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Re-Viewing Peer Review.

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In this article, the author revisits her essay, "Students as Readers of Their Classmates' Writing," by providing a review of the literature on peer review over the past three decades and comments on patterns she sees in waves of peer review research and theorizing. She describes her subsequent experience with peer review in her own classes, and discusses some recent research on peer review, focusing especially on contexts that might not have been predicted in 1984--teaching English as a second language, teaching English as a second language with technology, and teaching English as a first language with technology. She reflects on the issues that arise in revisiting work from relatively early in one's career and about the challenges and advantages of bringing nearly 30 years of lived experience in the field to a review of its literature.

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Author:Flynn, Elizabeth A.
Publication:The Writing Instructor
Article Type:Author abstract
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Dec 1, 2011
Words:211
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