Refutation peer review (2010)

Refutation peer review (2010) - Peer Editing Worksheet:...

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Peer Editing Worksheet: Refutation Paper Writer:_________________________________Reviewer:_______________________________ for the writer: 1. What essay are you responding to, and what is the thesis of your essay? (Remember that it should be an arguable statement, ideally a claim with reasons.) 2. What is your audience and purpose? 3. What in particular do you want the reviewer to check? _______________________________________________________________________ For the reviewer: Write answers on the back of this sheet if necessary . 1. Does the introduction contain an overview of the topic that orients the reader to the issue in its current context? Does it look like the writer has focused the topic narrowly enough to deal with it adequately in 4 pages or so? Is it currently at least 3 1/2 pages but no more than 5? 2. Is the thesis clear, adequate, and supported by the data and arguments provided? 3. Is the summary of the other writer’s view clear, sufficient, and fair? Is it clear that the original
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