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Learning how to provide constructive criticism in a writing workshop is an essential skill. After responding to a prompt that asks them to write about a character who turns something rough or sparse into something beautiful, pupils use this piece of writing to serve as a metaphor for helping writers fix up their stories to make them great. Following the guidelines for reviewing another’s work and the ground rules established by the class, partners then share and respond to each other’s work.