Solution Proposal Peer Review Ariel Tix

Writers: Do you have any questions for your reviewers? If so, post them here:


First: Please answer the writer's questions.^^

Then: Consider outside sources. Do they help support the writer's claims? Do the sources of support take over any portions of the writing and overwhelm the writer's voice?

  • Alex: I like your sources, they go with your topic. No.
  • Paris: Your sources seem legitimate and valid

Did the proposal anticipate and respond to all valid arguments (opposing viewpoints)? What additional counterarguments and/or concessions would be helpful?

  • Alex: From what I saw you don't really cover other arguments
  • Paris: It seems like you have a little bit more work to do, no other arguments that I saw yet

Is the organization of the writing easy to follow?

  • Alex: Yes
  • Paris: yes, easy to follow

What questions are raised in your mind after reading this proposal? Is anything missing?

  • Alex: I don't think anything is missing, it is a strong start
  • Paris: I agree with Alex, your beginning is strong. I don't think anything is missing

What were the most memorable pieces of text?

  • Alex: You started out strong which is good
  • Paris: I like the very last line, "people are more likely to view those accused as guilty rather than innocent until proven otherwise." It really got me thinking about what that means and how I view things

What is the writing's greatest weakness?

  • Alex: The length so far, but it is only a draft
  • Paris: Not 2000 words yet but just a draft.

What is the essay's greatest strength?

  • Alex: Again, you started off strong
  • Paris: Good start
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