• For today, we will be peer-reviewing on WP2?
    • By this time, there should already be a good working WP1?. Now we can focus our attention to WP2?
    • As I said last class, there should be something ready to look at
  • Before we begin, I want us to look at the links provided below to see how some examples of effective peer-review questions.

| Early Draft | Middle Draft | Later Draft |

  • Take a look at these links and use the examples that are provided in order to peer-review as a group upon each individual draft
    • Some things to think about is how is the writing effective?
    • Can you easily find the purpose of the writing?
    • Is the writing stepping into the conversation it is attempting to reach?
    • How is the rhetorical situation being used?
  • For the last 10 minutes or so of class, go to OneDrive and go to the In Class Writing folder
    • Create a new document in the October 31 folder and reflect on what you and your group accomplished today
    • One thing to think about is if you did not have a draft ready for today, what can be done to keep you accountable to have that draft ready for next time?
  • For homework, continue working on the drafts and refining them
    • Make sure that you are saving each draft that you write in the OneDrive as separate documents *Hint Hint*