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Tired of peer feedback flopping? Facilitate meaningful peer feedback and engage ALL students with this unique speed dating peer feedback activity. This peer feedback lesson will teach students to think like writers and allow them to revise before you even glance at their essays to give feedback! Spe
Make peer editing and review focused and effective for your students with these comment task sheets. Rather than using checklists that often result in shallow, vague suggestions, teach the elements of writing with focused tasks that challenge your students to find evidence from the paper. Students
5th - 9th, Adult Education
This product provides everything your students need to work on narrative, persuasive and informative texts.Writing PromptsInteractive narrative prompts Spin a storyRoll a storyBuild a storyPersuasive promptsInformative topicsPlanning ScaffoldsNarrative (Orientation, complication, resolution, ending)
A Year of First Grade Writing Centers This pack includes everything you’ll need for your 1st Grade writing center! Activities include: 36 Story builders 96 Illustrated word cards Writing letters & notes 96 Writing prompts Sticker stories Poetry writing 15 Write the room activities Book-making
This set is what we use in class to facilitate peer editing and feedback.Included here is a checklist to scaffold your students through peer editing. It is not specific so can be used on any type of writing. There is also a way for students to give feedback using either the stars or triangles allowi
4th - 7th
Students will use these Editing Task Cards, Set 1, to polish their sentence-writing, paragraph-writing (narrative), and conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. ♥Why you’ll fall in LOVE with this resource!♥ ♥Flexibility in their use -- introduction or
2nd - 3rd
Covers five characteristics of effective writing, with 32 specific descriptors to evaluate organization/ideas, vocabulary, fluency, voice, and grammar. Use in any subject area for any informational writing with an intro-body-conclusion format. Tips for the teacher suggest ways the forms can be used
During westward expansion, Americans began to move west, across the United States, into unexplored territory and many of them chose to travel along the Oregon Trail! Our It's My Day on the Oregon Trail! Paragraph Packet will guide students through each step of the writing process as they write a we
What does the book recommendation writing unit cover?This writing unit is specifically designed to meet the standards for persuasive writing (W.6.1, W.7.1, W.8.1). Students will explore reasons they would recommend a book according to their reading preferences and brainstorm books they would recomme
I took most of my essay writing materials and bundled them into this fourteen page, helpful document. Inside, you will find fourteen pages containing these writing resources: ✔ Notes and a handout for an interactive lecture on basic essay components; the lecture notes are simple and clear for your
Wondering how to teach your students to give thoughtful, meaningful feedback on their writing, but not sure how? Productive peer conferences do not happen automatically, and it is a difficult skill to teach. It's no wonder that they can lead so many teachers and students to frustration. Luckily, I'
Creative writing rubrics This two page document includes: one peer-editing rubric and one teacher grading rubric (the rubrics are the same, but labeled differently for each page). Includes the following categories: creativity, plot, development of characters, organization, spelling, grammar, and a L
NEWLY Updated - 200 pages. SIX Products. Grades 8-12. Writing, Editing, and Workshop BUNDLE Grades 8-12 can really be seen as a complete series that teachers can use to scaffold their students towards greater proficiency through a holistic writing approach. Writing is never ONE single event. It req
This is a revising and editing checklist for opinion writing. After students revise and edit their own papers, they hand the checklist to a peer who provides feedback on what the author has done well and what the author could improve upon.
This resource is an excellent way to help improve your classes' personal narratives or recount writing. The great thing about this unit is that it is differentiated for two levels. The practice really improves their writing especially when they use the feedback from the teacher and their peers on th
This Peer Review worksheet helps students to revise their papers or essays by collaborating with their classmates. Students work in pairs to read each others writings and give each other support. The Peer review worksheets scaffolds the components of an effective paper to manageable parts for differ
This handout is ready to print and use for a partner peer review activity for short stories. It solicits peer feedback on the following areas: Title Hook Setting Descriptive Language Characterization Dialogue Transitions & Paragraph Breaks Plot (Exposition, rising action, climax, falling acti
The Grades 4 - 8: Peer Feedback Writing Form is a single form that is designed to provide students with spaces to reflect on and give feedback to others' writing pieces. The Rationale: It is often difficult for students to understand what type of feedback to give their peers while completing the p
A six traits based rubric-style checklist for peer use.>Encourages peer reviewing, and, identification of the six traits. >Great for teaching students how to revise their work without the teacher's involvement.>Peers are great at being honest - use that to your advantage!>Appropriate for
This product contains a 3-part activity to practice writing, speaking and listening for any level of Spanish!  Use these Google activities for distance learning or for students who are in person. Increase motivation and proficiency on the ACTFL scale with this digital activity!First, students write
6th - 12th
Writing is how one presents oneself to the world. One’s writing can make one look powerful and professional or foolish and incompetent. It can sell ideas, open doors and present oneself as an influential person. Unfortunately, many students have not learned good writing skills. In my own teaching,
A unit lesson plan with 6 sessions on teaching and learning resources of descriptive writing based on New Bloom's Taxonomy.After completing this unit students will be able to:SESSION 1 - REMEMBERING: STRUCTURE - Recognise, retrieve and name the key elements of description.SESSION 2 - UNDERSTANDING:
Check out the video preview here: http://youtu.be/IY_AMLqZG2I How can we get children to learn how to write perfect paragraphs and edit them excellently? Capture the Correction! What is Capture the Correction? It's a game adds fun to editing. After kids play Capture the Correction they are h
This is the slips that I use for mini-critiques of student's artworks. It works really well if you do this a few days before the due date - so they can fix their work based on the suggestions. They've been designed to cut into little slips for each student.Students start with a "ghost walk" where

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