= means paragraph/paragraph symbol (new          ? = new paragraph needed here?)
= included / effective / good work! (ts! = effective topic sentence!)

t = Transition
See also transitions/repetition
See Textbook Also: pgs. 370-371 / pgs. 260-265
Supporting Details (SD)
MA= major supporting details
mi = minor supporting details
sd = specific, concrete details
See Textbook Also: pgs. 367-370 (types of supporting details /ordering supporting details),
248-273 (locating and using important details),
writing patterns (pgs. 274-303)

s/p = singular/plural shift / shifts = check for an inappropriate shift / See this site for
examples of inappropriate shifts.
w/ = with
rhet strat(s) = rhetorical strategy or strategies
See Also: Rhetorical Strategies Palette
See Textbook Also: pgs. 369 (overview), sample
paragraphs (420-439), writing patterns (pgs. 274-303)
ENGLISH FEEDBACK GUIDE
SU = source use concerns (may include plagiarism)
See Textbook Also: pgs. 398-417
Strongly Suggested: See all comment guide links which focus
on integrating and documenting sources.
= missing / needed / should be addressed (ts? = topic sentence needed here)
WCP = Works Cited Page
Works Cited Page
MLA Sample Paper
Documenting Electronic Sources
Works Cited Samples: Library Database Examples
Strongly Suggested: See all comment guide links which focus on
integrating and documenting sources.
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Q - Z
tone = See Textbook pgs. 321-327
= promising / included / could be improved with additional work