Reflection: Transitions Using other People's Advice On Our Writing - Section 1: Lesson Opener

 

For the sequence today I actually had the students look at my feedback first since it proved to be more challenging. The hard part of this was that they had to read two different rubrics (the rubric from the last project and the one for this project), therefore we went through all four parts together of the rubric together. Although this was tedious, when they got to peer editing it when much faster since I had gone through the rubric so thoroughly with them during direct instruction. 

  Changing My Planning Based On Transitions
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Using other People's Advice On Our Writing

Unit 5: Text Structures Project
Lesson 7 of 11

Objective: SWBAT use a peer editor and their last final draft to set goals for their project.

Big Idea: Using another set of eyes

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