Peer Group Review Worksheets

Prof. Zuoyue Wang

Note: A good history paper should have a clear thesis statement, supported by a rich narrative built on a variety of sources, flow well from sentence to sentence and paragraph to paragraph, be free of grammatical errors, and follow consistently the Turabian style for footnotes and bibliography.†† The purpose of this exercise is to offer critical but constructive feedback to your classmates so they can improve their papers.

 

Paper Title:††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††††† By:

Student Peer Reviewer No. 1 ††††††††††††††††††††††† Name:†††††††††††††

Whatís the Paperís Main Argument?

 

 

What Are the Major Primary and Secondary Sources Used in the Paper?

 

 

What Do You Like about the Paper?

 

 

What Are Your Suggestions on Improving It?

 

 

 

Student Peer Reviewer No. 2†††††††††††† Name:

Whatís the Paperís Main Argument?

 

 

What Are the Major Primary and Secondary Sources Used in the Paper?

 

 

What Do You Like about the Paper?

 

 

What Are Your Suggestions on Improving It?

 

 

 

Response from Author:††††††††††

How Have You Responded to Your Classmatesí Comments and Suggestions in Revising Your Paper?

 

 

Have You Found the Peer Review Process Helpful?