Peer Editing Interactive Checklist Editing your partner’s personal narrative about their worst day ever!

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<ul><li><p>Peer Editing Interactive ChecklistEditing your partners personal narrative about their worst day ever!</p></li><li><p>Do you have your partners narrative in front of you?YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Great! You are ready to start editing. </p><p>Click the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Oops! Go ask your partner for a copy of their narrative. When you are ready click the forward arrow.</p></li><li><p>Can you tell what your partner is writing about just by looking at their first paragraph?</p><p>Hint: You should make sure you know that their narrative is about their worst day ever just by looking at the very first paragraph.YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Great! Your partner is on the right track. Click the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Its ok, this is why we are editing! Put a pink mini PostIt Note next to the first paragraph and write TOPIC on it.</p><p>Then click the forward arrow.</p></li><li><p>Can you see at least four paragraphs in your partners narrative?</p><p>Hint: Look for the indents, there should be four indented paragraphs.YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Great! Keep going. </p><p>Click the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Oops! Write the number of paragraphs your partner does have in the upper right hand corner of the paper. Then write the number 4 and put a circle around it.</p><p>Then click the forward arrowto continue.</p></li><li><p>Does each paragraph have at least three sentences in it?YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Great! Keep going.</p><p>Click the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Good catch! Put a star next to paragraphs that have fewer than two sentences.</p><p>Then click on the forward arrow to continue. </p></li><li><p>Use a black marker and underline all places where you see dialogue (look for quotation marks) in the narrative.</p><p>Do you see at least three places where there is dialogue?</p><p>YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Excellent. Keep on editing! Click on the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Thats ok! Use a yellow mini PostIt and write Need more dialogue and put it on the paper.</p><p>Then click the forward arrow tocontinue.</p></li><li><p>Read this carefully!Use a pink highlighter to highlight what happened in the morning in the narrative.Use an orange highlighter to highlight what happened in the afternoon the narrative.Use a blue highlighter to highlight what happened in the evening in the narrative.</p><p>Were you able to highlight something for each part of the day?</p><p>YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Great! You are almost done with your peer editing. A few more steps to go! Click the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Read this carefully:</p><p>Take a large green PostIt. Write morning, afternoon, evening on it as if you were making a list. Then put a check mark next to the parts that are missing from the narrative. Stick this PostIt on the back of the paper.</p><p>Click on the forward arrow tocontinue.</p></li><li><p>Take a classroom glitter pen and circle all of the different describing words that you see. </p><p>Do you see at least ten different describing words?</p><p>YES</p><p>NO</p></li><li><p>Excellent. You are very close to finishing your peer edit.Click on the forward arrow to continue.</p></li><li><p>Oops, your partner needs more describing words. Use the glitter pen to write more describing words at the top.</p><p>Click on the forward arrow tocontinue.</p></li><li><p>Good job with your peer editing. Your last step is to draw a smiley face on top of your partners paper to show them what a good job they did.</p><p>When you are done, please get your paper back from your partner and sign up for a teacher conference.</p></li></ul>

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