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Peer Review: Narrative
|Grades||6 – 8|
|Lesson Plan Type||Minilesson|
|Estimated Time||60 minutes|
- Narrative PQP Peer-Review Form (Each student will need one copy to fill out for every student in their group.)
- Sample Peer-Review Comments
- Overhead or student copies of the Range of Response Comments
- Before this lesson, students will have written a text of some sort that includes dialogue. You might use the lesson plan A Picture's Worth a Thousand Words: From Images to Detailed Narrative as your writing activity.
- Makes copies and overheads and/or write information on chart paper or the board.
- If students need a reminder before the peer review begins, use Narrative Essays, from LEO: Literacy Education Online, as an overview to remind students of the basic essentials to look for in a narrative.