Research paper peer edit sheet

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Research paper peer edit sheet

  1. 1. NAME ___________________________ ______ CLASS ___________________ DATE _______________ _ WRITER’S WORKSHOP Research Paper Pupil’s Edition page 868 Evaluating and Revising: Peer Editing DIRECTIONS: Use the following questions to evaluate a classmate’s research paper. Then, share your responses with the author of the paper to help him or her revise. 1. Does the introduction catch your interest? How could it be improved? 2. Is the topic clearly introduced? What is the controlling idea in the research paper? 3. Does the writer cite enough examples or facts? Would an anecdote or moreCOLLECTION 13 description help? 4. Is the paper easy to understand? What could the writer do to make it clearer? Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. 5. How strong is the conclusion? How could it be improved? 6. Has the writer included any details that are unsupported opinions? 7. Is the research paper written with a sense of authority? Explain. 210 Portfolio Management System
  2. 2. NAME ___________________________ ______ CLASS ___________________ DATE _______________ _ WRITER’S WORKSHOP Research Paper Pupil’s Edition page 868 Evaluation Scale: 1 = Not at all 2 = To some extent 3 = Successfully DIRECTIONS: Circle 1, 2, or 3 below to indicate the evaluation of each item. Introduction / Thesis Statement ◆ The introduction clearly states the thesis statement or controlling idea. 1 2 3 Support and Elaboration ◆ The writer clearly and thoroughly elaborates on the controlling idea and other general statements with facts, examples, illustrations, quotations, and other kinds of evidence. 1 2 3 Organization COLLECTION 13 ◆ The research paper is clearly and logically organized. 1 2 3 Conclusion ◆ The writer ends the paper by clearly refocusing on the controlling idea. 1 2 3 Sources ◆ The writer presents accurate information from a variety of sources and acknowledges all sources used in the paper. 1 2 3Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. Language ◆ The writer uses his or her own words except with direct quotations. 1 2 3 Style ◆ The research paper clearly follows MLA or some other approved style for documenting sources. 1 2 3 Spelling, Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics ◆ The research paper is relatively free of errors in spelling, grammar, usage, and mechanics. 1 2 3 Collection 13 211

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