Good, thoughtful work usually takes time, planning, and consideration. What your group has been asked to do in this activity is not easy, and your group is more likely to write an effective text if you all take the time to get feedback from some other writers you trust.
Each group will participate in a group peer review session, in which your group reviews the draft of another group.
Some questions to consider:
- Has this group given thoughtful reasons for why the sources disagree?
- Does your group believe the group's claim(s)? Why or why not?
- Do they need more evidence to support their claim(s)? Why or why not?
- Is your group persuaded by the evidence provided? Why or why not?
- Is your group helped by the organization chosen to write this paper? Why? If not, what changes could help them organize their paper better?
Consider your peer's feedback and make appropriate revisions to your paper. This assignment asks your group to conduct a careful analysis, and that is what your group's revisions should focus on strengthening.