Writing a Biography - Part Three

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Grade Level
High School
Subject
History
Length of Time
1 hour
Description

In this lesson, students will edit and revise their first draft.



They will type their final copy on the computer.

Goals

Students will learn:
How to edit and revise
How to write their final copy

Materials Needed

Pens and Whiteouts
Notebook paper
Computer

Procedure

First, you will have the students take their first drafts and read them over during their class and edit and revise their work.

They will edit their work for grammatical errors, punctuation, spelling, sentence structure, paragraph structure, organization, quotations, and research information such as pages, books, and websites.

When they have their first draft completed, then they can write their final copy.

After that, they can type their final copy on the computer before they submit it for grading.

They can type their paper as a homework assignment and submit it the next day.

Grading

There won't be any grading until they have completed their final copy.

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