questions to guide your peer review

  1. Does the paper have a title, thesis and blueprint along the lines of what we’ve discussed in class?
  2. Does this paper have a compelling and debatable (amongst reasonable people) thesis/blueprint?
  3. Is it clearly and logically organized from sentence to sentence and from paragraph to paragraph?
  4. Are all claims well supported with outside evidence, quotes etc.?
  5. Does it avoid making general claims about all humans, people, society, time, space, place, technology, children, adults, etc.?
  6. Does the paper cite appropriate, scholarly sources?
  7. Is the paper clearly and artfully written?

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