Sentence Reading Fluency Informed Decision Making From the start, the developers of easyCBM have emphasized the goal of helping to facilitate good instructional decision-making.
Then read it again, with the following questions in mind. Please write extensive comments either on your workshop partner's draft where applicable or on this handout. If you need more room, continue writing on the back of this page.
Does this draft respond to the assignment? Argument of a debatable issue with Rogerian slant? Looking at the essay as whole, what thesis main point including writer's opinion is advanced?
Please underline the thesis on your workshop partner's draft. If it is implied only, jot down what you perceive to be the thesis here. Are the needs of the audience kept in mind?
For instance, do some concepts or words need to be defined? Is the evidence examples, testimony of authorities, personal observations clear and effective? Get into the margins of the draft and comment. Is any obvious evidence or counter-evidence overlooked? Can you accept the writer's assumptions?
If not, why not? Please be honest and specific. Looking at each paragraph separately: What is the basic point?
How does each paragraph relate to the essay's main idea or the previous paragraph? Should some paragraphs be deleted? Be divided into two or more paragraphs? If you outline the essay by jolting down the gist of each paragraph, you will get help in answering these questions. Is each sentence clearly related to the sentence that precedes it and to the sentence that follows?
Is each paragraph adequately developed?
Are there sufficient details, perhaps brief quotations or paraphrases from credible sources? Are the introductory and concluding paragraphs effective?
What are the paper's main strengths? Make at least one specific suggestion that you think will assist the author to improve the paper. Last but not least--mechanics. If time permits, point out errors in spelling or grammar that distract from the argument of this draft.Before you begin, be sure to model and discuss each step of the writing process (prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing), preferably using a whole-class story or class newsletter article.
How to Write a Good Scientific Paper: a Reviewer’s Checklist Peer review is a critical part of the publishing process at JM3, as it is for most science journals.
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. You are required to discuss the first draft of your research paper with another student, that is, to get a review from a peer.
and a fresh perspective may stimulate thoughtful revision. (Having your intentions misread, because your writing isn't clear enough, can be particularly stimulating.) Checklist for Peer Review.
Peer-Review Checklist for Draft of Argument Essay. Read the essay through, quickly. Then read it again, with the following questions in mind. Please write extensive comments either on your workshop partner's draft where applicable or on this handout.
Research Paper Checklist: Peer Editing Research Paper Checklist Author Check Peer Check Description Points (20) Title Page Header Visible with Student’s Last name, space and page number: Choose research paper .