Answer each questions for two different essays. Totally 20 questions
Peer review questions to consider:
- What is the author trying to say about this experience? How can you tell?
- Does the author tell us something important directly? How might they show it to us instead?
- Is it clear who the author was both before and after the change?
- Are there things, places, or people in this essay that you would like described in more detail?
- Are there moments you would like to see expanded into scenes? Conversations you would like to hear as dialogue?
- What parts of the draft need the most clarification or elaboration? Be specific.
- Any suggestions for organizing the essay? Are there sections that feel out of place? Things that should be moved or deleted?
- What are the greatest strengths and weaknesses of your classmate’s essay? Can you point to areas that work well as examples for what to try in places that need more revision?
- Do you have any additional advice that would help this classmate do well on his/her essay? Share it here if so.
- Are there particular grammatical mistakes that come up more than once?