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Appendix G Peer Review Checklist * What is the main point of this essay? This essay is about Polynesian tattooing including the history and the cultural significance. What is the greatest strength of this essay? The greatest strength of this essay is that the essay topic is very interesting and well written. Does the introduction grab your interest and make you want to read on? Explain your answer. The introduction grabbed my attention and made me want to read more so that I could learn more about this form of tattooing. What material does not seem to fit the main point of the essay or does not seem to be appropriate for the audience? I did not find any material that did not seem to fit the main point of the essay or that seemed inappropriate for the audience. Where should the author add more details or examples? Explain your answer. The author should add more details to the paper in the body
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Unformatted text preview: paragraphs. The paper seems a little short, but is a great start. Where is the writing unclear or vague? The paper is unclear only in telling about Polynesian tattoos before explaining the meaning of the word Polynesia and the whereabouts of the islands. What is your favorite part of this piece of writing? My favorite part of this piece of writing is how the paper seems to flow smoothly. What other comments can you provide for the author? This seems to be a very unique topic that I have never read about before. It is very interesting! *Adapted from Reinking, J. A., Hart, A. W., & Von der Osten, R. (2003). Strategies for successful writing: A rhetoric, research guide, reader, and handbook (6th ed.). Boston: Prentice-Hall/Pearson Custom Publishing. COM 150...
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