Review your peer’s draft based on the following questions.
Is the author’s thesis as clear and precise as it could be? If not, explain how it could be clearer and more precise.
Does the author provide a roadmap of the paper (a summary of what s/he will do in the paper) in the introduction? If so, does this make sense? Does the topic seem too narrow or too large? Again, make some comments if it’s interesting or superficial
Make some suggestions on the paper for how the introduction could be reworded, rearranged, made more interesting, or generally improved.
SKIM the paper (do not spend time looking at grammar, or even reading full paragraphs). Just try to identify the topic sentence of each paragraph (or main idea in sentence form). Often, this is found at the beginning or end of a paragraph.
Now, look at the author’s argument. Based on the topic sentences alone, answer these questions. Provide detailed answers (you may need another sheet of paper). Do not simply answer yes or no.
Are there some paragraphs that do not seem to clearly support the thesis (e.g. the author seems to go on a tangent). Or the topic sentence needs to be restated to more clearly support the thesis?
After looking at the topic sentences in order to make notes on places where the logical flow of argument from paragraph to paragraph is particularly good and where it could be improved.
Padding: write something like, “is this necessary” or ”Padding?” next to places where the author seems to include information that is not useful or necessary for proving the thesis (or the topic sentence of that paragraph).
As you read the paper, make notes where the author is clear, unclear, saying something original or interesting, stating the obvious, not going tin enough depth, rambling, etc.
What are some strengths and weaknesses of this paper? Make at least one positive comment and at least one negative comment at the end of the paper. Try to be constructive and polite. You could comment on writing style, organization, use of course materials, attention to detail, originality and sophistication, etc.
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