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# Axia College Material Appendix G Peer Review Checklist * What is the main point of this essay? The media and it place in the American courtroom What is the greatest strength of this essay? The greatest strength of this essay is that it is focused and full of well known facts Does the introduction grab your interest and make you want to read on? Explain your answer. This introduction sort of grabbed my attention I think the only reason I hesitated to read on is because of the length of the introduction alone, but once I focused on the lines ahead it flowed easily What material does not seem to fit the main point of the essay or does not seem to be appropriate for the audience? I felt that the material provided and discussed through out the essay remained relevant and to the point. Where should the author add more details or examples? Explain your answer. I felt that there was and adequate amount of examples for each
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Unformatted text preview: section of this essay Where is the writing unclear or vague? I felt that the writing sort of dragged after the first two subsections but that was mainly because the topic is difficult to explain in a continuously fascinating manner What is your favorite part of this piece of writing? I enjoyed the section that gave specific information on how the first and sixth amendment conflict one another What other comments might you provide for the author? I would tell them thing I am sure they have already heard like, this a well written and informative essay, I would also mention that braking the information down into visible subsections might make this essay easier to approach *Adapted from Reinking, J. A., Hart, A. W., & Von der Osten, R. (2001). Strategies for successful writing: A rhetoric, research guide, reader, and handbook (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall....
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