Results from yesterday's vote on our next project
1. Provide positive, specific and helpful feedback to a peer
2. Refine your op-ed
STARTER #45: Op-Ed Self Critique
Example question: Ashley, I am confused as to whether or not my moral philosophy really applies to my topic and if I have smoothly integrated that argument into my op-ed
1. News Flash: Real Life Heinz Dilemma!
2. How to quote in an op-ed mini-lesson
Unlike most writing where you cite evidence from other texts, you don't use "parenthetical citation"-- meaning you don't put the author's last name and/or page # in parentheses after the quote. Rather, you just set up the quote as you normally do.
3. Peer Critique Instructions: Op-Ed Peer Critique (Have TWO classmates critique your drafts. Be sure to save the edits to turn in w/ your draft to me so I can see your refinements from your peer critiqued draft and the one you submit to me on Friday at 11:59 pm)
You cannot submit your op-ed to me until you have had peer critique AND refined it based on the critique!
4. Refinement time!
5. Thanksgiving plans/appreciations!
Humanities 11 Teacher at Animas High School