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No One Writes Alone: Peer Review in the Classroom, A Guide For Students

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This film teaches me how important peer review is.
We can get points of view from peer from different aspects and backgrounds.

Posted 2 years by benlin@mit.edu

I strongly believe that this is the best way to improve our writing skills. It is going to develop constructive and useful discussions in the group.

Posted 2 years by jimmy06@mit.edu

Peer review lets students not only correct their grammar errors and structural problems but also know other students’ opinions. By looking at these different opinions, which are sometimes based on totally different perspectives, students are able to regard about their essays once again.

Posted 2 years by jiyeon33@mit.edu

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