Most philosophy professors want to help their students improve their writing, but determining a good way to do so is not easy. Requiring students to write rough drafts is a good start, but the extra work these require can overload already busy professors. In this article I describe and defend the use of peer-review assignments as a way of improving undergraduate writing. The largest benefit of such assignments is that they allow the students to take a more objective view of their own writing. I also provide sample questions to use in such assignments.
Williams, S. D.
(2006). Peer-Review Assignments. Teaching Philosophy, 29 (4), 327-342.