What Every Student Should Know about Practicing Peer Review

What Every Student Should Know about Practicing Peer Review

by Michelle Trim

Paperback(New Edition)

$15.40

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780321448484
Publisher: Pearson
Publication date: 06/27/2006
Series: What Every Student Should Know About... (WESSKA Series) Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 49
Product dimensions: 5.70(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.30(d)

Table of Contents

I. Peer Review -- brief introduction to this edition

1. Traditional

a. Definition and overview of types

i. Early draft

1. Common practices

2. Purposes

3. Advantages/ disadvantages

ii. Developed draft

1. Common practices

2. Purposes

3. Advantages/ disadvantages

b. Group dynamics

i. How to select peer reviewers

ii. Things to remember about responding to others’ writing

iii. Negotiating and commenting on difficult content

2. Electronic

a. Definition and overview of types

i. Word Processors (tracked changes)

1. Common practices

2. Purposes

3. Advantages/ disadvantages

ii. Distribution (message boards, list serves, courseware)

1. Common practices

2. Purposes

3. Advantages/ disadvantages

iii. Specific web hosted software (exchange)

1. Common practices

2. Purposes

3. Advantages/ disadvantages

b. Group Dynamics

i. How to select peer reviewers

ii. Things to remember about responding to others’ writing using technology

iii. Negotiating and commenting on difficult content

3. Additional resources

a. Sample early draft with comments

b. Sample developed draft with comments

c. A Revised draft

d. Additional reading (perhaps a list of page numbers corresponding to peer review sections from Pearson’s handbooks)

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