Informative Essay Peer Review Aiyanna Tibbetts


  1. state your topic here: The Beatles
  2. Bold your thesis statement.
  3. Underline the passages you feel confident about.
  4. Change the color of sections of the text you find troublesome. Ask for specific advice here:


  • What advice do you have for the writer concerning the passages she or he find troublesome?

I think that the first sentence you changed the color of was the only one that needed a little bit of a change. Rather than saying "And I guess I was always curious…" you should have stated it more like "I've always been curious how…" ~Maddie

  • What are the most memorable pieces of writing?

I honestly did not know The Beatles are British, so that was an interesting fact for me. ~Maddie

  • Is the introduction effective? How could it be more engaging?

You have a good introduction in my opinion. It's fairly brief but it has all the necessary information included. ~Maddie

  • What questions are you left with after reading this essay?
  • What does the writer still need to work on?
  • What is the essay's greatest strength?
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