How to Give ‘Feedback’ to Anyone

Years ago when I took a children’s writing class in San Diego, the instructor said we needed to start with three positives and then form the negatives in the form of a question.  What was your purpose for doing this or that?  Why is the dialog taking this tone?  Cynthia Reyes somes up feedback in a lovely, straightforward manner.

via How to Give ‘Feedback’ to Anyone

4 thoughts on “How to Give ‘Feedback’ to Anyone”

  1. So even though, as an editor, I would delete the quotes around Feedback, as a reader, they totally made me laugh. Yes, I’ve gotten a LOT of “feedback” in my day. Thanks for posting this one!

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