Monday, March 23, 2009

Macbeth Essay Comment Instructions

I would like your Macbeth essay comments to answer the following four questions. Write three to four sentences for each question.

I - What is this essay's thesis? Is it clear and concise? Is it focused? Does it engage you? Why or why not?

II - Of all the examples and quotations contained in this essay, which is the strongest? Why? What made it stand out above the others?

III - What is one thing this essay does well? It could be its organization, word choice, writing style, choice of quotations, introduction, conclusion, etc. In addition to mentioning what the author does well, copy and paste an example of what you thought was particularly effective. Be sure to put the example in quotations.

IV - What is one piece of advice that the author might consider when making his/her final revisions? Your suggestion could be about integrating vocabulary, citing quotes, polishing the thesis and introduction, ending with a strong conclusion, etc.

Your comments should appear below the story you are responding to. When asked to choose an identity, use your Google/Blogger ID. Comments not posted according to these instructions should be deleted.

* You can either print your comments or consolidate them into a Microsoft Word document, which you may show me on screen in class tomorrow, as I will check them then. Your classmates and I thank you for your valuable feedback.

Two comments = a "check"
Three comments = a "check plus"

1 comment:

Bogdan Zaliskiy said...

This is good question to answer but really everyone want to get a easy help about term papers visit this awesome term paper site