The Bad Writing Bandit is such a fun way to teach editing and proofreading to your students! Turn your editing and proofreading lesson into an exciting task card challenge!
Students act as Revision Police to correctly rewrite the sentences of the escaped Bad Writing Bandit. The students also document the symbols they would have used in the editing process to fix each sentence.
What do you get?
- A Class Display Slide to use while introducing the lesson to your students! It includes the name of our bandit, crime, and how to caputre him! (Fun idea: I play the theme song to Cops while going over this slide to really get the class excited about the lesson!)
- Student Anchor Chart with Editing Symbols to glue into their writing notebook!
- The Revision Police Editing Ticket Form in which students can use througout the year during peer editing time. The officer checks over the writers work and can write a ticket for any editing violation. (Fun idea: I have badges that the students wear when they are the Revision Police!)
- 12 Editing Task Cards the students will need to copy correctly and include the symbols they would use while editing each sentence.
-Student Response Sheet for students to copy the sentences on to and editing symbols they would use while completing the task cards.
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