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Peer Review Checklist*
What is the main point of this paper?
The main point of this paper is about suicidal teens and recognizing the signs.
What is the greatest strength of this paper?
The greatest strength of this paper is the facts on the subject matters. You can tell that research was done to supply truthful and competent facts. The personal story added to the strength.
What material does not seem to fit the main point of the paper or does not seem to be appropriate for the audience?
All of the materials in this paper fit the main point of suicidal teens and was also appropriate for the audience.
Has the author sufficiently addressed counterarguments? Explain your answer.
There were no counterarguments. This is more of an instructional paper. It gives sufficient information on the how, what, and when of recognizing suicidal teens.
Where should the author add more details or examples? Explain your answer.
The author should have added more detail with regard to the introduction and conclusion. The introduction did not detail what would be in the body of the paper; and the conclusion only repeated one sentence from the introduction, which may have been part of the thesis statement; but still not enough detail of what was presented.
Where is the writing unclear or vague?
The writing is unclear with regard to the citing, and if there were any quotes.
What is your favorite part of this piece of writing?
I really don’t have a favorite part, probably because of the seriousness of the subject.
What other comments can you provide for the author?
There was no title page or references; and the APA formatting was not met. There were also structural, grammatical, and punctual errors.
*Adapted from Reinking, J. A., Hart, A. W., & Von der Osten, R. (2003). Strategies for successful writing: A rhetoric, research guide, reader, and handbook (6th ed.). Boston: Prentice-Hall/Pearson Custom...