eer Review: Draft of Persuasive Memo

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Peer Reviews are a two part assignment. You must post your paper AND go back and provide feedback. Please see the instructions below. 

1. Read the Assignment Sheet - 

2. Review the 

3. Review how to 

· Research must include an attributive tag AND an end citation. For example, an attributive tag should be included when you present research as this gives the research credibility; for example, In the article, “Knowing your Evidence,” John Smith, an expert in forensic analysis, explains that……. (31). This shows the reader where the research came from, and that the person being referenced is credible because we know his credentials. There must also be an end citation in addition to the attributive tag – it’s not enough to just have an attributive tag.

· Having both an attributive tag (name of article, author, and author's credentials) and end an end citation (“31” in this example), tells the reader when the research starts and when it ends. This is not an option in this course. If you have a direct quote, you must include the page or paragraph number.

4. Draft your memo including design, format, and research.

5. Review a 

6. Read the   and 

7. Post draft by Wednesday

8. Respond by Friday to TWO other student. In addition to providing general feedback, use the questions below to conduct your peer reviews. Respond to students that have not received feedback first.

Peer Review Questions:

The memo should be addressed to a specific audience, an audience with the power to make the change. In addition, memo should be divided into a minimum of five (5) paragraphs.  

Paragraph one (1) should prepare the audience by providing background information on the topic and or situation and the purpose of the memo.1.    What background information does the writer use to connect with the audience and prepare them to read? 2.    Is the purpose statement clear and specific? The audience should know from the start why the memo is being written.  Paragraph two (2) should include the current the situation. Don’t assume the audience knows and or sees what you see as a problem or challenge. 3.    How does the memo address the current situation and or problem? What type of evidence does the writer include to show the current situation?  Paragraph three (3) should detail what is being proposed. 4.    What is being proposed, and what is the plan to execute it? This section should be specific. Help the audience visualize what you are proposing. 5.    Is proposal realistic and supported by evidence?6.    What research is being used to support what is being recommended/proposed? 7.    Is the research presented correctly and in a meaningful way, with an attributive tag (lead in) and a parenthetical reference to close the research reference?  Paragraph four (4) should explain the benefits and address any questions the audience may have. 8.    What are the benefits of this proposal? 9.    As a reader, do you see any counterarguments? If so, are they addressed in the memo? 10.    Is it clear that the benefits of this proposal out way the negative aspects if there are any?11.    Are there any limitations (organizational, legal, ethical, financial, etc.) to this proposal? If so, are they included?  Paragraph five (5) should conclude the memo and include a call to action. 12.    Is there a conclusion which recaps (briefly summarizes) the memo?13.    Does the conclusion include a call to action and what should happen next? If not, provide suggestions. Other things to consider.14.    Is the memo formatted correctly?15.    Is the memo divided into a minimum of five (5) paragraph? The memo may have more than five as each section of the memo could potentially have multiple paragraphs is needed. 16.    Are there headings/subheadings within the memo to help the reader follow along?17.    Is memo written clearly and easy to follow along. You don’t need to address grammar unless there are sections of the memo that are hard to follow because of sentence structure and grammatical errors. 

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