PHL/320 Week 2 Peer Review Paper

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Week 2 Paper Peer Review

Pair up with a member of your Learning Team for the Peer Review activity this week.

Exchange your Globalization Argumentative paper with your assigned peer by day 2.

Read your assigned peer's Globalization Argumentative paper.

Read Critical Thinking, the Long Version in Ch. 1 of Critical Thinking.

Use the list as a guideline to complete your review of your peer's paper, and provide feedback.

Post your feedback to the activity thread. For the sake of privacy, include the title of the paper and not the student's name in your response.



Here is the questions that needs to be answered

How well does the student

  • determine what information is or is not pertinent;
  • distinguish between rational claims and emotional ones;
  • separate fact from opinion;
  • recognize the ways in which evidence might be limited or compromised;
  • spot deception and holes in the arguments of others;
  • present his/her own analysis of the data or information;
  • recognize logical flaws in arguments;
  • draw connections between discrete sources of data and information;
  • attend to contradictory, inadequate, or ambiguous information;
  • construct cogent arguments rooted in data rather than opinion;
  • select the strongest set of supporting data;
  • avoid overstated conclusions;
  • identify holes in the evidence and suggest additional information to collect;
  • recognize that a problem may have no clear answer or single solution;
  • propose other options and weigh them in the decision;
  • consider all stakeholders or affected parties in suggesting a course of action;
  • articulate the argument and the context for that argument;
  • correctly and precisely use evidence to defend the argument;
  • logically and cohesively organize the argument;
  • avoid extraneous elements in an argument's development;
  • present evidence in an order that contributes to a persuasive argument?

The information did not contain any emotional claims or opinions. The information was well organized and the student met all the requirements for her own analysis. There were no flaws in the argument and facts were presented. The student provided strong evidence for the argument. References were also provided. Overall this was a well organized paper with the proper information and evidence while meeting all the requirements set by the instructor.

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