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RWS 200 Peer Review Unit _1

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Sean Coolican

RWS 796

Professor Werry

February 9, 2016


Peer Review/Paper Turn-In for Unit 1

MW 5:00-6:15


Monday 2/8: Bring in Rough Drafts for Paper #1:


Lesson Plan:


  1. Freewrite (10 minutes) Write 2 columns about the Strengths of Your Paper and Areas of Concern. Collect and while students are peer reviewing, I read the freewrites and write on the board what I see the most from the freewrites. This will be reviewed at the end of class.

  2. Hand out Rubrics (double sided) and have students get together and swap rough drafts with one other student (someone they haven’t met with this semester.) Students will then:

-Read the paper once, not writing on it

-Read the paper a second time, filling in the checklist on the Rubric (check if accomplished, leave blank if not, also write a few comments under “Additional Comments”. (20-25 minutes)


  1. Repeat process with another student, using the other side of the rubric. (20-25 minutes)


  1. At end of class, go over Area of Concern from Freewrite. Most feedback was about how to analyze, what’s the audience, and how to evaluate/critique the argument. We also went over again what would be an ideal checklist (drafting.)



Wednesday, 2/10: Bring in Final Drafts for Paper #1/Start Unit 2



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