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Date: 2013-08-06 10:11 pm (UTC)
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when i was in school (dinosaur ages ago) we sometimes critiqued other's work in the classroom.

we were instructed to find errors in grammar/spelling and point them out graciously, AND find something that we LIKED about the work and point *that* out enthusiastically.

i remember saying that while the subject wasn't one that i had ever thought of writing about (some robot battling thing), that he had written the scenes with very good details, and i could see them in my mind as i read them. amidst the mis-spelling, forgotten commas, and sentence fragments. (although i put the crit nicer than that, hee!)

but no. there SHOULD be both. i need to hear what i did RIGHT to spark the interest to write! if all i hear is "you missed on this one", that spark is going to get stamped out and fast.
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