Workshop Guidelines

Workshop Guidelines - Workshop Guidelines Tips for Workshop

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Workshop Guidelines Tips for Workshop Leaders/Facilitators 1) Keep the discussion on track. Please, no platitudes about liking or disliking the writing. These comments are not useful. 2) It is your responsibility to get everyone in the class to talk; don’t let the same people talk all the time; don’t ask yes/no questions. 3) Encourage people to elaborate on their comments or give specific examples or suggestions. 4) Watch for repetition and wasted time. Keep things focused. 5) You may also comment on the paper 6) Don’t let silence make you uncomfortable. 7) Don’t allow the writer of the paper to speak during the peer discussion part of the workshop. Note: Do not allow the writer to use the workshop as an opportunity to defend her/his paper against criticism (constructive criticism is a good thing). Everyone has this tendency. Everyone has to fight it. 8) Encourage respondents to follow the Tips for Workshop Respondents below. 9) Try and create a dialogue among workshop respondents, rather than having each
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GEW 101 taught by Professor Dutton during the Spring '08 term at CSU San Marcos.

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