Peer editing, writing, storytelling, journalism
Structured peer editing of student writing provides a valuable tool for teaching writing concepts and skills. This write-up describes a detailed process for teaching and using peer editing in a journalism class. The goal of the peer editing is to help students understand and apply concepts and skills used to craft engaging and informative news stories, and to develop skills providing and receiving feedback about writing.
Cornwall, Warren, "Peer Editing as Learning Tool" (2018). Backward by Design Mini-Studies. 22.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Journalism--Study and teaching; Journalism--Study and teaching; Report writing--Study and writing; Peer review
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