Where do I get the information for who wrote and drew the comic book? Who is the publisher? What year did it come out?
This is where I want you to be for the first part. Once you have this, based on your selection and locating the Writer and Artist under the “Issue Info” button inside the comic book reading area near the bottom left.
Starting at the very base line of digging into it, there is PROOFING. This is where, on word to word, sentence to sentence level you look for errors of style, grammar, and syntax.
Moving up a bit you have EDITING. This is also a sentence to sentence but also paragraph to paragraph examination of your paper. Are there things you need to add? Are there things you need to remove? Are there things you should move around?
REVISING is the last and most wholistic. This is where you take your thesis statement or purpose for a paper and look at the paper as a whole.
Some general resources for us to consider in approaching Revision
For this essay you want to look closely at the following:
Is there a good “hook” that draws you in to the story in the first posting (Blog Post 1)?
Is there a well told story here? Is it complete with beginning, middle, and end?
Is there enough vivid imagery and material to pull you in, engage your interest, and make you feel like you can visually see and feel the things they describe?
Is there a clear significance conveyed to the reader (you)?
– Check also for grammar and other proofing errors as well.
– Provide any constructive feedback you may wish to impart.
AFTER the PEER REVIEW
You should take the feedback given to you, take some time to interact and discuss the comments with those who gave you the feedback, and figure out what feedback works best for you to help improve your paper.
Use the selected feedback to improve your paper and craft your second draft for submission as a rough draft to your instructor for feedback.