Directions for Peer Commenting

Directions for Peer Commenting - b. Question the...

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Directions for Peer Commenting 1. Read the outline 2. First, be their friend. a. help brainstorm new ideas b. if you know facts or resources about a topic, tell your partner about them i. websites to visit ii. Recent things you saw in the news or on TV c. Give recommendations about organization d. Suggest new search terms or synonyms that they can use to find materials 3. Next, be their enemy! a. Try to find “holes” in their argument i. Use the fallacies on the i-cite Terms HW to help
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Unformatted text preview: b. Question the reliability of their sources, especially web sources i. Visit one or two of the web sources and decide if its OK ii. Remind them that if they do not have sources to back up their ideas, they may not be able to use them! c. Consider the audiencewill this argument appeal to them? i. Why or why not? 4. Suggest one item that they might get rid of this is an important part of editing, because our length will be limited!...
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course ENG 11011 taught by Professor Dr.susant.lord during the Spring '08 term at Kent State.

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