Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint

Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint
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Editing and Revision are often confused but very different. Ensure your students understand these important writing concepts with the 35-slide Editing Versus Revision PowerPoint. Product includes information on the writing process (Prewriting, Drafting, Revising, Editing, and Publishing) as well as a deep dive into Revision and Editing with the acronyms ARMS (Add, Remove, Move, Substitute) and CUPS (Capitalize, Usage, Punctuation, Spelling) as mnemonic devices. PowerPoint is an all-in-one lesson that concludes with a CFU formative assessment - great for evaluations! If you teach ELA, composition, or creative writing, you and your students will love this product!

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