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Peer Editing Checklist for Elementary School

Instructor: Sharon Linde
All students can be great at helping one another as writers, even those in elementary school. Keep your students on track and focused when peer editing by using this simple checklist.

Peer Editing

Teachers know how important reviewing writing is, and how much students resist reviewing their own writing. Using other students to lend a hand during the review and editing process is a way to help students' writing move to the next level. But it isn't as simple as pairing students up and saying 'go'. Peer editing is powerful and useful only when students have clear expectations and are focused on outcomes.

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