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Natalie Kojima

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Writer's Workshop # 8.5 - Revising your realistic fiction story

After you've finished writing your story (or maybe you've written multiple stories in your series already!), it's important to revise your writing. To revise means to fix it up and make it even better! If you've completed Writer's Workshop #8 and used a checklist or rubric to self-assess your writing, then you probably have something you're working on to make your writing even better. Way to have a growth mindset, understanding that we can improve by practicing and trying to improve! Watch the video. Learn some tips on how to revise your story/stories. Try those out by going back to your stories and making them even better! Share one or more of your stories with us by using the :camera: photo and microphone tools or the video tool to read us your writing. Then after you've submitted the activity, go see what your classmates have submitted on their journals and comment on their stories they've shared. You can also give them complements and helpful advice on how they can make their books even better. You can use your classmates' ideas to further improve your own books, too!

1st Grade, Writing
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Additional lesson to supplement Lucy Calkin's Writer's Workshop Unit of Study 4 - Realistic Fiction/Series Writing