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Date: October 19

Time: 12:15-13:45

Room: Struwe 1, Tõstamaa seminar room

In the peer feedback process, you play two distinct and separate roles. As a reviewer, you give written feedback to your group members based upon their cover letter and draft. As an author, you receive written feedback from your group members based upon your cover letter and draft. Being able to write more effective cover letters and feedback comments will benefit everyone (and especially your own writing process!) within your group. The aim of this workshop is to enable you to understand your feedback and writing processes better. This is achieved by guided reflection upon the ‘usefulness’ of your written and received feedback comments and cover letters.

In order for the Workshop to run smoothly, please bring the following documents with you:
(i) Your cover letters
(ii) Your writing drafts
(iii) The feedback comments you gave to your writing group members
(iv) The feedback comments you received from your writing group members
(v) Your revision plans

How to give good feedback

Course Curriculum

How to write a cover letter to generate the feedback comments you want
How to write more ‘effective’ feedback comments
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How writing cover letters and feedback comments benefit your own writing process
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