A graphic organizer that I have used with my students, to help conversation between writing partners. Students take turns reading each others writing piece and giving feedback.
This is how I did it in my classroom.................
When students are working in pairs, each student is given the opportunity to read their writing and get feedback from a student. This works great for when they meet with me for their writing conference. I can get an inside of what their writing is about and expand our conference from the given information.
1. Student A and B are "eeking".
2. Student A has Student B's writing piece, while Student B has the "T-A-G" worksheet in hand.
3. Student A reads Student B's writing, while student B is listening to their story.
4. Once Student A has finished reading Student B's writing, they both discuss "T-A-G" and write down, on the handout, the given suggestions.
5. The process is then switched and repeated.
*** Hope this isn't confusing. Last year, was my first year doing pair revising this way. The students and I liked it because the writer's were able to hear their story aloud. Students said that it made it easier to check, hearing from another point of view. Thought that was pretty cool.