About This Chapter
Peer Editing Resources - Chapter Summary
If you're in search of peer editing resources for the classroom, you've reached the right place! This chapter has checklists and other teacher resources you can use to help your students become great peer editors. The resources are available anytime and can be utilized during lesson planning and class discussions. Access them from any computer, smartphone or tablet.
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- Reduces research time: Spend less time searching for teacher resources by finding them all in one location.
- Covers various grade levels: This chapter provides peer editing resources for students in elementary, middle and high school.
- Enhances writing skills: Adding peer editing activities to your lessons helps your students become better skilled and more confident writers.
Completing this chapter will enable you to do the following:
- Help your students understand the value of peer editing
- Prepare your students for peer editing activities
- Ensure your students complete peer editing projects using helpful checklists
1. Peer Editing Checklist for Middle School
Having students edit one another's work is just smart - it gets them thinking about writing and allows them to interact with peers. Use this checklist to guide your middle school students through the process of peer editing.
2. Peer Editing Checklist for High School
High school students are capable of offering valuable insight and feedback for peer work. This lesson explains the benefits of using peer editing in high school and provides an editing checklist you can use in your classroom.
3. Peer Editing Checklist for Elementary School
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.
4. Writing Workshop Lesson Plan
Teach your students the important skill of critiquing and how it is used during the writing workshop. With your guidance and this lesson plan, students will use a base lesson to learn review and revision skills both with guided and independent practice.
5. What is Essay Critique? - Definition & Examples
This lesson explains what it means to critique an essay in an academic setting, and it also sets forth an example of how to critique essays thoroughly and thoughtfully.
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