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peer-review ideas
« on: March 29, 2011, 01:52:24 PM »
 I found this peer-editing checklist on:
 Reading /Writing Group Checklist
 1. In what ways does this piece deserve praise?
    *Interesting topic?            Why?
    *Good details?                  Where?
    *Effective words/phrases/sentences?      Where?
    *Well organized?            Explain.
    *Valuable point or lesson?         Explain.
 2. What questions do you have about this piece?
    *What did _____________ look like?
    *What were his/her exact words?
    *Why did you (he/she/they...) do this or not do that?
    *What age were you, he, she...?
    *How did you react?
    *Can you better describe the place, the scene?
    *Can you give an example of ________________ ?
    *This sentence/passage is confusing. Can you explain it more clearly?
    *Have you clearly explained how, when, where, what...?
Depending on the level of ESL students, I think it would be helpful to give them phrases, like in number 2, they could use in commenting on a peer's work.  In other words, I think it's important to prepare students for the task!
« Last Edit: March 31, 2011, 01:21:45 PM by jjacobs5 »