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How To Workshop A Draft Below is a list of items to attend to when workshopping a draft. These are the things I keep in mind when I am grading essays or revising my own work. Use them to assess your classmate’s draft, and your own. On the day of the workshop, come to class with critiques, one or two typed paragraphs of thoughtful feedback for each member of your group. If you write on the author’s draft, make sure to give the draft back to the author. As you write your critiques, think about what will be helpful to your peers. Be specific. The purpose of the workshop is to give you the opportunity to see what other people are getting from your story and to give you some experience thinking critically about the writing of others. Workshop is about supporting and helping each other, sharing work, and honing our thoughts and writing. Workshop others as you would have them workshop you. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course ENGLISH 125 taught by Professor Decourcy during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan.

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