Reflection: Joy The Power of Peer Review - Section 4: Wrap up and Next Steps


Today went really well! It was really great to hear my students giving each other great feedback on their work and I am really excited to see how their final drafts benefit from the thoughtful conversations I heard today. Yay!

  Joy: Memoir Workshop Success Story
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The Power of Peer Review

Unit 2: Narrative Reading and Writing: Persepolis and Memoir
Lesson 11 of 11

Objective: SWBAT develop and strengthen their writing by participating in a peer review workshop for their memoirs.

Big Idea: Writing is only as good as your audience thinks it is. It's essential to give time for students to read and review their peers' writing to make sure it is reader friendly.

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