Discuss with students how important it is for them to learn from feedback, especially when they are practicing their writing. Remind them that in the last lesson (Lesson 9), they focused more on making sure they have good supporting details than on having a pretty paragraph.
Today, they will continue to be sure they have enough information and details. Their peers can help them. • But now they will also focus on taking that information and putting it in the form of an actual paragraph.
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