Learning how to edit can be a painful process. Even lesson after lesson can leave gaps in student's understanding and utilization of editing their own work. These task cards are designed to assist your student's ability to independently edit their own work, or even a peer's writing. They can be utilized with ANY piece of writing, from personal narratives to persuasive papers. A set of the cards can be made for each individual student, or a few sets can be made and left in an open area so students can use them as needed.
These cards cover:
Hooks & Closing Sentences
This pack comes with THREE different sets of cards, for a total of 36 task cards:
Set 1: 12 quarter page, full color cards with a basic explanation of what students are looking for with each card- great for on level or above level learners
Set 2: 12 quarter page, black & white cards with a basic explanation of what students are looking for on each card- great for on level or above level learners
Set 3: 12 half page, black & white cards with an in-depth explanation of what students are looking for on each card. These are chalk-full of helpful hints and reminders on everything from capitalization rules, to comma and quotation usage! These even include a list of commonly misspelled words and a list of frequently confused homophones! A great set for any level learner who needs a helpful reminder, or a struggling learner who is still working on their editing skills!
**These cards are meant to be used alongside a piece of writing! They do not contain tasks that students can do without a completed piece of writing in front of them.**
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