Read both file and Answer the following questions for each file:
- Summarize your peerâ€™s thesis statement. What is the most successful part of the thesis? What is one thing that you had a question about?
- A strong introduction follows the They Say/I Say model (introduces the topic in an interesting way, addresses what is currently being said about, says what many peopleâ€™s argument is about the topic, and then inserts your argument). For your peerâ€™s introduction, what was the strongest aspect? Was there anything missing? What do you think the weakest part was?
- A topic sentence makes identifies the paragraphâ€™s topic and makes a relevant claim about the issue. Identify a strong topic sentence. Identify a topic sentence that is unclear.
- Identify one part of your peerâ€™s paper that uses a source effectively. Identify one place where you would have liked to see a source or the information was not as helpful.
- Did your partner have in-text citations for all sources? Were they accurate (authorâ€™s name or article title if there was no author)?
- When using direct quotes, you need to have a signal phrase (part of your own words that leads into your quote). Identify a strong signal phrase. Identify a quotation that needs a signal phrase or is awkward.
- What is the strongest part of your peerâ€™s paper?
- What do you consider to be the weakest part? What would you like to see more of?
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