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AP Literature and Composition Sentimentality Unit Commencement Speech PEER REVIEW Directions: 1.) Please “make a copy” of this document. 2.) Please share your Commencement Speech, and this peer review document with one individual in class. 3.) Submit the peer review document for the peer review you completed. Name of Peer Reviewer: Grace Kim Name of Author of Graduation Speech: Bea Case Part I. Checklist ____yes, 544___Within Word Count Limit (500-1000 words)? ___yes____ Does the speech begin with a “hook” enticing the audience to listen? If yes, please provide the example you identified as the “hook.” If not, what might you suggest? ___yes____Does the speech adhere to the theme “Looking Back, Being Here, Moving
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Forward?” If yes, how so (provide at least one example) ? If no, what might you suggest?
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Unformatted text preview: ___yes____Does the speech maintain an appropriate tone (no/acceptable use of profanity, no references to drugs, alcohol, illegal activities, etc.)? Part II. Specific Feedback Provide the author of this speech with two “kudos.” What are two specific lines, and/or aspects of the speech, that you feel are particularly successful?-Very funny and it was relatable-I like the recurring theme of napping throughout the whole speech Provide the author with at least one suggestion for development. What is an aspect of the speech that they can strengthen a bit further?-It was very funny and entertaining. Making it longer would be good and it will entertain me more...
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