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Revision Strategy: Deleting

Unit 11: Writing and Revision Mini-Unit
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT: identify words or sentences that aren't necessary, and delete them.

Big Idea: When given direct instruction of when and why to delete, students feel empowered hacking away at their words.

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English / Language Arts, revision (Writing Process), revising, editing, deleting
  50 minutes
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