What are some examples of constructive criticism?


Constructive criticism is defined as offering valid opinions on someone else's work or actions with the aim of helping that person. The criticism should be delivered in a friendly manner so that the recipient of the criticism does not feel offended and is able to accept the opinion while putting it to good use. Examples of constructive criticism include when a teacher critiques a project or assignment or when a judge in a talent contest offers advice on how to improve a performance.
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