Workshopping !. Give CONSTRUCTIVE feedback! This means privileging the importance of ideas and how they’re communicated over mechanics and surface errors—i.e. worry about how clearly someone expresses him or herself rather than whether s/he misplaced a comma or misspelled a word.
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1.) I suggest that the person whose paper is being read, also read his/her paper so that it is fresh in your mind.
2,) I also suggest that readers use the “track changes” function in Word or “comment” function in Google docs to share comments with the author.
3.) Do correct spelling issues and other surface errors using track changes; that way you don’t really need to talk about that stuff and the author can choose to accept or reject your changes.
4.) Leave your constructive comments, too, so the author has them to work from. These are more important.
5.) If you want to work from a hardcopy, we can try the classroom printer; you can also bring your own (enough for the group) if that's how you prefer to receive comments
SAVE your edited copy and email it back to the author when you're done with the new name:
original name_your name edited copy