Your Role in Peer Review” Please respond to the following:

  • Think about a time when someone gave you good advice that you did not take. For this discussion provide the situation and explain why the “good” advice was not taken.
  • Next, discuss whether or not it makes sense to ignore “good” advice. When is it appropriate to do so? When is it not? From a writing perspective, think about how you can separate someone’s good intentions from good advice in writing. Explain what this process looks like.
  • Finally, determine what you believe is the best strength you offer your classmates in a peer review? Justify your response.

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