Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Peer Review: A Day Reading Another Paper - Section 2: Peer Editing: Feedback and Conversation


In which students read, reflect, and discuss each others' papers, and I answer some format questions. 

  Student Led Inquiry: Three Common Questions: Reflecting on Peer Editing
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Peer Review: A Day Reading Another Paper

Unit 4: Persuasive Writing: Research and Rhetorical Skills
Lesson 15 of 16

Objective: SWBAT evaluate the claims and evidence, as well as reasoning and organization, of their classmate's essay by providing peer edit feedback.

Big Idea: Peer Edits: Dreaded by some, but beneficial to many. Today, students read another's argumentative rough draft.

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