Since everyone has the same peer editing sheet do not reproduce the questions. Send your suggestions back to the paperâ€™s author.
1. Every paper needs a title and a title is not â€œEssay #3.â€ A title suggests to the reader what will come. A title arouses reader expectations. Rate the title of this paper (No title Needs help OK but not exciting Pretty good Brilliant). Explain why you rated it that way.
2. Look closely at the question that the paper is addressing: â€œPersepolis is a graphic novel a story told in pictures more than in words. What is the effect of that narrative strategy? Does it â€˜trivializeâ€™ the storyâ€“making it seem less serious than the other novels we have been reading?â€ Does the essay take a â€œstandâ€ on that issue?
3. Is there an introductory paragraph? Are the titles of the books in italics or underlined? Does the paper suggest how the â€œformâ€ of this novel is appropriate for the novelâ€™s â€œmessageâ€?
4. What is the novelâ€™s â€œmessageâ€ or â€œintentionâ€? Does it differ from the other novels we have been reading? Is it ok to treat serious things in a way that is also comic?
5. How is the body of the essay organized? Does that structure make sense? How does that structure reflect the argument that the writer is making? I have attached the essay for which you are to review and answer these peer review questions below.
6. Assuming that the essay is more than one paragraph (and most certainly it should be) how to the paragraphs reflect the argument that the writer is making?
7. Do you disagree with any of the writerâ€™s observations or conclusions? If so why?
8. Is the paper long enough to convince you that its argument and supporting evidence is fair and accurate? Length is a reflection of level of detail. Does the essay adequately cover the assignment?
9. Is there anything that needs to be developed more? Anything that needs to be tightened or shortened?
10. Is there a concluding paragraph? Does it â€œsumâ€ up without repeating exactly what was included in the introduction?
1. Do you see any misspellings? Circle them.
2. Any mistakes in possessives? [thatâ€™s the â€˜s or sâ€™]. Circle them.
3. Any agreement errorsâ€“subject and verb [the novel are] pronoun [the heroine . . . they]? Circle.
4. Any problems of word choice [cliches colloquialisms diction]? Circle.
5. See any sentence fragments? Helping Make two (2) specific recommendations to the writer. A. B.
Requirements: Answer all of the questions
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