Unformatted text preview: own paper better. III. How do we best help each other? Be honest and critical but polite and respectful . Don’t focus on grammar or spelling, unless I instruct you to do so. Focus on the content of what is being discussed. Ask questions! This is usually more helpful than just telling the other person what he/she should do to “fix” the paper. For example, instead of saying “You need more details,” try writing questions in the margin in places where you want more information. IV. What if I don’t like the advice my peers give me? Listen to your peers and take notes. It’s probably best not to decide right away whether you will follow their suggestions. At home, re-read your paper considering their questions and suggestions. If you still disagree, that’s okay. It’s your paper. ENG 209/212/310 1 Peer Review Guidelines...
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2011 for the course ENG 208 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.
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