If you are reading a classmate’s draft but won’t be immediately posting peer review comments, then reply with a note saying you are working on their peer review.

Read First: Review Tips for Peer Review if needed. Read the Synthesis Peer Review Guide Download Synthesis Peer Review Guide . Read two classmates’ drafts that have been posted before yours. The goal is for each student to have two peer reviews. That means, if someone already has two replies, then you should peer review a different person. If you are reading a classmate’s draft but won’t be immediately posting peer review comments, then reply with a note saying you are working on their peer review. This tells other people if there are already others working on a draft so that we can make sure everyone gets their two peer reviews. Feel free to ask follow-up questions of your reviewers if needed—in fact, you should, as that will be most helpful to you! Post: Provide feedback for each of them using the Synthesis Peer Review Guide Download Synthesis Peer Review Guide . Look back at your classmate’s draft as you are answering questions and giving feedback. When you’re ready, reply to them with your comments. You can either paste them directly into the textbox or upload a document with your comments. You are welcome to use Word commenting feature or print a hard-copy of their essay and write comments on it, then upload the image.[order_button_a]