That's all Folks: Music Post Critique

I had the opportunity to to critique Jordann Ford’s post: Folk Music- The beginning. In this post, there was an exceptional amount of beautiful visuals (when showing the examples of Folk music styles) and it was placed in the appropriate category. Even though her reflection was well put, it would have been better if the transitions were smoother. I was not able to tell if the writing style was formal or informal. It did get wordy at times with fillers. In the “elements” category I would capitalize the types of folk music, and use different sentence structures. Lastly, I feel like there could have been a more extensive conclusion that was not so cut and dry, but summed up all of what Folk music is.

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