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Use these task cards to guide students through the revision of their argument essays for ideas, organization, word choice, voice, fluency, conventions, presentation, and academic integrity. Revision is often one of the most challenging steps in the writing process, but this resource makes the task interactive, collaborative, differentiated, and reflective.
Depending on how you choose to incorporate them, these task cards can be used for modeling with exemplars, working with partners, working in small groups, rotating through learning stations, and revising individual essays. Furthermore, you can create your own questions and activities with the blank task cards template.
This product contains 56 questions on task cards featuring images of students writing. In addition to the task cards, the zip file includes the following handouts: peer response sheet, reflection handout, and argument essay proofreading checklist.
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