What emotions come up for you when you consider someone else reading your work and offering critiques
While Caffarella and Barnett (2000) indicate that critique is the most influential element in helping learners produce a better writing product, critique can be an emotional event. Cameron et al. (2009) note that it proved helpful in their workshops to discuss the emotions that emerged as students prepared to critique and be critiqued. What come up for you when you consider someone else reading your work and offering critiques? How do you plan to work through these ?
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According to Caffarella, and Barnett (2000), having someone read my work and offer critics to it does not come without making me have some emotional feelings. One example of the emotions that I get when the thought of someone else reading my work and critiquing it crosses my mind is fear. I get really scared and sometimes I would not even want to see their critics. Another example of the emotions that…
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