A couple times per week I introduced students to a new grammar concept for the purpose of becoming fantastic writers and peer editors. The concepts include: capitalization, end of sentence punctuation, comma usage, deleting a letter/word, insert carrot, quotation marks, un-capitalizing a letter, subject, verb, predicate, transitions, compete sentences, fragments, and, run-ons. Each lesson is one page front and back and includes a daily grammar warm-up section (which covers the concepts which were previously discussed as long as the lessons are taught in order). Students not only learn what the editor mark looks like, but how and when it is used.
PS - these sheets are a great reference guide for students if they are kept neatly in a binder.
Items included in this zip file:
1) Guided notes with examples for each concept mentioned above.
2) Daily grammar warm-up.
3) A teacher guide for the fill-in-the-blank portions of the lesson.