First...Next week's plans:

  • If you haven't signed up for a time to meet during our conferences on Tuesday, do so here now!

Peer review!!

Reviewees will be chosen randomly!

One
Review of One
Review of One Δ
Nine
Review of Nine
Review of Nine
Review of Nine
Seventeen
Review of Seventeen
Review of Seventeen
Two
Review of Two
Review of Two
Ten Δ
Review of Ten Δ
Review of Ten Δ
Eighteen
Review of Eighteen
Review of Eighteen
Three
Review of Three
Review of Three
Eleven
Review of Eleven
Review of Eleven Δ
Nineteen
Review of Nineteen
Review of Nineteen Δ
Four Δ
Review of Four Δ
Review of Four Δ
Twelve
Review of Twelve
Review of Twelve
Review of Twelve
Twenty Δ
Review of Twenty Δ
Review of Twenty Δ
Five
Review of Five
Review of Five
Review of Five
Thirteen
Review of Thirteen
Review of Thirteen Δ
Twenty-One
Review of Twenty-One
Review of Twenty-One
Six
Review of Six
Review of Six
Review of Six
Fourteen
Review of Fourteen
Review of Fourteen
Twenty-Two Δ
Review of Twenty-Two Δ
Review of Twenty-Two Δ
Seven Δ
Review of Seven Δ
Review of Seven Δ
Fifteen Δ
Review of Fifteen Δ
Review of Fifteen Δ
 
Eight
Review of Eight
Review of Eight
Review of Eight
Sixteen
Review of Sixteen
Review of Sixteen
 
  • Create comments on the document before you upload it as a peer review, including at least the following:
  1. One or two sentences that explain what you think the overall message or point is. What do you think readers should be able to take away from reading this?
  2. At least one thing you like about the paper. What did the writer do especially well?
  3. At least one thing that you are unsure about, having trouble with, or that still needs work.
  • Reading through the draft again, consider these things to comment about:
    • Is the writer communicating what he/she wanted to communicate?
    • Are there any parts of the writing that seem unclear or confusing? Mark these places in the margin and explain your confusion.
    • Where are the places when the writing is particularly good or effective? Mark these too and explain why you like them or find them effective.
    • Does the writing need more explanation, less explanation, or does the flow need to be reworked? Are there any parts that seem "out of place"?
    • Do not mark spelling errors or grammar errors or punctuation problems unless they interfere with your understanding. This is a draft and revising and editing are two different things. Today we are revising.