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Unformatted text preview: 2/5/11 Introduction Peer Review: Does the opening to the paper seem too flashy? Does the opening sentence jump right into the issue or is there a funnel-down model? The funnel-down model is where the author begins with a vague generalization and then moves into the specific argument. This is to be avoided. 2/5/11 Introductions Peer Review: Does the reader state the research question outright or is it an implied research question? In your own words, write on the paper what you believe to be the research question of the paper. In other words, what is the paper going to try to find out about, or what is the problem that the author is trying to solve? 2/5/11 Introductions Peer Review: What background information does the writer point out? Background information can include key terms, summaries, factual details, etc. Circle all pieces of background information. If there are any terms or ideas that you feel need to be more clearly defined in the introduction, write a note to the author explaining what those terms/ideas are and why you feel they need definition. 2/5/11...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Milano during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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