Read the entire paper carefully once first. Then go back to the beginning of the paper and answer the questions in the Peer Review Worksheet.
Make sure to write your answers to the questions in full sentences.
Give specific examples to prove your points. Don’t say: “Not enough evidence.” Instead, for example, write: “On p. 3 you mention that there is harmony in
Raphael’s School of Athens, but you do not explain why. Are you referring to compositional harmony, harmony of color, of the architectural background? Or all three? How is this harmony expressed?”
Note any repeated problems with grammar or punctuation, but this is the least important part of the review. I will edit your papers carefully.
Identify any patterns of problems with citation. When a quotation is included, is there a page number with the author’s name in parentheses following the quotation, as in MLA format, for example: (Cropper 223)? Or if you Chicago citation style is being used, is there a footnote that includes the facts of publication and the page number?