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Unformatted text preview: Questions (1) Can you easily identify the paper’s thesis? What is the thesis? Does the thesis need revision or focus? (2) Is the thesis well supported? That is, does every paragraph in the paper clearly and obviously support the thesis? If not, which paragraphs are irrelevant or should be revised? Which paragraphs, if any, undermine or contradict the thesis? 1 Peer Review Worksheet (3) Has the author provided examples or quotations from the relevant texts in order to illustrate each point made? Point to any paragraphs that seem too short and might need further development. (4) What is the essay’s greatest strength? (5) What is the essay’s major weakness? How should the author avoid this weakness? Do you have any suggestions for improvement? (6) Which points would you like to see developed in more detail? 2 Peer Review Worksheet...
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course PHILO 201 taught by Professor Mizrahi during the Spring '11 term at CUNY Hunter.
- Spring '11