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Peer editing wa3


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Peer editing wa3

  1. 1. Peer Editing WA3
  2. 2. Editing Surface Issues • Select a reader and read each paper aloud • Allow time for notes and comments for each paper • Spend roughly three to five minutes on constructive criticism after each reading
  3. 3. Editing Content • Exchange papers • Read for content issues
  4. 4. Editing Content • Use the following questions as criteria: Does the first page begin to compare the author’s research with that of other scholars’ (i.e. academic, peer reviewed articles, books, or studies)? How do you know the research is scholarly? Ask them where they found their sources (i.e. library catalog/super search, Google scholar or Wikipedia)? The only valid sources will be from the library, the library catalog/super search, our textbook, or possibly a university website (i.e. a “.edu”). How do they use these secondary sources to analyze their own primary research, the community they are studying? How many secondary sources do they use? The minimum for this assignment is three secondary sources from the annotated bibliography. How are these sources being cited (using in-text citation)? Are they cited correctly? Check Fieldworking for MLA guidelines. Do they have a works cited page? Is the works cited page correctly arranged?