Writing Our Sloppy Copies Video 2 - Elephants.mp4 - Section 3: Writing Our Sloppy Copies and Peer Editing

 
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Writing Our Sloppy Copies and Peer Editing

Unit 20: Expository Writing About Elephants
Lesson 6 of 7

Objective: SWBAT revise and edit their writing with support from peers by transferring their ideas from their flow maps to a "sloppy copy."

Big Idea: Our stories begin to take shape on our writing paper, and we get to help each other edit our work.

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