Reflection: Exit Tickets Peer Feedback on our Last Draft - Section 4: Closing


In order to remind students about their peer feedback, I ensure that I give them the rubric with the feedback on it and the exit ticket the next day. Since I teach 13 year olds who can seem like goldfish who have a three second memory :), I know I have to remind them of the hard work they did the day before (not just for this lesson, but every day). 

  Don't forget your thinking!
  Exit Tickets: Don't forget your thinking!
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Peer Feedback on our Last Draft

Unit 13: Literary Essay Part Three; drafting, finalizing and celebrating a comparative literary essay.
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT to use peer feedback by getting advice on all of the different components of the literary essay.

Big Idea: Listen in order to understand!

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Writing Proces
  45 minutes
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