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ENG-106 Peer Review Worksheet: Cause and Effect Argument Part of your responsibility as a student in this course is to provide quality feedback to your peers that will help them to improve their writing skills. This worksheet will assist you in providing that feedback. To highlight the text and type over the information in the boxes on this worksheet, double-click on the first word. Name of the draft’s author: Cesar Garcia Name of the peer reviewer: Caleb A. Myers Reviewer After reading through the draft one time, write a summary (3-5 sentences) of the paper that includes your assessment of how well the essay meets the assignment requirements as specified in the syllabus and the rubric. The argument was sound, though there was no evidence or citations to back it up. Also the sentences felt clunky due to what feels like a like of puncutation, though it could just be my personal writing style. Also, writing feels at time a bit elementray and can be easily fixed by rewording simple words like, "shows" to "demonstrates" or "displays." Bit nit picky, but is definitely worth it to go back and upgrade the diction. After a second, closer reading of the draft, answer each of the following questions. Positive answers will give you specific elements of the draft to praise; negative answers will indicate areas in need of improvement and revision. Please be sure to indicate at least three positive aspects of the draft and at least three areas for improvement in reply to the questions at the bottom of this worksheet.
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