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Autotech Case- Project 2

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Cover Page: Project 2- First Submission ACC 321- Fall 2009 Professor Sergeant Autotech Manufacturing Product Costs Authored and submitted by: (class ID) ___________ Peer Reviewers: (Proj 2- A) ___________ Peer Reviewers: (Proj 2- B) ___________
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Authors “my” class ID _______ Peer Reviewer (Proj 2- A) ID _______ Peer Review Comment Sheet Guidelines for Peer Reviews: (1) Be positive. This is not the place to hurt the feelings of others. Offer constructive criticisms with specific places where improvements are needed and types of improvements that could be made. (2) Do not act as an editor. Do not rewrite the paper for the person. If a sentence could be better worded, write (awk) or (RO) for awkward or run-on. (3) You should be offering comments on the written paper as well as the reviewer sheet. (4) Reviewer sheets include similar components that the AICPA uses to evaluate the written element of the CPA exam. It is good to be familiar with these. Organization: the document’s structure, ordering of ideas, and linking of one idea to another: Overview/thesis statement [Decision clearly stated] (1) Paper is not focused. No stated thesis. Reader has trouble understanding purpose of paper. (2) Thesis may be too brief, superficial, or unclear; purpose of paper only partly accomplished. (3) Thesis is adequately understood; paper generally accomplishes stated purpose. (4) Paper has a clearly sustained and explained thesis; paper fully accomplishes stated purpose. _____ Peer review assessment, Comments: Unified paragraphs (1) Paragraphs typically do not have a topic sentence with supporting sentences that develop the topic. (2) Some use of topic sentences with supporting sentences that develop the topic idea. (3) Adequate use of topic sentences with focused supporting sentences that develop the topic idea. (4) Consistent and superior use of topic sentences with unified paragraphs that support and develop the topic idea. _____ Peer review assessment, Comments: Peer Review Comment Sheet Page 2
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Authors “my” class ID _______ Peer Reviewer (Proj 2- A) ID _______ Transitions and connectives (1) Poor flow; progression not logical. Ideas are presented randomly or haphazardly. Weak or missing transitions. May be wordy or repetitious. (2) Progression of thoughts or paragraphs is illogical or jumpy in places. Transitions are not always meaningful. May be some wordiness or repetition.
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