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The last ten minutes of the lesson:The Green Pen Challenge
The purpose of the Green Pen Policyis: -• To encourage students to peer edit• To accommodate reflective learning• To disti...
Promoting Literacy in Tutor Time
Wherestudentsmark forgrammarWherestudents canconsider thelearningobjectivesthrough WWW& EBI
Lower Tier English
Or creatively transferring the skillsto something different
As the plenary and after Green Penediting…Students get their booksback and write aresponse to the review.This will help th...
Or with an added twist…Using Green Penwith theLearning Objectives
Green pen mini bite
Green pen mini bite
Green pen mini bite
Green pen mini bite
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  1. 1. The last ten minutes of the lesson:The Green Pen Challenge
  2. 2. The purpose of the Green Pen Policyis: -• To encourage students to peer edit• To accommodate reflective learning• To distinguish student corrections fromthose of the teacher’s• To create a dialogue as part of the learningprocess• Consider strengths and areas ofimprovement
  3. 3. Promoting Literacy in Tutor Time
  4. 4. Wherestudentsmark forgrammarWherestudents canconsider thelearningobjectivesthrough WWW& EBI
  5. 5. Lower Tier English
  6. 6. Or creatively transferring the skillsto something different
  7. 7. As the plenary and after Green Penediting…Students get their booksback and write aresponse to the review.This will help them toreflect and correct whatthey have done and itwill assist the teachergauge the students’understanding of thework.
  8. 8. Or with an added twist…Using Green Penwith theLearning Objectives
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