Which comment is an example of constructive feedback?
The ending of your essay didn’t make sense. Why don’t you add something exciting?
No one enjoys reading essays about dogs. Try picking a different topic—maybe something about dating.
This section isn't very descriptive. Try adding more adjectives to help describe your dog or his habits.
You didn’t choose the right words, so your essay wasn’t clear. Can you find better ones?
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Lol which one isn't really an insult? Constructive feedback, is feedback that can help you critique your essay so that it improves. Most of these sound more judgemental, and opinionated, while one offers good advice.
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I would assume it to be C. Because he explains what he can improve on in his writing, while the others are opinions. "No one enjoys reading essays about dogs" isn't necessarily true. Many people love reading about dogs! So that one is incorrect. "You didn't choose the right words so your essay wasnt clear, can you find better ones?" Though his essay may not have been that clear, saying "find better words" isn't good advice.
Same goes for the "why don't you add something exciting?" Not the best advice. Constructive feedback could be for example, "Maybe you could add a climax and suspense to make your essay more exciting to the readers"