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Constructive vs. Destructive Criticism

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by Eliza Crim on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of Constructive vs. Destructive Criticism

Constructive vs. Destructive Criticism Constructive criticism is about someone's behavior or action. Destructive criticism is about someone's character or what kind of person they are. For each statement below, discuss with your partner and mark D for Destructive or C for Constructive. 1. Please don't interrupt me while I'm talking.
2. You're late.
3. You didn't keep your end of the bargain.
4. Please stop clicking your pen.
5. This paper needs more sources cited.
6. Why don't you have any ambition?
7. You're crazy.
8. You need to change into a different outfit. That's unacceptable.
9. That's because you're stupid.
10. Why aren't you ever on time?
11. I can't trust you.
12. You're so lazy.
13. I need you to get to the point.
14. You're such a jerk.
15. You changed your mind on this assignment twice. Which is it going to be?
16. Please chew with your mouth closed. Example:
Please don't take my pencil without asking first. Example:
You always take things without asking.
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