If you have students who struggle with the editing process of writing or avoid the task altogether, the editing checklist provides an easy to read tool that lists step-by-step tasks and exactly what to look for in each task. Also included is a peer review checklist so that students know exactly what
This peer review checklist features student action in reading another's paper. Asking students to look for specific features engages their skills and encourages them to then look for these features in their own paper.
An extended and higher level writer's checklist used to foster autonomy in the students as well as collaborating with a peer. It also lessens the "crowded teacher's desk" syndrome that often accompanies writing assignments!
I would recommend teaching mini-lessons on all of the checklist categories
This is a peer review checklist for students who are participating in a peer review of their fellow students' work. It has been primarily used in an English classroom on argumentative essays, but can easily be used or modified for any writing assignment.
This checklist focuses on four categories:
This checklist provides guidance for students who are reviewing another peer's essay. It helps them focus on the basics, but also asks students to consider if an essay is "engaging" of speaks to the appropriate audience. Additionally, students are asked to provide a compliment to the peer in additi
This checklist is for peer review on argumentative writing using the ACER-CON model of argument, claim, evidence, reason, conclusion (with repetition). This checklist goes over the expectations of the writing assignment with room for partner feedback.
This is a kid friendly "rubric" for students to use when reviewing another student's work. This checklist is completely anonymous so that students do not show bias towards their peers. In this checklist I ask a series of questions that students should have included in their personal narratives. The
This is a peer review checklist. Students find 5 good things about the other students' paper (such as staying on topic, good sources, etc.) as well as 5 things that could be improved in the other students' paper (such as grammar errors, spelling errors, not following the prompt, etc.). This is a goo
Peer review is an essential part of the writing process. When a student knows their peer is going to see their work, they perform better. Also, when a student grades, they learn the parts of the essay better.
This peer review form is designed for the students to check for all the necessary pieces of a SUTW Essay. It also has a place for the students to write their thoughts about what they enjoyed and what they would recommend to the writer for revision.
This two-page document includes a complete Research Paper Rubric with an accompanying Peer-Review Checklist. All of the standard attributes of research papers are covered: introduction, thesis statement, paragraph development, conclusion, conventions, critical thinking, formatting, and research elem
An interactive modifiable handout and worksheet to guide students as they peer-review another student's argumentative research essay. Gives them each question to ask and answer as they look at another student's essay.
This is a checklist for students to peer review each other's essays. It has a section for students to ask their peer reviewer to check certain areas, as well as a "things done well" and "things that need work" box.
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Great way to do peer review writing using a checklist! Students can check their own writing and their partners quickly and effectively! The checklist is not solely based on grammar and punctuation, but more about how well the students answer the prompt and pull text based evidence.
The peer review process can be extremely effective if students have some guidance. In order to help my students through this, I have created peer review checklists for argumentative and expository essays.
These checklists can be used in any ELA classroom 7-12. In the past I have printed copies of
Lesson bundle: Thesis statement workshop to help students formulate strong claims & peer review workshop for completed essay drafts.
Thesis statement workshop: Students learn about the qualities of good thesis statements, practice critiquing thesis statements, write their own, then engage in a
Have your students cover a school event while at the same time, learning the proper format of a newspaper article. This is a great way to get students involved in the school - perhaps covering a topic of their interest and/or giving them an opportunity to learn more about a team, a club, or event go
Students can peer edit persuasive reviews of books, movies, places, restaurants, toys, websites, games, or apps! Students can use the checklist to keep assess how their partner is doing on their writing. Teachers can also use as an assessment tool for their students' persuasive writing!
Upgraded to include dozens of new review tasks, charts to log reviews given to peers and feedback received back.
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Informational text, and brain facts included here to guide each review exchange.
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Have students self assess their own writing with this handy tool. Or use in partners for peer assessment. These checklists go along with the TC or Lucy Caulkins Writing Unit: Writing Reviews for 1st Grade.
Checklists included for:
Six traits based peer editing rubric. It is submitted as a Word document so you can personalize as needed. Encourages peer reviewing, and, recognizing use of the six traits.
Section with "Notes to the writer" to encourage peer feedback.
Can be used with any type of writing. I like it for use duri
Peer review can be tough if students don't know exactly what they're looking for. This revision and editing checklist is based off the 6 Traits 5 Points model. For each of the Six Traits (Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions), students are given the descriptions of
This is a great checklist you can you when introducing peer review to younger students. I use this rubric (or checklist) with my 1st grade students after they have finished a piece of writing and it has worked really well! It is simple, easy to follow, and gives students the opportunity to give feed
Looking for a writing activity that you can use all year long? This seasonal news article writing bundle gives students the opportunity to practice their writing skills, while at the same time, learning how to properly write an article. The expectations for all of the assignments are the same, but t
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.
