WR122 Win19 Pseudoscience Teaching Issue In School

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The detailed writing instruction is post in the attached file. My peer's essay is attached in file as well. Please check both. need to have at least 5 citations. Total word count 400. Need to meet all the requirements and finish all the requirements.

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Essay 1.1 Reviewer: Author: Peer Review Assignment (Essay 1) Reviewers will print their completed assignment and bring it with them to their scheduled conference. Authors will refer to this information as they revise for 1.2. ❖ This assignment will be composed in this Word document. Instructions: 1) Read your peer’s Essay 1.1 without marking anything. 2) Read your peer’s essay again, this time making notes in the margins and between the lines, addressing what you think most needs attention, including the essay’s strengths, questions you have, etc., as you read the draft. These notations will help you transition from the process of actively reading your peer’s paper to composing the Peer Review, and help you be specific in your feedback. 3) Once you’ve read the essay and made notations, respond to the following prompts in complete sentences; each prompt deserves at least 5 detailed, thoughtful responses of your feedback. Feel free to quote from your peer’s essay and give specific examples (cite page number) of what is working and what needs work in their essay (quotes don’t count as feedback). The quality, tone, detail, and thoughtfulness of your investment in your peer’s ideas and writing is essential to completing this activity. a. Write out what you understand to be the author’s Q@I. Does the author’s essay respond to a clear, relevant Q@I for our Discourse Community? Does the essay make it clear why this question is important and needs answering? Is the Q@I a stasis question (debatable and has common ground)? b. Consider and discuss the author’s enthymeme. Now that you have read the entire essay, is the enthymeme making a logical argument? Does the enthymeme’s reasoning earn your agreement with the assertion? In other words, could you agree with the enthymeme’s assertion based on how well the author proved the reason? Why/ why not? c. Consider and discuss the key terms the author identifies in their argument. How do they define and discuss the key terms to help the reader understand their argument? Could some definitions be readdressed or expanded for clarity? Did you expect definitions and engagement with different words in the enthymeme, or do these words seem the most important? Why? d. What’s one question your peer needs to answer in the next draft of the essay? Explain why you think this question is important. e. Consider and discuss the evidence from shared readings the author uses. What role does each of the sources serve for their essay? How well do they explain and analyze the quotations? What points of evidence work best to support their argument? What additional evidence (news source, additional course text) do you suggest to help prove their argument? f. Consider and discuss how the author identifies and engages with differing points of view. How do they present a counterargument? How well do they explain and analyze the opposing viewpoint with examples or evidence? How well are they engaging in a discussion with other viewpoints to build and prove their argument? g. Offer a clear, detailed summary of what you feel are the essay’s strengths and what the author should work on for revision, focusing specifically on at least 2 important aspects they identified individually and at least 1 important aspect you identified as important to your group. 扫描全能王 创建 扫描全能王 创建 扫描全能王 创建 扫描全能王 创建 扫描全能王 创建 ...
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Essay 1.1
Reviewer:
Author:
Peer Review Assignment (Essay 1)
Right from the beginning, the author identifies the topic under argument. The author
identified that the question under discussion is on whether pseudoscience is a too political issue
to be incorporated into the school curriculum. The author’s essay responds to a relevant issue to
our discourse community. Pseudoscience is a controversial issue in today’s community,
attracting divided opinions on whether arguments that do not meet the scientific threshold should
be treated as truth. In the context of the school curriculum, the pseudoscience inclusion in the
curriculum requires attention and is thus debatable.
The author’...

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