As one of the most essential part of learning is getting feedback on your writing. Let’s also take time to share what we learned about our present Biblical allusion reflections and follow this helpful protocol. These PQP steps will help us reflect on each other’s work in a useful and kind way. This thoughtful approach will also create a more positive and productive learning environment. We’ll follow these these PQP steps when we comment on each other’s blog posts. To start, let’s have everyone make at least one sentence for praising the post, one sentence for poising a question about the post, and one sentence for suggesting how to polish the ideas in the overall post (which include text and complementing media). Feel free to write more than this amount. Also be mindful that a good blog post has media the complements the prose and the proper categories and tags are selected (and “uncategorized” is de-selected). Most importantly, compose your comments in Standard English. Stay positive!
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