Preview Nahayla


  1. state your topic here:
  2. Bold your thesis statement.
  3. Underline the passages you feel confident about.
  4. Change the color of sections of the text you find troublesome. Ask for specific advice here: It might not make since.


  • What advice do you have for the writer concerning the passages she or he find troublesome? I think they're fine. I think is sounds good and they beginning and ending make is sound even more interesting.
  • What are the most memorable pieces of writing? How Kidd was a big part in the beginning of softball in MN. How the rules were made by people that live in Minnesota.
  • Is the introduction effective? How could it be more engaging? I think it's effective because how you catch the readers attention right away because you ask them a question. I think it is effective because you ask a question right at the beginning so then the reader is more interested.
  • What questions are you left with after reading this essay? What's softball like today? Are the rules today the same as what they were when they were first made?
  • What does the writer still need to work on? Maybe add more about modern day softball? More about how todays softball and when it first started, how they are the same and/or different.
  • What is the essay's greatest strength? I liked how it was straight to the point. The question right away when you start reading really makes it sound more interesting to read.


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