Organized Learning

Peer Review Sheets

One of the steps in the Writing Process is to have students review each other's work. In order to make this process quicker and more efficient, have Peer Review Sheets readily available. Have the procedure that you want them to follow listed. For example, they should write their name, the author's name, a brief summary of the work, questions they have about it, the good and the bad, and grammar/spelling check.

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