PR_forms - Writer_ Reviewer_ ESL 501 Peer Review:...

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Writer__________________________ Reviewer__________________________ ESL 501 Peer Review: Diagnostic Revision Directions: A . As you read your peer’s paper, do the following things: 1. Underline (or highlight) the thesis statement. 2. Circle anything you do not understand. 3. Circle anything you do not agree with. 4. Circle anything you thought was especially good. When you are finished, look at what you have circled and add a comment about it in the margin of the paper. Make sure your comments are specific (i.e., describe exactly what you didn’t understand or didn’t agree with, or identify exactly what you thought was especially good) Make sure your comments are constructive (i.e., offer a suggestion to improve what you did not understand, briefly explain why you did not agree, or state why you thought something was especially good) Make sure your comments are polite and honest (i.e., do not command the writer to change – suggest ways to improve) B . Finally, answer the following questions:
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ESL 501 taught by Professor Spear,a during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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