Strawman Reflection - Delgado 1 Alexander Delgado Professor...

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Delgado 1 Alexander Delgado Professor Debra Briggs ENC 1102 14 October 2010 Strawman Reflection For our recent Core 2 Rough draft paper, our class decided to peer edit the assignments using the Strawman guidelines. We each read the papers and wrote down necessary insights to improve the essay. With regards to my own paper, I only had grammatical problems and improper citation of references. But, for the most part, I wrote my essay well. Now, where do I go from this? I could write about what I learned in doing this Strawman assignment. One of the fundamental tactics for reviewing such assignments is peer editing. This process, as helpful as it may be, can also be quite detrimental. Not everyone within a classroom is competent enough to write at a higher level. These people, who lack in script, edit other papers with flying colors and cannot, due to their level of competency, initiate a sound piece of advice. However, this is worst case scenario. Peer editing allows classmates and colleagues to talk about their papers in a
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This note was uploaded on 09/09/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Blasdel during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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