Feel free to use or adapt these instructional resources for your classes.
Setting up Peer Review
Peer Review is a great way to build revision and reflection into a major writing assignment. This Peer Review lesson encourages students to be active readers and allocates around 1 hour for reflection, reading/analyzing, discussion, and drafting an action plan. This lesson assumes that the writing assignment is around 5-6 pages long. Instructors may wish to allocate more time if they are making accommodations for diverse learners or if the assignment is longer.Peer-Review-Northeastern-Writing-Center
“From Description to Analysis”
When working with scholarly sources, some writers may inadvertently fall back on summarizing and describing when the instructor really expects a more substantial critique. This PowerPoint encourages writers to dig into analysis. It frames academic writing as a scholarly conversation and breaks down analytical writing into a few common “moves.”From-Description-to-Analysis-NEU-Writing-Center
- Download the .PPTX file: From Description to Analysis (PowerPoint)
Request a Resource
Are you a faculty member looking for assistance with a particular writing issue in your class? Contact the Administrative Team of the Writing Center and we can connect you with resources.