Reflection: Trust and Respect Peer Review and Problem-Solving - Section 3: Work Time


Here is a video about how and why I group kids for Peer Review sessions.

  Choosing Partners
  Trust and Respect: Choosing Partners
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Peer Review and Problem-Solving

Unit 1: Narrative Writing
Lesson 8 of 14

Objective: SWBAT: work collectively to read, revise, and edit each other's personal narratives.

Big Idea: Peer review is not easy! By making the process as interactive as possible, it can get better.

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