feedback should be respectful, thoughtful, and specific so that your peers can use it
during the revision process.
feedback letter will be TWO – THREE PARAGRAPHS in length (no shorter, no longer). You should
spend the first TWO – THREE SENTENCES on what is working well in the story. The rest of
your feedback should offer constructive criticism. For the constructive criticism, you should focus on the following areas of the story that need revision:
PLOT: Is the plot organized? Could parts of it be expanded upon or condensed? Which events in the story would you change and why?
CHARACTERS: Are there interesting characters in the story that are developed, rather than just flat caricatures? How could the character be more developed? Do you, as the reader, have a stake in the main character and their goal?
SETTING: Is the setting of the story clear? Are there detailed descriptions of setting that
communicate a specific mood/tone? Do the characters and plot accurately reflect the setting?How can setting be improved upon in the story?
POINT OF VIEW: From what point of view is the story told? (1st Person uses ”I,” and 3rd
Person uses “he” and “she.”) Does it stay consistently in this POV? Is this the right POV for the story?
VOICE/STYLE: What suggestions do you have in regards to the narrator’s VOICE? Does the
writer have a pleasant STYLE? Does the writer use vivid words and language to make the story come alive to you?
P.S This is NOT A RESEARCH PAPER so just focus on the story no need for other websites