The Writing Desk is a quick reference sheet for your students to use during Writing Workshop, Peer Revision, and Editing. I created this using two overlapping manilla folders. Then, I pasted a sheet inside each of the 3 'walls.'
2 of the sheets are editing/revision guides, including the following:
Revision BINGO is a revision-style game I created for my students. Using the BINGO board, they highlight (or color in) each square as they complete it, aiming for a BINGO board with 5 squares in a row. This is made for essay or fiction writing, and is not intended to be a real time/speed game.
Editing and Revising Practice Tests and Activities! With this resource you will find eight thorough editing and revising practice tests with passages and follow-up multiple choice type questions and writing response activities. I've also included several bonus editing and revising activities as we
Thank you for considering my “Common Core Writing Workshop: Mini-Lessons Revision" pack.
This set will give you detailed lesson plans for 25 days worth of mini-lessons (2 days per mini-lesson plus a party idea at the end of the unit). The lesson plans are broken up into a few parts: Materials, Mak
Revision is a big part of any writing process piece. In this Smartboard presentation, students will see what types of revisions can be made to make writing more interesting to read. Good writing uses specific, detailed language that draws a picture for the reader. Notes, models, and examples for s
For years I have struggled with the task of helping students revise their writing. Editing Stations have been such a great success! Students can edit their own papers or switch papers to peer edit. Each station has a different task: Content, Organization, Style & Language Usage, and Convention
This newsletter contains several articles that make for perfect mini-lessons during the revising stage of writing. Print the newsletter (available in both color and BW for easy printing) and use it during a lesson, put it in a center for independent practice, send it home to help with homework, glue
This product includes 3 Kindergarten personal narrative resources:A student revising checklistA student editing rubricA teacher rubricVisuals are included for the student resources to help Kindergarten students self-assess!
Use this product for tips on editing and revising!
This product is intended to be used with a piece your students have already written.
...a) Editing Checklist
...b) Tips for Revising Verbs
...c) How to Revise Descriptive Language
...d) Peer Review: Partner Read Aloud with Que
This set of editing and revising activities gives students an opportunity to learn to use transition words by adding them to provide sentence variety or consolidating sentences.
List of Transition Words
7 - I do, we do, you do practice worksheets (smiley faces can be color
Students can use these Peer Revise Sheets as they meet with their writing partners! I've included a section where students can check-off all the elements of a narrative, informative, and opinion and another section where they can write:
-something they like about the writing
-something they can rev
-excellent lesson plan on how to add dialogue to a personal narrative while revising.
-based on common core standards
-dialogue activity worksheet that goes with the lesson is also attached
-lesson plan includes modifications/differentiation for special education students if needed
Get more and save money by checking out my ARMS and CUPS Revising and Editing Posters Bundle!
Use these posters/handouts as anchor charts for your writing process! Students can use the acronym "ARMS" to help them revise during your writing time. A black and white handout has also been provided for
Use this Revising Writing Practice PowerPoint to help students with revision of their work to create effective expression in writing. TEST PREP for state writing tests. Practice Editing and Revising! The writing process is important for students to understand the main characteristics of good writi
This PowerPoint looks at two aspects of revising writing: using consistent verb tenses, and making a logical connection between ideas. For each concept there are notes and practice questions with a summary slide at the end. The last slide has an optional activity where students can create their ow
Students will be able to use a variety of strategies to revise and improve written work.
Each page invites your learner to interactive with the subject to engage the information. Lessons use audio, animation, virtual manipulatives and other engaging experiences. Our Lessons are compete with a le
WRITING resource for Revising Transition Words and Phrases in multiple choice format. Great practice for 4th grade WRITING STAAR tests!Includes 3 Multiple Choice Revising Passages where students can using test-taking strategies to prepare for the STAAR Writing tests. Each passage includes 5 multiple
Students will really begin to understand what revision means by using these procedures to facilitate their peer conferences about their writing.
The attached file includes student procedures for peer writing conferences, a feedback form for recording ideas for revision, and a teacher lesson plan.
Make revising easy for your students. In this product I share my process for revising student writing. I've included classroom anchor charts on the process. There are many pages for students to practice revising by adding, subtracting and changing their writing to make it better. I have found in
Looking for ways to motivate young writers to reread their writing? Polka Dot Writing works! I've used it for 15 years with my first and second grade writers with great success!
example of anchor chart
polka dot plans day by day
This simple acronym is a guide for your students to express their views in writing.
Suggested Uses and Teaching Tips:
• Use the VIEW writing guide to help students revise a piece of persuasive writing independently, with a partner, or with a small group.
• Using this guide may require you to ex
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE3 BRIEF WRITE BUNDLE I3 BRIEF WRITE BUNDLE IISo you're READING YOUR STUDENTS' writing and they’re a little… well—BORING.REVISE.GOOD WRITERS write actively.Using an easy REVISION METHOD, students learn how to write sentences in an ACTIVE voice. when to USE a PASSIVE voice, and how