Reflection: Student Feedback Peer Editing with Poetry - Section 4: Closing

 

In order to ensure they are really using their peer feedback in their final. I am checking up on a couple of things:

1) When they draft their final, I ensure they are showing me where they made corrections on their rough draft. They point on their peer feedback sheet which comment they are using.

2) When they turn in their final, I am reading over the peer feedback and looking for evidence that they used it. 

3) I make "editing and revising" part of their grade. I have to hold them accountable for this part of the writing process. I don't expect them to use every piece of feedback, but to consider it. 

  Are they using their peer feedback?
  Student Feedback: Are they using their peer feedback?
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Peer Editing with Poetry

Unit 14: Poetry
Lesson 10 of 12

Objective: SWBAT to give feedback on each other's poetry by using a rubric.

Big Idea: Another point of view can always be helpful.

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