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Giving feedback

In which we see a montage of clips of MA students running their workshop. The core will be a series of talking head shots in which the students answer

In the clip (above) Natalie reads her poem ‘The Zone’, and the students comment on each other’s work and discuss the kind of feedback they receive. We asked them the following two questions:

1) When you give feedback, what crosses your mind?

2) What is the best kind of feedback you receive?

Hearing their answers, are there things you might try to be aware of when it is your turn to give feedback yourself?

Additional workshop videos

Workshop 2: Hilary reads her poem ‘How to Wear a Bee Dress’

Workshop 3: John reads his poem ‘Suicide Attempt with Turtles Hatching’ Content note: This poem discusses suicide

Workshop 4: Daisy reads her poem ‘Red Willow’

Workshop 5: Grace reads her poem ‘The Season’

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