Comprehensive revising and editing checklist asks students to review their own work and have a peer review their work. Simple YES/NO feedback makes for a quick activity and quality improvements. Revising for: MLA, paragraph structures. Editing for: Capitalization, Usage, Spelling, Punctuation, sy
This basic checklist looks at key components needed in target language writing tasks.
-Allows for the students to edit work themselves
-Allows for a peer to review and check that they included the components as well.
-Have students compare checklists and discuss why/what needs to be changed/more
This peer review is set up to work in with four groups of eight, although this would be easy to customize based on your class sizes. Each student in the group has a "specialized" job or skill to check and edit, with students having highly detailed instructions of things to look for in the introduct
Use this lesson to teach students the qualities of an effective revision, and to guide them through the peer review process before they review each others' essays.
This lesson supplements ELA Module 10.2 on EngageNY and is designed to be implemented with students who need to revise their essays on
I created this editing checklist for my students so that they can look over their writing, go through the checklist and make corrections, then they can put their initials in the column by each section. Students can even have a peer-partner look over their writing and make edit suggestions and put t
This peer review checklist is for essay revisions. Students will go through a three step process. In the first read, they will address general concerns. In the second read, peer reviewers will look at content and organization, and in the final read, students will look for grammatical and mechanic
This clear checklist helps students to review their own work and helps others to peer review student work. This set includes 2 sets of worksheets differentiated for different learners, but useful for all students in middle to high school.
Clear language and instructions offer students a simple way
A simple step-by-step peer review worksheet for argumentative paragraph writing in a history class adapted for a smart classroom environment, where the students can type in their answers on the document (no printing required). This was developed for ESL/EFL high school history students , but is also
A checklist which allows students to participate in the peer-revision process with specific descriptions and guidance. The utilization of this checklist during peer review will allow for students to gain a greater understanding of the writing process through critical review of their writing and the
Students can use this self & peer editing checklist to self edit their work before handing it in. This checklist comes in two styles in a printable PDF file as well as an editable Google Doc. One style is for self editing and the other includes sections for self and peer editing. It works great
This color-coded checklist will guide students in reviewing their peers' fiction writing. Students highlight the checklist elements in the correct color within the draft they're reading. This will help students both identify the things that should be in their writing, but also see where they need to
This is an awesome way for a lesson to be student-centered and student-facilitated!
The Peer Review Color Coding Checklist is a way for students to not only have a peer review their work for consistency and flow, but also for specific elements of a strong literary analysis paper.
Color coding vari
This one-page list of 10 questions will help students focus as they peer-edit each other's book reviews! Questions are about the thesis, paragraphs, intro, conclusion, verbs, transition words, quotes, title, overall clarity, and audience. Student are encouraged to make notes on their peers' papers i
Although I have always taught this assignment in conjunction with reading Animal Farm, you do not have to! After students have learned about the characteristics of an allegory, this assignment allows their creative juices to flow as they write an allegory of their own, using a personal experience in
The Partner Review Checklists are all-purpose peer editing forms. The three levels each carry different expectations of the students’ writing skills. High beginning, intermediate, and high intermediate levels.
This checklist will guide students in a peer-review workshop that focuses on elaboration. This is meant for fiction writing. It will help students read their peers' draft critically, and then provide constructive feedback for where to go next in their writing.
This is a peer review form. The worksheet has two “stages” one in which the write reads the essay and the review makes praise and critique and another where the peer looks through the paper using a checklist to critique the paper. It is good for a pair but can be used in a small group setting.
This worksheet is used during peer review writing sessions to help students provide feedback to their peers. It includes both checklists and written feedback, forcing students to provide QUALITY feedback and suggestions.
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This document includes 10 questions designed to lead a peer reviewer through an essay. Each question requires the peer editors to justify claims and provide evidence from the text to support their evaluation of the essay.
After a student has written an extended response on a prompt/text of your choosing, they must use the self-evaluation checklist and rubric to see if their response is complete. Students will then evaluate a peer's extended response. This way students can begin to gauge their own effectiveness at w
This is a strategy I have implemented in my classroom to help students improve their writing. It uses cooperative discussion and copies of their actual writing along with checklists and anchor charts. The results I have seen are AMAZING. Some of the highest scoring writing in the state.