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Stand Alone On-Demand

Unit 11: Writing and Revision Mini-Unit
Lesson 6 of 8

Objective: SWBAT: choose a prompt and write in a timed situation. Then students will peer assess and peer review their finished products.

Big Idea: My school does two different On-Demand activities. The first is a passage-based prompt and is pretty intense, the second is called a "Stand Alone," and is a nice, quick assessment of student writing!

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