Reflection: Staircase of Complexity Peer Editing-What is it? - Section 3: Guided Practice


One goal I had for the students by the end of the year was to be able to take notes on their own.  To identify what was important and paraphrase notes into their own words.  However, this particular group of students are not there yet.  They still struggle with understanding what is important to write down and how to organize their notes. 

To help them out, I provided them with the guided notes page.  The students really enjoy taking notes using this method and seem to feel more confident.  It really also allows to focus more on the content verses them focusing on just writing.  I am still looking for that magic wand that will help me understand to better transition my students to independently take notes. 

  Guided Notes
  Staircase of Complexity: Guided Notes
Loading resource...

Peer Editing-What is it?

Unit 11: Writing a Research Based Argument
Lesson 10 of 11

Objective: SWBAT edit and revise a peer's work.

Big Idea: Students become the teachers in this lesson on peer editing.

  Print Lesson
8 teachers like this lesson
img 4463 1
Similar Lessons
Journey Through the Water Cycle
6th Grade Science » Earth's Atmosphere and Weather
Big Idea: Writing from a first person point of view helps students to understand the water cycle on a deeper level.
Brooklyn, NY
Environment: Urban
Drewe Warndorff
Show What You Know About Characters' Motives & Actions
6th Grade ELA » Character Change: Short Stories
Big Idea: Time to show what you know about the relationship between a character's motives and actions.
Shrewsbury, MA
Environment: Suburban
Sue Andrews
Cause and Effect
6th Grade ELA » Narrative Writing
Big Idea: Cause and effect is a great way to get 6th graders to organize their thinking!
Louisville, KY
Environment: Suburban
Hillary Boles
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload