Global Revising Project 1

Global Revising Project 1 - Byars-Nichols English 101...

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Byars-Nichols English 101: Project #1, Global Revisions You will peer review two students’ essays today. You should also find two of your peers to review and comment on your draft. Before commenting, read your peer’s essay through one time to get a sense of what the student’s main purpose is in writing the essay. As you read the second time, stop after each section below (intro, each body paragraph, and the conclusion) to consider the questions and make comments. Remember that global revising involves examining the structural, “big” aspects of the essay: are the paragraphs organized effectively, does each section of the essay achieve an effective purpose? Does the essay “do” what it sets out to do? On a separate piece of paper, please answer questions in each item below (a, b, c…). Please notice that sometimes I ask you a “yes” or “no” questions, and sometimes I ask you to reflect back the topic, thesis, etc. I do not ask you to fix anything in the essay. Please be sure to write your name as reader, and the writer whose
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Cornett during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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