Peer Evaluation Form

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Peer Evaluation Form
Name of Evaluator ___________________________________
Name of Author______________________________________
Title of paper _______________________________________
Date: __/__/__
Period: _________
Instructions: Read the composition through completely and answer the questions using the Six
Traits. Remember that suggestions are helpful, so be as specific as possible and give the
author lots of valuable advice. Make notes here, but you should also mark problems in the
essay itself.
NOTE: Throughout the paper be sure to mark any misused usage words, misspelling, and punctuation that
you notice. Be sure to mark clearly and darkly so the author can see your comments.
1.
The Introduction:
Does the essay begin with an interesting beginning (hook) which does NOT include the
thesis? Write how the essay begins (the hook).
At the end of the introduction, is there a clear thesis statement? Write down what
the thesis is.
2.
The Body Paragraphs:
1
Body Paragraph:
st
What aspect of the thesis is covered in this paragraph?
Is the entire 1
body paragraph related to the topic mentioned above? List an
st
example the author uses to support his/her point in this paragraph.
Peer Evaluation Form
Name of Evaluator ___________________________________
Name of Author______________________________________
Title of paper _______________________________________
Date: __/__/__
Period: _________
Instructions: Read the composition through completely and answer the questions using the Six
Traits. Remember that suggestions are helpful, so be as specific as possible and give the
author lots of valuable advice. Make notes here, but you should also mark problems in the
essay itself.
NOTE: Throughout the paper be sure to mark any misused usage words, misspelling, and punctuation that
you notice. Be sure to mark clearly and darkly so the author can see your comments.
1.
The Introduction:
Does the essay begin with an interesting beginning (hook) which does NOT include the
thesis? Write how the essay begins (the hook).
At the end of the introduction, is there a clear thesis statement? Write down what
the thesis is.
2.
The Body Paragraphs:
1
Body Paragraph:
st
What aspect of the thesis is covered in this paragraph?
Is the entire 1
body paragraph related to the topic mentioned above? List an
st
example the author uses to support his/her point in this paragraph.
2
Body Paragraph
nd
What aspect of the thesis is covered in this paragraph?
Is the entire 2
body paragraph related to the topic mentioned above? List an
nd
example the author uses to support his/her point in this paragraph.
3
Body Paragraph
rd
What aspect of the tragedy is covered in this paragraph?
Is the entire 3
paragraph related to the topic mentioned above? List an example
rd
the author uses to support his/her point in this paragraph.
3.
The conclusion:
Write down how the thesis is restated.
Write down the three ways in which the author sums up the body
paragraphs. If the body paragraphs are not summed up, be sure to write down here
what needs to be covered or summed up.
Write down what the concluding statement is. If there is no clear concluding
statement, write down what they have and what he/she might do to get this done.
4.
How would you rate this paper on a scale of 1-10? 10 = Awesome, 1 = Horrible

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