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The Psychology of Language

by: Cleta Bechtelar II

The Psychology of Language PSYC 3500

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cleta Bechtelar II on Thursday September 17, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 3500 at University of Connecticut taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see /class/205882/psyc-3500-university-of-connecticut in Psychlogy at University of Connecticut.

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Date Created: 09/17/15
Title of Term Paper Authors of Draft Peer Checklist for Draft of Term Papers NFSC 112 Food Science and Technology Name of Reviewer Directions By answering the following questions thoughtfully and clearly be as helpful as possible to the author of this draft Use complete sentences and specific examples to ensure clarity in your advice You will be evaluated on the thoughtfulness and helpfulness of your responses 1 N L 4 Overall situation How near to completion is this draft What steps should the author take to complete this term paper Be both speci c and helpful in listing the three most important steps below a b c Organization Is this draft organized in a standard pattern an introductory section the body of the paper presenting the information in a reasonable sequence and a summary and analysis of the situation If there is an alternative organization say what it is and whether it is effective Introductory section The first few paragraphs should prepare the reader another student in the course for the research that has been done on the topic a Does the introduction explain the topic and why it is important Brie y state why you think it is important b After reading the paper say whether you think the introduction introduces what you ve read Does it How Body of the paper The major portion of the paper should present the collected information in an orderly and clear fashion a In the space below outline in some detail the major points established in the body of the paper and the evidence used to support the points b Compared with that of the Journal of Food Science is the style of the writing appropriate to the intended audience c Has the author thoroughly paraphrased the information from the references so that the writing style is consistent Remember that inadequate paraphrasing is a common student problem and may even approach plagiarism d Has the writer organized the information in the most effective way V39 O gt1 i If not suggest improvement ii How would you characterize the organization Is it a list of equal points an arrangement of topics and subtopics a chronological sequence an argument with two or more opposing viewpoints or what else e How has the writer handled citations Are they in an acceptable style used consistently Is the number or citations adequate to the information taken from sources How has the information from sources been organized 1 One source per paragraph given an example ii39 2 Multiple sources for each paragraph given an example f Are the tables and gures used inthe paper i Clear and easy to understand ii Referred to in the text iii Labeled with a title or legend iv Cited at the end of the title or legend Conclusion A conclusion can take several forms a restatement of the overall argument of the paper a summary of the key points a combination of several points to make a final point an analysis of the data and so on a What form has the writer used to conclude the paper b Does the conclusion seem to be supported by the evidence How or how not Features ofthe writing a Are there any problems in the grammar spelling punctuation paragraph structure sentence structure transition Which ones in particular Do these problems interfere with the meaning the writer is trying to express b Has the writer acknowledged the help of others General evaluation In the space remaining give your general impression of the paper Did you like it and why What did you learn from it What else do you wish you had learned from it Give any other ideas that you think might help


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