Oh, okay… Oh well XD
Sure! I’ll try to, but I’m kinda busy. But that’s still a yes!
How to write good constructive criticism
Writing constructive criticism (often shortened to “cc”) is important to helping other Hopscotchers with their code, reviewing a piece of art, or helping a student (if you’re a teacher). This article will cover the basics of constructive criticism
- Be sure to mix criticism and praise. The person who you’re criticizing will feel much better at the end if you do this!
- Review the cc before you post it. It’s just good practice overall.
- Always stay positive!
- Throw in some humor, if you can, but don’t make fun of the person who you’re criticizing.
- Don’t be afraid to point out mistakes. One can only get better if they know what to improve.
That’s pretty much it! Writing good cc isn’t hard at all
Your homework: help someone on their project, and tag me where you’ve given constructive criticism. That’s it
Hopscotch Username: DutchessofSC
How long you have been on hopscotch: a week
Your strengths on hopscotch: quick student, experience in making music and photoshop and drawing
How often you are on: every day
Anything else: love to learn all. Try to make a project a day, although I don’t think I can keep that up, if my games get more complicated.
WynterDiamond is no longer active so the school is currently shut down unfortunately
I know this is an old topic, but if you just spam ‘J’ and ‘L’ then it likes every post in a topic.