Paired R.A. Analysis (Fall 09)

Paired R.A. Analysis (Fall 09) - 1 Paired Analysis of...

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Paired Analysis of Researched Argument First Draft I am responding to ’s paper Directions: First, read the paper very slowly and carefully, marking areas of concern as you go. That should take you about 10 minutes. Then answer these questions in detail. When I say “in detail,” I mean that each of your answers should be a few sentences long—do not simply write “yes” or “no” or “yeah, it’s pretty good.” That won’t help the writer, and if I grade your feedback and notice short/vague answers, you will not get credit for completing the assignment. Focus most of your attention on the Think “Big” section—then, if you have time, complete the Think “Medium” and Think “Small” sections. Respond in third person, as if you are speaking to me, not to the writer of the paper (for ex, “His intro is weak”). Type additional comments at the end of the document. When you are done, print out two copies—one for the writer of the paper to read and one for me to grade. THINK “BIG”- Looking at the draft as a whole Which of the basic requirements of the assignment does this draft fulfill: Is it at least 6 pages long? Does it have in-text citations and a separate Works Cited page? Does it use 12 point Times New Roman font?
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