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Exchange your Business Research Paper in the Individual Forum with a peer as assigned by the instructor. Refer to the Guidelines for Peer Review to complete this assignment. If you need additional assistance, you may also use rubric for the final draft of the Business Research Paper to guide your evaluation. Communicate your feedback in an encouraging, professional manner. All edits should be made on the actual document. The draft paper should be at least 1,250-1,500.
You will use the feedback from the peer reviewer and the feedback on your draft papers provided by your instructor to revise and complete the final change proposal for your Final Business Research Paper.

Guidelines for Peer Review
Exchange your Business Research Paper in the Individual Forum with a peer as assigned by the instructor. The purpose of the assignment is for you to analyze the scholarly content of a peer’s Business Research Paper. In this assignment, make extensive comments directly on the peer-review draft paper (from title page to reference page). Evaluate scholarly discourse, including theme development, appropriateness of content, transitions, clarity, and grammar, according to the assignment criteria. Comments should be presented in an encouraging and professional manner.
Use these questions as a guide when making comments on the assigned peer’s paper critique.
1. Does the writer make the barrier or issue clear in the introduction?
2. Does the writer’s course of action for addressing the barrier or issue follow the logic model?
3. Does the writer meet the criteria for each section as presented in the assignment?
4. Does the writer use professional health care terminology appropriately and correctly?
5. Does the paper flow smoothly? Does the paper follow a clear organizational pattern? Do the body paragraphs occur in a logical order? If not, suggest which paragraphs should be moved, where they should be placed, and why.
6. Do you notice any errors in grammar, mechanics, punctuation, or APA formatting?
7. What advice can you give this writer for each section of the paper and to improve the draft overall (suggestions for improvement, outside resources/sources)?
Your feedback will help your fellow student identify possible strengths, weaknesses, and basic errors. Be thorough, keeping in mind that the suggestions you provide will help your classmate make the changes necessary to complete a more successful paper.
The more detail you put into your review, the better. The idea of this entire process is to provide the original author with ample information to help them greatly improve their final draft of their evidence-based research paper. The more specific you can be with your comments/revisions, the better it will be for the original author to make the suggested changes/revisions.
Use the “Track Changes” feature of Microsoft Word, and if feel that specific changes/edits need to be made, make them directly onto the document. The Track Changes function will completely register all changes made to the original document.
Also, if you have any questions to the author, suggestions to them, or comments regarding the formatting/content/writing, use the comment boxes (under the Review tab of Microsoft Word). Again, the more specific you are, the better.
Knowing the requirements of the first draft, if any of those requirements are missing (e.g. definitive hypothesis, missing required sections, improper APA formatting), make sure you comment on them to the author.
Make sure you consider the clarity, conciseness, and organizational clarity throughout your review.
Lastly, make sure you include a detailed summary review at the end of your review that addresses the 7 required criteria listed in the guidelines file:
Does the writer make the barrier or issue clear in the introduction?
Does the writer’s course of action for addressing the barrier or issue follow the logic model?
Does the writer meet the criteria for each section as presented in the assignment?
Does the writer use professional health care terminology appropriately and correctly?
Does the paper flow smoothly? Does the paper follow a clear organizational pattern? Do the body paragraphs occur in a logical order? If not, suggest which paragraphs should be moved, where they should be placed, and why.
Do you notice any errors in grammar, mechanics, punctuation, or APA formatting?
What advice can you give this writer for each section of the paper and to improve the draft overall (suggestions for improvement, outside resources/sources)?
You are not required to submit this assignment to TII, but if you do not I will submit it for you.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via GCU email, your Individual Forum, of the Question to Instructor (QTI) forum!

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