This versatile peer review sheet allows students to trade papers after writing any AP-format rhetorical analysis essay and conduct a peer review targeting effective openings and closings, specific support, and meaningful organization. It also features a section asking three questions relevant to an
This peer review sheet guides students toward the most important considerations in crafting an AP Argumentative essay. Also includes three questions important for every AP essay. Fully editable. (Thumbnails do not reflect actual product margins and pagination.)
This student rubric allows classmates to exchange feedback on synthesis essays for AP Language and Composition. Divided into the categories of "Thesis," "Invention," "Arrangement," and "Style," the rubric has students rate each aspect of the essay on the same scale (1-9) as the essay itself is grad
Lesson bundle: Thesis statement workshop to help students formulate strong claims & peer review workshop for completed essay drafts.
Thesis statement workshop: Students learn about the qualities of good thesis statements, practice critiquing thesis statements, write their own, then engage in a
This writing unit is focused on an expository essay prompt that involves students choosing a current fad/trend and explaining its impact and popularity (see the preview file for the writing prompt). This document first includes a two-page topic proposal and prewriting worksheet. This worksheet allow
Peer editing provides students with a way to learn from other students' skills. However, it can prove challenging for students to do and teachers to implement successfully. Students often only find the punctuation and spelling errors, missing issues in format, evidence, support, and analysis. This
This peer review worksheet combines analysis, critique, and praise to encourage writers to see what they are doing right and to correct parts of their essay that may not be clear. This essay focuses specifically on transitions and the main ideas of body paragraphs, and gives the opportunity for read
This is a brief (two-sided) peer review sheet for use with personal narratives and college admissions essays. Provides instructions to readers and writers, and a series of eleven core questions intended to guide readers toward providing helpful, targeted feedback to writers. Some questions have mu
This document is meant as a peer review rubric for a narrative essay. Students work in pairs or small groups to review each other's narrative essays. Can also be used as a teacher or self-review.
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This clear checklist helps students to review their own work and helps others to peer review student work. This set includes 2 sets of worksheets differentiated for different learners, but useful for all students in middle to high school.
Clear language and instructions offer students a simple way
This is a very helpful activity for students learning how to write a synthesis essay. This is specifically tailored for students taking AP English Language & Composition, but it can be easily modified for just about any course. It includes instructions on how to do the peer review, a rubric fo
A peer review worksheet for argument essays that you can immediately print or upload onto Google Drive and share with students. The worksheet consists of a series of Yes/No questions and brief writing prompts on the elements of an argument essay. I've also included an argument paragraph organizer th
Tired of making a new peer review worksheet for every essay? Try this 100% editable peer review google form with ANY five-paragraph essay. This form is broken into sections (Overall Essay, Introduction, Body Paragraphs, Conclusion, The Big Picture) to help students chunk tasks. Only one section at a
This product features a peer review sheet for an argumentative essay and includes an MLA checklist. Depending on the writing assignment requirements, the teacher can use both the peer review and MLA checklist, or only one. For example, if you assign a regular argumentative essay that doesn't require
This resource is adapted from my printable informative peer review checklist. The form will guide students through the peer review process, asking them very specific questions tied to the writing mode. Great for virtual or hybrid learning!
This product is a guided peer review to be used either in-person or for distance learning. Students are guided in assessing a peer's writing based on the following standards:OrganizationFocusSupport and ElaborationStyleConventional errorsMLA-formattingFormatting the essayChecking parenthetical cita
This chart is designed to be used by students giving each other feedback on argument essays, specifically for AP Language and Composition; although it can be used on any argument essay. It has space for students to summarize their peers' thesis statements, major contentions, and evidence so that the
This resource contains handouts with questions for your students to answer as they "speed date" to revise argumentative essays.Each time the “speed date” is over, students will rotate to the next partner to give feedback on the next paragraph. They will have 6 partners in all so that each of their 6
Do you struggle to get your students engaged in peer review? Is it impossible to get meaningful feedback from students who could care less about editing? Not anymore! Grab these peer review learning stations to engage your students in the drafting process and help them do interactive peer review! st
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1. A fact sheet that outlines the essential components of an Argument Essay. Students are typically directed to annotate and highlight as we review these fundamentals together as a class. For NY State residents, there is a final question where they are asked to distinguish the Ar
This peer review checklist features student action in reading another's paper. Asking students to look for specific features engages their skills and encourages them to then look for these features in their own paper.
This file can easily be edited by you to fit your peer review needs. I have found that peer review can be very helpful, but students often do not know what to do. These clear, specific directions provide you with a base for developing your own peer review worksheet- or you can use it as is!
Do you find students not "getting" as much out of peer review as you hoped? Spice up your peer review with this round robin approach!In this activity, students will rotate to peer review with 4-5 different partners, meaning they will both hear a variety of perspectives and suggestions for improvemen