Report Editing and Revising Checklist PDF - Section 1: You Do Know, Right??

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Writing an Informational Report: Final Copy

Unit 20: What Do You Want to Know???? Writing an Informational Report
Lesson 9 of 9

Objective: SWBAT transfer the feedback they received from a peer editor and from their own editing to produce a mistake free informational report.

Big Idea: Being able to use constructive feedback and to effectively edit produces better, more coherent writing.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process, Nonfiction Literature, informational report writing, editing and revising, final copy
  50 minutes
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