Directions for Peer Editing (for SmartBoard) - Section 2: Peer Editing I: Bring out the Highlighters!

 
  Directions for Peer Editing (for SmartBoard)
  Directions for Peer Editing (for SmartBoard)
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Write Like London: Peer Editing Workshop

Unit 4: Nature, Naturalism, and The Call of the Wild
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT demonstrate an understanding of the roles that characterization, conflict, setting and mood play in the development of a story.

Big Idea: Writing and editing provide avenues into the reading and analysis of literature.

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