Reflection: Lesson Planning Threaded Revision for Research - Section 1: Do Now: 3 Questions


It's helpful to teach your students what a quality question looks like if you want to use this activity. Through discussion and previous revision lessons, I have taught my students to write questions that go beyond yes-or-no responses. Some listened, some didn't--those who listened received better feedback.

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Threaded Revision for Research

Unit 8: Research Writing
Lesson 7 of 8

Objective: Students will be able to strengthen their own and others' writing by participating in a threaded revision.

Big Idea: Many voices can lead to great changes--using threaded revision to strengthen student writing.

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English / Language Arts, Research Writing and Practices, citation (Research Writing), research (Writing Process), peer revision, self revision, essay revision, editing, peer review, research sources
  45 minutes
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