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Peer Review Worksheet grading criteria: Assignments will be graded according to these criteria: Professional presentation in terms of grammar, spelling, and punctuation Attention to genre conventions and assignment parameters Effective use of sources Presence of thoughtful and developed arguments Overall clarity and presentation, including document design, visual elements, use of headings.
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Pretty confident this will be bumped up in further drafts in areas that are lacking, but budgeting, schedule and whatnot are on target It will get there, right now it is a little too much like asking for a bank loan rather than ‘LOOK, at this great Idea I have.’ Sell it = layout, color, sample, etc. but it is a draft, mine doesn’t have all that yet either. Pretty sure it will get there.
You have a good idea, but need to really hone in on a smooth narrative, selling a cohesive idea. It’s in there, but you have to further it and refine it a lot. Again, it’s a draft, so it is expected that you have it, but make sure in the end it is there: color, graphics, layout It is in there, but it needs to be reworked a few times, definitely could make this a really solid sale though!
You’ll write a 1-page letter to your partner and attach it to this worksheet, in which you’ll provide detailed feedback on their paper. Use examples (quotations) from their work and suggest changes. The idea is to avoid vague, general reactions to
engl 326 writing, and instead provide details and rationales. You’ll be graded on your ability to be specific, detailed, and thoughtful. ONE PAGE PARTNER FEEDBACK FROM: vchefti TO: Ariel Waloch
I’m going to do this as a list versus a essay, because I believe it will be easier for the audience to follow the feedback and edit. 1. Graphics: a. Maps, site info, even placeholders for now would do to at least say, “it is going to be in there.” b. Layout, need a flowing graphic layout. Even if you don’t get crazy with it, it should have consistent well defined headers. It should be very easy to scroll through and find the page you want. c. Sell what you are selling, pictures of examples, fabrics, women, eco, anything relatable that sells the project. 2. SOP a. I think I currently have mine in bullet points right now too, but know that it should be a narrative. b. Need to pose the arguments for why this is necessary, in society?, in this location?, this neighborhood?, this culture?. Here is the site, here is the problem with it, here is my solution to fix it, here are all the reasons why it is beneficial… c. My narrative doesn’t really exist right now outside of outline, so I understand, but that is where is should go. d. Need to solidify the argument why women’s, why boutique, why eco? 3. Translation a. I’m sure I have many of these errors too, but make sure to reread and try and put everything is context for translation. I have found it is not so much the big words, it is rather sayin “it is not so much the big words,” and they have no idea what ‘it’ is referring to. b. Try to make rewrite sentences for simplicity. I love rich dynamic complex sentences, however for this project straightforward is best. c. Awesome Project Idea!