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Author Name:__________________________ Section____________ Reviewer Name:________________________ Date___________ YOU SHOULD READ THROUGH YOUR COLLEGUE’S PAPER 3-4 TIMES. The first time, circle any spelling or grammar errors that you notice. Note good spots with the word “good” or some other indication of praise, draw attention to problems that you see with a mark, explain what you thing is wrong as necessary. On the second read through, identify words, sentences, paragraphs, or pages in the paper that are unnecessary. Since good college writing is succinct, circle and write “needed?” in the margin wherever who have found things that you do not feel adds to the paper and therefore might be better off deleted. Next, answer the questions below, be diplomatic in your critique. Be constructive not insulting. Last pass (proof reading), read the paper backwards searching for any errors that you missed at the sentence level or any words misused or generally sloppy writing. 1. Introduction: How does the first paragraph introduce both the paper’s topic and argument? Does it
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2011 for the course ECOLOGY 143 taught by Professor Anibal during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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