This lesson is very similar to Module 2A, Unit 3, Lesson 15. This lesson is largely dependent on each student having access to a computer, online dictionary, and a printer.
Set purpose: Remind students that they will be sharing their published editorials with an audience, their classmates. Tell them that in order to publish their editorials, they need to be sure everything is complete and correct. Today they will have time to polish their writing. Remind them that they now have an edited draft complete with their revised beginning and ending. It is on this draft that they will correct their conventions.
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From EngageNY.org of the New York State Education Department. Grade 4 ELA Module 3A, Unit 3, Lesson 14.
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