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RefineWhat revision strategies did you use to refine your work-- make it come alive?
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InventHow did your refine your writing ideas so they are truly your ideas? How do they show your commitment to the topic? What in your writing shows your appropriate attitude for the audience and purpose?
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ConnectHow will your readers know exactly what you mean without details and descriptions? How do you think about what your reader will need to know? Connect what you know to what your reader does not know.
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OwnBe able to explain your writing: how and why you chose the topic, how you developed the ideas and details, how you connected to the reader, what you did well, and what you need to do better. Use the lesson notes in your notebook to plan your goals and explain what you can do well.
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RefineWhat revision strategies did you use to refine your work-- make it come alive?
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InventHow did your refine your writing ideas so they are truly your ideas? How do they show your commitment to the topic? What in your writing shows your appropriate attitude for the audience and purpose?
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ConnectHow will your readers know exactly what you mean without details and descriptions? How do you think about what your reader will need to know? Connect what you know to what your reader does not know.
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OwnBe able to explain your writing: how and why you chose the topic, how you developed the ideas and details, how you connected to the reader, what you did well, and what you need to do better. Use the lesson notes in your notebook to plan your goals and explain what you can do well.
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RefineWhat revision strategies did you use to refine your work-- make it come alive?
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InventHow did your refine your writing ideas so they are truly your ideas? How do they show your commitment to the topic? What in your writing shows your appropriate attitude for the audience and purpose?
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ConnectHow will your readers know exactly what you mean without details and descriptions? How do you think about what your reader will need to know? Connect what you know to what your reader does not know.
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OwnBe able to explain your writing: how and why you chose the topic, how you developed the ideas and details, how you connected to the reader, what you did well, and what you need to do better. Use the lesson notes in your notebook to plan your goals and explain what you can do well.
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