How to interpret feedback
Please read all comments and address them.
Strengthen what is done well as well as what needs attention.

I take considerable time and effort to critique your work. I expect that you do the same with my comments. I am impressed when young writers work at making writing, which may not immediately seem like a fun task, better! Likewise, it is tedious and aggravating  to read the same errors I took great pains to explain and help correct keep appearing over and over again

Interpreting "codes (abbreviations) on assignments.
Written work is returned with comments. Comments will be colored text intertwined with your writing. Many are in the form of
Codes
(abbreviations). Codes indicate areas of need. When you receive an assignment, it is your responsibility learn and address the area of need the code indicates, so it doesn't happen on future writings. 

The Glossary alphabetically list all codes & a guide to making corrections. Refer to it often

EX:
Bob is late RO Mary is on time.
RO
=  a code (abbreviation) in this case a code for a "Run On" sentence.
This is a run on sentence, and the point in the text where I put the RO indicates where the error occurred.
To learn about this error and how to correct it see: "codes" in the Glossary.
Scan down to RO, and learn what the error is and how to correct it for future writing.

Grade Conversion
100 =
93-99 =
90-92 =
A+    
A
A-
88,89 =
83-87 =
80-82 =
B+    
B
B-
78,79 =
73-77 =
70-72 =
C+    
C
C-
65-69 =
63-64 =
below 64 =
D
D-
F

 
For assignments itemized below, if you want to write better & get better grades keep trying to use technique explained i
n the "Bull's Eye."
I will also make additional comments: Even if your grade was a "B" (primarily "check, done nicely, good")
there may be areas that were strong or needed extra attention. I will note such.

Shorter Writing
How your grade was arrived at, and how to make it better.
see:
Grading Rubrics

 
Summaries
How your grade was arrived at, and how to make it better.
see:
Grading Rubrics

Journals
How your grade was arrived at, and how to make it better.
see:
Grading Rubrics

Critiques (Critical response)
How your grade was arrived at, and how to make it better.
see:
Grading Rubrics

Essays
How your grade was arrived at, and how to make it better.
see:
Grading Rubrics