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Offline Fei Chen

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Peer Feedback Worksheet
« on: April 03, 2015, 10:29:03 PM »
Peer Feedback Worksheet

I. Identify the following by copying and pasting to the worksheet:


a. the thesis statement:

b. topic sentence 1
      supporting evidence

c. topic sentence 2
      supporting evidence

d. topic sentence 3
      supporting evidence

II. constructive criticism

1. Does the thesis statement give you a clear idea of the upcoming paragraphs of the essay? Why or why not?

2. Are the three body paragraphs logically arranged? If so, explain how they relate to the thesis statement and each other.
    If not, explain where you think the logic is flawed and how you might re-arrange or replace them.

3.Do the sentences within paragraphs flow smoothly? In other words, were you able to read without too much effort
   to catch up with the idea? If so, point out specifically sentences that flowed well. If not, point out the most confusing
   ones and suggest possible revisions.

4. Look at the introduction. Did the introduction give you enough background information about the essay?
    Try breaking it down and map parts of the introduction to the body paragraphs to see how they might relate. There might
    not be one to one correspondence, but the matching helps to see how well the thesis statement situates in the introduction
    (in terms of content, not physical location).

5. Look at the conclusion. Did the conclusion summarize the essay with sufficient details? How did the conclusion end?
    Do you think how it ended was satisfactory? Why or why not?


Offline Yeonjae Lee

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Re: Peer Feedback Worksheet
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2015, 04:06:59 PM »
Hello,

I like how you have two parts to your worksheet. Just having part I might be ineffective, but the questions in part II are very specific and elaborate upon part I. I also like how you offer prompts by saying "If so" and "If not." This further guides students as they are doing peer-reviews.

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Re: Peer Feedback Worksheet
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2015, 10:24:44 AM »
I also very much like the addition of the first part of the peer review sheet I think sometimes we take for grated that sometimes how we intend the reader to perceive our writing and how it is actually perceived are sometimes quite different.  I think way you did this WS really helps highlight that point.   

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Re: Peer Feedback Worksheet
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2015, 02:45:28 PM »
I really love your idea of having students filling out a feedback worksheet while they are peer reviewing their partners work. To add to your constructive criticism part, I think it might be good to provide on the worksheet some Likert scales against which the students can evaluate these items.