Reflection: Self-Graded Rubrics It's Time to Edit! - Section 2: Independent Practice


It isn't as important to me that students write flawlessly as it is that they are cognizant of their own errors. This requires a higher level of thinking as they evaluate their writing or the writing of others. Spelling errors can always be checked with a dictionary, peer, or adult. I am more concerned when students turn in work with numerous errors that they didn't catch.

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It's Time to Edit!

Unit 10: Reading Informational Text
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: SWBAT editing writing for grammar and spelling conventions.

Big Idea: Students get their writing ready for publishing by editing for spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

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