1. Turn in your Project 4 rough drafts for Peer Feedback by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, August 10 (no grace period). Follow these instructions to post your draft:
- Go to Discussions in Canvas.
- Choose the "Peer Review for Project 4" discussion.
- Post a reply to the Discussion (Canvas Documentation) that includes the following information in the body of the message:
- Tell your readers what genre you are analyzing and why you chose it in one sentence.
- Ask your readers to look at anything you are trying to improve. Let them know the kind of advice you need.
- If relevant, explain anything else you want your readers to know.
- Provide your rough drafts, using one or both of these options:
- Attach any documents to the Discussion message. Be sure your file is a *.doc, *.docx, or *.pdf file.
- Provide a link to your draft in the Discussion message (e.g., for a Google Doc).
2. Respond to the two drafts you have been assigned for Peer Feedback by 11:59 PM on Thursday, August 11 (no grace period). Follow these instructions to provide feedback:
- Follow the Canvas Documentation to find the drafts you have been assigned. Note that you must have turned in your draft on time to be assigned peer review partners.
- Write a response to each of the two drafts (Canvas Documentation) that includes the following information:
- Consider your immediate impression of the document(s), and add a comment to tell your partner your first thoughts.
- If you notice any spelling errors, punctuation errors, or typos, you can mention them in your comments, but focus more on the content than editing and proofreading.
- Compare the draft to the rubric included at the bottom of the assignment page, and explain how the project matches the criteria (or doesn’t).
- Add comments on the content of the draft:
- Comment on at least three things your classmate does well.
- Comment on at least three things that your classmate could improve.