Reflection: Homework Composing a Final Draft - Section 3: Independent Practice

 

What you see at class, is what you see at home.

Writing stamina (and reading stamina for that matter) are so important to practice in class. If they don't learn how to problem solve in order to get their work completed in class or are easily distracted in class, most likely this is the same problem they are having at home.

This is why I have my students start completing their final in class, so I can problem solve or help them practice what I want to see when they are not in a classroom.

 

  Writing Stamina
  Homework: Writing Stamina
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Composing a Final Draft

Unit 13: Literary Essay Part Three; drafting, finalizing and celebrating a comparative literary essay.
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT establish and maintain the formal style of an explanatory essay by composing a final draft.

Big Idea: Blow people away with your writing!

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