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Instructor: Sarah Goldfarb Expository Writing 101: Section LH October 13 th , 2009 Peer Review 3: Analysis Peer Writer’s Name __________________________________________ Instructions to the Writer: Please save your peer review sheets and staple them to the final draft of your essay. Peer Reviewer’s Name _______________________________________ Instructions to the Reviewer: Please take this exercise seriously, and do your best to answer all the questions and to make specific comments for your peer writer. Try to provide the sort of comments you would like to see on your own paper. 1. Introduction: A) Can you identify the thesis statement in the Yes No introductory paragraph? B) Is the thesis statement the last line of the Yes No paragraph? If not, circle it. C) Does the thesis statement answer the question Yes No “why is this happening in the two essays” as well as “what is happening in these two essays”? If not, it should.
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Sierra during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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