Reflection: Trust and Respect Peer Editing with the Rubric - Section 1: Lesson Opener


It was important for me to model this (just like every lesson) because I felt how the students might feel. I am then able to authentically tell them, "Wow, that was hard to hear that my story wasn't as good as I thought it was. When you hear feedback, remember, taking people's advice can really make your writing better. We all make mistakes and it is important to fix them in order to grow as a writer."

I also want to remind them that not all advice is good advice, so sometimes it is good to get a third opinion or read over the rubric.

  Getting feedback can be hard!
  Trust and Respect: Getting feedback can be hard!
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Peer Editing with the Rubric

Unit 16: Editing, Revising and Finalizing our Fiction Story
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: SWBAT use their peers to help them edit and revise their writing in order to help them focus on how they have met the success criteria.

Big Idea: Have no fear, ask a peer!

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