Reflection: Essay Writing The Writer's Memo for the Life Proposal Essay - Section 3: Submission


Though I only assessed a few standards in this essay, I still looked for and commented on other aspects of writing, just as I've done all year. Only officially assessing (that is, giving a score and explanation) a few standards saves me time and sanity as a teacher, but that doesn't mean my students shouldn't be accountable for quality writing skills not assessed. They need to learn that no matter the writing task I or another teacher asks of them, basics like clear topic sentences and logical proof transcend. One must always prove one's point.

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The Writer's Memo for the Life Proposal Essay

Unit 8: Research Writing
Lesson 8 of 8

Objective: SWBAT reflect on their writing process and improvement by completing a writer's memo.

Big Idea: How have you grown? Using a writer's memo to reflect on the essay journey.

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English / Language Arts, Research Writing and Practices, citation (Research Writing), research (Writing Process), writer's memo, reflection, editing, peer review, research sources
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