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1. Offer to revise & edit the paper of someone near you.2. Check for 8.2 Format- if the paragraphs are not 4.1/8.2/8.2/(8.2 for any other body paragraphs/Conclusion, Mark Control of writing and Evidence: Not Yet3. READ THE PAPER all the way through without making any notes or comments.4. Using the rubric you have been given: score each section. For each category (Focus, Thesis, Evidence, etc.) highlight and label one example of an area that needs improvement which is directly related to the rubric score they received. 5.If you have commentary that might help them when they revise, feel free to write it down. Remember to keep your criticism constructive.

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self evaluation weekend essay
Self-evaluation- Weekend Essay

Name

Mrs. Sefcik

Engl III AP, Period

Date

<insert topic> Weekend Essay Self- Evaluation

  • What do you think you did particularly well in this piece of writing?
  • Locate a “golden line,” the best sentence in your draft, and explain why this line is so powerful.
  • If you had more time to spend on your draft, what would you do to make it better?
  • What did you learn from this writing experience that you could use in the future?
  • What did you learn about yourself as a writer?