Peer Review

Peer Review

  1. Which three sources have been selected? Quote one of the three headings.
  2. How clearly are a summary, paraphrase, and quotation from each of the three sources used? Do the words “summary,” “paraphrase,” and “quotation” appear?
  3. Quote a strength and a weakness of one of the sources.
  4. What is interesting about the introduction? Which conclusion strategy closes the analysis? Is the analysis between four and six pages? Which spelling, grammar, or organizational problems are most obvious?
  5. Who, specifically is the audience for the final proposal? How well does the audience analysis describe them?
  6. Quote the analysis explaining which audience has been picked. Quote a specific plan to appeal to that audience in the final proposal.
  7. What stance and style will the audience analysis use? How do you know?
  8. How well are sources and the tentative thesis of the final proposal connected? Quote a sentence that connects the two