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  1. 1. Peer Editing Awesomeness Your Guide to Becoming a Super Sweet Editor using Hyland’s Three Step Program For Awesome Editing ELA 7 Adapted from Read-Write-Think 2004. IRA/NCTE. http:/ /www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/peer-edit-with-perfection-786.html Sunday, 17 November, 13 1
  2. 2. Goal By the end of today, you should be confident in your abilities to edit your own writing and the writing of others. Sunday, 17 November, 13 2
  3. 3. What is Editing? Making suggestions, comments, compliments, and changes to writing Working solo or with someone else your own age (peer) Sunday, 17 November, 13 3
  4. 4. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo Hyland’s Three Step Program for Awesome Editing Sunday, 17 November, 13 4
  5. 5. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo Stay positive! 1. Compliments 2. Suggestions 3. Corrections Sunday, 17 November, 13 5
  6. 6. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo Stay positive! 1. Compliments 2. Suggestions 3. Corrections Sunday, 17 November, 13 6
  7. 7. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 1. Compliments Start your editing with compliments Explain what the writer did well: I liked your topic because... You used a lot of good details, like... I like when you used words like... My favourite part was...because... I liked the way you... Sunday, 17 November, 13 7
  8. 8. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 1. Compliments Read the paragraph on the next slide. Record THREE compliments about the paragraph that you would tell the author if you were editing this paragraph. Sunday, 17 November, 13 8
  9. 9. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 1. Compliments We were all over my aunts house when my dog Riley was running around like crazy. He was chasing me around in circles. all of a suden I look and rile he was in the pool! swimming in my aunts pool. I couldn’t believe my eyes that the dog was in the pool. I dashed to the pool and jumpd in and swan over to Riley and pulled him to the steps. He got out and shook all over us like a sprinkler on a hot day. I was glad riley was o.k. and that I saved him. Sunday, 17 November, 13 9
  10. 10. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo Stay positive! 1. Compliments 2. Suggestions 3. Corrections Sunday, 17 November, 13 10
  11. 11. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 2. Suggestions Giving the author SPECIFIC ideas on how to make their writing better. Be Specific. Be Helpful. Be Kind. Try to give suggestions on how to improve, rather than point out what’s isn’t good. Instead of “It didn’t make sense,” say, “If you add more details after this sentence, it would be more clear.” Instead of “Your word choice was boring, say “Instead of using ‘good’, try the word ‘exceptional’.” Sunday, 17 November, 13 11
  12. 12. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 2. Suggestions Possible areas for suggestion: Word Choice - Did the author choose interesting words? Details - Is there a lot of detail? (ex: seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling) Organization - Can you understand what the author is trying to say? Is the story told in the right order? Sentences - Are they too long or too short? Topic - Does the author stick to the topic/story, or are there things that don’t really fit? Sunday, 17 November, 13 12
  13. 13. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 2. Suggestions Read the paragraph again. Record THREE suggestions about the paragraph that you give tell the author if you were editing this paragraph. Sunday, 17 November, 13 13
  14. 14. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 2. Suggestions We were all over my aunts house when my dog Riley was running around like crazy. He was chasing me around in circles. all of a suden I look and rile he was in the pool! swimming in my aunts pool. I couldn’t believe my eyes that the dog was in the pool. I dashed to the pool and jumpd in and swan over to Riley and pulled him to the steps. He got out and shook all over us like a sprinkler on a hot day. I was glad riley was o.k. and that I saved him. Sunday, 17 November, 13 14
  15. 15. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo Stay positive! 1. Compliments 2. Suggestions 3. Corrections Sunday, 17 November, 13 15
  16. 16. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 3. Corrections Corrections include checking your paper, or your peer’s paper for: Spelling mistakes Grammar mistakes Missing punctuation Incomplete or run-on sentences Sunday, 17 November, 13 16
  17. 17. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 3. Corrections Read the paragraph one last time. Circle, underline or use editing marks to correct errors in spelling, punctuation, or grammar. Sunday, 17 November, 13 17
  18. 18. g ram Pro te p t i n g e e S Edi Th r ome n d’s we s yla r A H fo 3. Corrections We were all over my aunts house when my dog Riley was running around like crazy. He was chasing me around in circles. all of a suden I look and rile he was in the pool! swimming in my aunts pool. I couldn’t believe my eyes that the dog was in the pool. I dashed to the pool and jumpd in and swan over to Riley and pulled him to the steps. He got out and shook all over us like a sprinkler on a hot day. I was glad riley was o.k. and that I saved him. Sunday, 17 November, 13 18
  19. 19. Remember Give GOOD feedback. Be Specific. Be Helpful. Be Kind. Give the type of feedback that you would like to receive. Complete all three steps: Compliments, suggestions, & corrections. Adapted from Read-Write-Think 2004. IRA/NCTE. http:/ /www.readwritethink.org/classroom-resources/lesson-plans/peer-edit-with-perfection-786.html Sunday, 17 November, 13 19

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