Enhancing Peer Review Through Critical Reading: A learner Training Model

Abdel Rahman Abdalla Salih, Mujahitha Abdul Samad


The recursive and complex nature of the composing process, centred on peer review, involves multiple steps in the production of a text such as drafting, revision, rewriting, reshaping, and negotiation of meanings. This paper argues that in order for peer review to be an effective feedback delivery system, L2 students of writing need to be trained on critical reading before they embark on reviewing peers’ drafts. The paper further argues that implementation of critical reading can improve the ability of both feedback provider and student writer to work together toward the accomplishment of the process of writing and production of final draft.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22158/selt.v2n2p155


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