Peer Review

Weeks 2-12

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For this ongoing assignment, you will be expected to critically review each of your cohort’s blog posts for content and mechanics. This is an important step in the final publication of assignments to the ONID portfolio. Reviews should be thoughtful, respectful, and constructive and not simply general comments about the the post. Follow these guidelines:

Clarity of message
Cite at least one passage from each post that is the best example of clarity and/or insight, both in terms of relevance of content and strength of writing. Cite an example that supports your comments.

Improvement of message
Cite at least one passage from each post that needs improvement. In each case explain what needs clarification, is misleading, needs additional development, is factually unsupported, etc.

Writing Standards
Comment on any examples of typos or misspellings, grammar or usage, or lack of adherence to APA styles for references and citations.

As the blog author, you are free to make the suggested changes, discuss the changes with the critic, or ignore their suggestions. However, these comments will be taken into account by the instructor in his evaluation.

Scoring Guide

 0 Points
 Not Acceptable  Acceptable
 Target
Writing Standards Assignment is not completed Spelling, style, or usage errors are present; APA styles for references and citations are not followed No spelling or usage errors are present; APA styles for references and citations are followed
Elements   Clarity, improvement and writing standards are not addressed for each message; comments are critical but not helpful or suggestive of improvements or clarifications All elements (clarity, improvement, and standards) are basically addressed for each assignment; comments show adequate reflection on author’s intent and expression All elements (clarity, improvement, and standards) are clearly addressed for each assignment; comments show thoughtful reflection on author’s intent and expression; comments and observations reflect integration with readings and other blog and portfolio posts