Peer Edit Worksheet Sample

This assignment is peer edit for my two class partners. I attached my classmates’ essay Here is the questions for peer edit and an example. please do the same format with the example. 🙂 ———————————————————————————————–

– Peer Edit Worksheet

Title: What is the title of this essay?

Author: Who is the author? Introduction: How does the introduction draw the reader into the argument? What does the intro accomplish? If it isn’t effective, make suggestions. Proposal: What is the problem identified? Does the author clearly explain the problem?who is affected, what is the cause, possible future outcome? What is the proposed solution that the author presents? Is it a feasible solution? If not, make suggestions.

place order

Argument: What tactics of persuasion does the writer use to convince the reader of his or her opinion? Does he/she give good reasons? If not, make suggestions. Is the author credible? Why or why not? Give suggestions. How does he appeal to the audience?

Counterargument: Sometimes authors use counterarguments to strengthen their viewpoint. Does the author look at opposing viewpoints? How does the author make a counterargument, if one is presented?

Development: Is the length of the argument sufficient to convince the reader? What areas could use more development, if any?

Conclusion: This is the last chance to convince the reader. How does the author conclude the argument? Is it an effective conclusion? Why or why not? If not, give suggestions.

Grammar: Does the feature contain any of the following: Incomplete sentences? Run-on sentences? Missing articles (a, an, the)? Problems with verb tenses? Spelling errors? Author’s Questions: Please answer the specific questions the author posted at the top of his or her essay for. Thanks! ————————————————————————————————————

Here is an example for peer edit

Peer Edit Worksheet Example

Danye Kim Title: What is the title of this essay? the title of this essay was “Education Issues” Author: Who is the author? the author was Danye Kim

Introduction: How does the introduction draw the reader into the argument? What does the intro accomplish? If it isn’t effective, make suggestions. the introduction draw the reader into the argument by a opinion and add on what they are trying to tell us the intro accomplish was how they explain they way in to the argument

Proposal: What is the problem identified? Does the author clearly explain the problem?who is affected, what is the cause, possible future outcome? What is the proposed solution that the author presents? Is it a feasible solution? If not, make suggestions. the problem identified was ..” students are struggling with instructor because of instructor’s education method, time management, violence, language problem for international students.” the author clearly explains the problem who is affected and the cause and possible future outcome in a good ways. the proposed solution that the author presents was “instructors have to know how to lead and teach students before they become a teacher, and school has to make stronger policy for instructor.” it is a feasible solution

Argument: What tactics of persuasion does the writer use to convince the reader of his or her opinion? Does he/she give good reasons? If not, make suggestions. Is the author credible? Why or why not? Give suggestions. How does he appeal to the audience? the tactics of the persuasion does the writer use to convince the reader of her opinion where the method they are been teach and the time and the laugage this are all good reasons she gave because it goes in to detail on what they need to work on it appeal to the audience because we should care and try to find the way to make it work and help out

Counterargument: Sometimes authors use counterarguments to strengthen their viewpoint. Does the author look at opposing viewpoints? How does the author make a counterargument, if one is presented? the author look at the opposing viewpoints somewhat the author makes a counterargument none at all i believe Development: Is the length of the argument sufficient to convince the reader? What areas could use more development, if any? the length of the argument sufficient to convince the reader yes the areas could use more development would be the conclusion i think or last paragrapghy

Conclusion: This is the last chance to convince the reader. How does the author conclude the argument? Is it an effective conclusion? Why or why not? If not, give suggestions. the author conclude the argument good it is somewhat effective conclusion Grammar: Does the feature contain any of the following: Incomplete sentences? none Run-on sentences? none Missing articles (a, an, the)? none that i saw Problems with verb tenses? good Spelling errors? just check again Author’s Questions: what parts do you agree and disagree with me? the parts that i agree with would be issue number one and three the most i would have to disagree on number two Please answer the specific questions the author posted at the top of his or her research essay for. Thanks!

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