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Peer Response Questions
Starting May 1st (2008):
1. Think of plot—is it original? (If an adaptation, is it creative or interesting to you?)
2. Think about problems that the characters face. Are there complications that add enough suspense, tension, or interest? Is there a climax that satisfies you? Is the resolution satisfying? What could be added or changed?
3. Think of characterization—are the characters life-like? Are characters likable and enjoyable? Do we get a good sense of character from many of these: description, dialogue, narrator's opinion, discussion from other characters, the character’s own actions?
4. Think of imagery and details. Do they help you
5. What areas of the story need the most improvement?
Starting May 15th (2008):
1. Punctuation, grammar, word choice.
Starting May 29th (2008):
1. On the level of story-telling: if you were the King (or the aliens), would you allow this story-teller to live another day? If no,why not?
2. Be specific, try not to merely write, " this was good", instead explain what was good about it and why.
3. Nominate "Hall of Fame" stories.
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