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Peer Review Questions

Page history last edited by Jayson Yeagley 10 years ago

 

 

Question from In Class Writing on Sept. 29th:

 

Q: In the passage below from Staying Put: Making a Home in a Restless World, Scott Russell Sanders responds to an essay by Salman Rushdie, a writer who left his native India for England.  Rushdie describes the "effect of mass migrations" as being "the creation of radically new types of human being: People who root themselves in ideas rather than places."  Read the Sanders passage carefully.  Then write an essay in which you analyze the strategies Sanders used to develop his perspective about moving.

 

 

1. Read the student essay

2. Make general comments about the essay

3. Give the essay an Rubric (grade) and explain why you gave it this.

4 Answer the few general questions below

 

A. How was diction

B. Did the student go off an a tangent

C. Was the paper too short or too long

D. Biggest (negative) Issue with the paper

 

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