Reflection: Peer Editing the Rhetorical Analysis Essay - Section 2: Peer Edit Introduction


As I walked around and listened in to the discussions, it seemed that most were providing some good feedback and finding things missing in the introduction.  It was hard to tell how well they were doing, though; when they hand in drafts to me tomorrow I'll get a better handle on how their peer responses translate to editing.

  They Are Finding Flaws
  They Are Finding Flaws
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Peer Editing the Rhetorical Analysis Essay

Unit 3: Writing a Rhetorical Analysis Essay
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT evaluate peer essays in terms of effective organization of building of a topic, use of relevant evidence and logic, and strong command of objective language.

Big Idea: Writing doesn't have to be lonely; feedback from peers is an important part of the process.

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