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Peer Review - Dr. Noreen Bider EAPR250 004 009 Peer Review...

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Dr. Noreen Bider EAPR250 004 009 Winter 2010 Peer Review Guidelines Peer-review is a process in which students read another’s paper and provide constructive criticism according to strict criteria. Before beginning this process, please read the criteria listed below and consider only these items when evaluating the text. Once you have read and critiqued the paper, give a mark between 1 and 5 for each criterion (1 denotes a complete lack of competence; 2 suggests egregious weakness; 3 suggests minimal competence; 4 denotes success—this is a broad range; 5 is laudatory—complete mastery/competence/success). On this sheet, write your name: _______________________________ Student author’s name: _____________________________________ Criteria: 1. Clarity : The ideas are expressed clearly; diction is appropriate; standard English grammar is employed. Identify any of the following problems on the text itself: Spelling errors Grammar errors Problems with capitalization/acronyms
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course EAPR 250 taught by Professor Richardcooper during the Fall '07 term at McGill.

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Peer Review - Dr. Noreen Bider EAPR250 004 009 Peer Review...

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