Prepared by: Rhéal Nadeau
Posted on: August 18, 2002
Reposted on: June 27, 2004
Reposted on: August 8, 2004
Reposted on: December 25, 2004
The Practice list presents many challenges
to its members - that is
point, of course.
Some of the challenges deal with the
submissions themselves. The
are often hard, and not everyone gets it right. And even the best
submissions might be improved, based on the critiques received.
it be nice to be able to do it over? (Repetition is an essential part
And in any given week, many of us will
think about writing a
but run out of time, after sometimes investing a lot of thought into
we would like to write.
So this week, we will give members a
chance to catch up - either by
an exercise we missed, or redoing one we want to improve.
Please review the list exercises, at
. Is there
one you wanted to do, but didn't have time? Is there one you did, but
to do again? If so, this is your chance! Let us know what exercise
doing, and post your submission (respecting the word limit quoted in
When critiquing a submission, made sure to
check how well the
meets the exercise requirement, and critique accordingly. (In addition,
can critique on general writing principles, but the point of an
list *is* to address specific points. so the critiques have to address
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Rhéal Nadeau and
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Modified by Gayle Surrette.