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Students edit their editorials using the Editing Checklist (Handout 6.1a). Students work on computers to correct their writing.
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Teacher and students use a rubric to evaluate and improve their editorials. The rubric will serve as a guide as students prepare their editorials for publication.
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Students create appealing titles for their editorials. Then they publish their finished pieces on their Writing Matters class ezine.
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Students read one another’s work and post their comments on the class ezine. The process is scaffolded by a series of “sentence starters” that keep the remarks focused and thoughtful.
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Animation: Edit & Publish

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Animated short on editing/publishing your editorial.
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Animated short on revising your editorial's point of view.
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Students use this handout as an editing checklist for their editorial.
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Student use this handout as a "How To" guide for publishing on the writing matters website. (http://www.writingmatters.org)
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Visuals for Step 6 of Writing Editorials.
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