You'll complete TWO peer reviews Read each of the two drafts. After reading each draft, respond to the questions below in a reply thread: 1. Summarize below an idea you like--or type out an actual sentence you like--from the paper. Briefly explain below what you like about that idea or sentence. 2. Type out a sentence below that you find confusing or unclear. Explain below why it’s confusing. 3. Look at the writer’s opening paragraph. What could be done to make it more interesting/engaging? 4. Type out below the sentence (or two) that seems to contain the writer's thesis. Does the thesis statement provide a main assertion / point about the images? Is the thesis clear? Are there problems with the thesis (for example, it's too narrow, too broad, or it's just an announcement of a topic)? Explain below. 5. Look for the paragraphs in which the writer offers his/her supporting points. Summarize the supporting points below 6. In each body paragraph that describes the images, are there enough specific details/ examples/ quotes from the images to illustrate the main idea of the paragraph? Are there areas that should be improved? Explain below. 7. In each paragraph that analyzes the images, are there specific references to Kilbourne's or Katz’s video? Is the connection between Kilbourne's/Katz’s ideas and the point the writer wants to make about the iamges clear? Could additional references be made to Kilbourne or Katz? Where? 8. Does the paper have clear organization and transitions? Could the organization or transitions be improved? Explain below. 9. Are sources cited correctly in the text of the paper and in the Works Cited page, according to the MLA guidelines explained in the textbook and in the learning module for the week? 10. Make notes below about any errors you see in punctuation, grammar, or sentence structure. 11. Provide a final word of encouragement to the writer below: .