Do your students struggle with the editing process of their yearbook copy or their newspaper articles? It seems that students often struggle with recognizing grammar mistakes when proofreading their articles, and these editing worksheets - designed specifically for yearbook or journalism students - are sure to improve their grammar skills! Not only do the NO PREP worksheets require students to edit the grammar mistakes, but students are also ask to make suggestions and changes for stylistic and writing improvements. Therefore, these worksheets take the typical grammar worksheets to a new level for your yearbook program because the content provided mimics what you would see in a middle school or high school yearbook! They will really be thinking like editors!
The 10 NO PREP, beautiful worksheets come in 100% editable format. You also get detailed answers keys in the download! They can even be loaded into an online classroom with proper security. All the work is done! Just print and go!
Don't teach English or journalism, but still want to give your students some real-world, authentic proofreading practice? I think these would be perfect! They would also make excellent sub plans!
Find other yearbook resources, too!
Back to School Idiom Project
Yearbook Spreads & Pages Rubrics
Yearbook Theme Development
World's Smallest Interview
Beginning Photography Lesson Pack
Photo Documentary of Student Life Project
Back to School Idiom Inspired Digital Art Task
Real-World Journalism Grammar Fails Task Cards Set #1
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