Giving Feedback – PQP

As a blogger, you will be commenting on other people’s work regularly. We will learn the process for commenting and providing feedback.

Good comments:

  • Are constructive, not hurtful.

  • Consider the author and the purpose of the post.

  • Are always related to the content of the post.

  • Include personal connections to what the author wrote.

  • Answer a question, or add meaningful information to the content topic.

  • Follow the writing process. Comments are a published piece of writing. Proofread your comment before posting it.

  • Use the PQP (Praise, Question, Polish) method for making comments on other students’ writing samples.

    • The PRAISE is something the reader liked about the writing.

    • The QUESTION is something the reader found curious, confusing, or unclear in the writing.

    • The POLISH is a piece of advice or a suggestion that the reader offers to the author in order to make their writing that much better.

Think Before Posting:

  • Ask yourself: What will I cause by writing this post?

  • Treat other people the way you want to be treated.

  • Ask yourself: Would I want someone to say this to me?

  • Use appropriate language and proper grammar and spelling.

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