. As you move forward, what is your number-one goal for continued drafting and revising this week?  Do you have a clear, one-sentence thesis at the end of your introduction, and do the body paragraphs begin with topic sentences that relate to the main points in your thesis? These are elements that make a piece of writing clear and easy to follow…