Due Today: Rough Draft for Peer Review
What problems or questions do you have still about your report?
What are the ways you can use sources in your report?
- Provide information
- Research data
Paraphrase v Summary v Quoting
Students are normally accused of plagiarism when the are trying to paraphrase. It is usually by mistake. In order to avoid plagiarism, here are some tips:
- Take notes
- Annotate Sources
- Make sure you cite
- Save multiple drafts
How would you like someone to work with you on your paper?
Peer edit the same way you revise your own work. Work on the global, higher order concerns, first.
Be specific in identifying problems or opportunities. Point to places in the text where you notice something. Don’t say organization is confusing, show them where it is confusing.
Use clear sentences and thoughts when commenting. Don’t just say awkward, explain what it is you find awkward.
Offer suggestions for improvement. Don’t just criticize, offer suggestions for revision.
Praise what is good in the paper. What is working well? What did you like?
Keep comments tactful. Treat another’s work the way you would like yours to be treated.
We spent time and effort trying to help each other with the report. Now use the feedback to improve your report! Make the changes to your report and move to draft 2. Save it as a new file, so that you can see the process you go through in writing.
Lev Grossman begins his report, “From Scroll to Screen” with a terrific image. Images help you to present information. They can be used effectively to back up what you are saying. What visual can you use to lend your report some credibility. What image must you include? What image can you find or create to make your report clearer?
A great way to do this is to take a section or paragraph from your report and re-imagine it as a visual. What would that be? What would that look like?
Canva.com is a great program that lets you easily create and modify images.
Piktochart is easy to use.
You can also use the Instagram and Snap Chat to create visuals.
What changes are you going to make to your draft and why?
- Revise Essay
- Review Chp. 19, Brainstorming
- Read Chp. 20., Smart Reading
- Read Silberman “Neurodiversity Rewires Conventional Thinking About Brains” (p. 659) Journal