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Unformatted text preview: WRIT 300 Peer Review Form for Research Paper Answer the questions below with specific examples from your peer’s writing. Be constructive and detailed. Explain why you made the comment so your peer can benefit from your feedback. You should provide substantial feedback for each question. When you’re finished, attach your completed Peer Review Form to the relevant Main Topic so both your peer and instructor can read it. In general, refer to Chapter 3 in The Little, Brown Handbook for more information about editing and proofreading. Specifically, pages 66-69 are particularly helpful when it comes to peer reviewing and editing. Remember, the value of a peer review is twofold: 1) You gain valuable experience while reviewing different elements of your peer’s writing, which you can apply to your own writing; and 2) Your peer gains valuable feedback that he or...
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2010 for the course WRIT 200 taught by Professor O'neil during the Spring '10 term at Arizona Western College.
- Spring '10