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Feedback guide

Read your partner’s draft. Give them feedback on these aspects of their writing:

Ideas and structure

  1. What events take place?
  2. What feelings and thoughts are linked to these events? Give two specific examples.
  3. What is the timeframe for this narrative?
  4. the writer reinforce a particular mood at the end?


  1. Can you identify effective or unusual details?
  2. Is the narrative written in the past or present tense?
  3. Which point of view is used? (eg: Is the narrative told in the first or third person?)
  4. Is the use of tense and point of view effective?

Next steps

  1. What are the strengths of this narrative?
  2. What suggestions can you make to improve it?

Published on: 23 Nov 2010