1. Summarize the main points, themes, or arguments the author presents in their reflection. Has the author addressed the prompt completely and creatively? How are course concepts, ideas, or terms refer-enced? If the author used direct quotes, provide 1-2 suggestions for how they might have paraphrased (and cited) those ideas instead. (Your response should be 100-150 words in length.)
2. What course concepts has the author used, and are they used properly? What additional terms or concepts could have been included, and how? Cite references for each concept used in the reflection, as well as any suggested concepts that could also be applied. (Your response should be 100-150 words in length.3. What evidence has the author given to support their main point, themes, or argument? Are the cited references clear and relevant? What outside source has the author cited, and is it a trustworthy source (i.e., is it academic, peer-reviewed, or otherwise reliable), and how have you made this determination?
Suggest at least 2 additional outside sources that the author could also reference for their reflection, and include your reason for why they would be helpful. (Your response should be 100-150 words in length.)
4. What, if any, mechanical or technical revisions would you suggest to the author, e.g. spelling, grammar, word choice, punctuation, paragraphing, and etc.? Your response should complement your annotated draft of the author’s reflection journal. (This criteria does not have a minimum response length.)