Sideshadowing - Empowering Students to Self-Evaluate and...

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Empowering Students to Self-Evaluate and Revise by Sideshadowing Response to Writing In a writing classroom, sideshadowing can multiply the stories we would tell about a draft, what its reality is, what its future might be, by calling on students to initiate, to extend, a marginal conversation with their writing. Nancy Welch … contraries can interact productively instead of fruitlessly fighting or conflicting with each other. Peter Elbow Presented by Nancy Welch, Vivette Milson-Whyte, and Katia Mello Vieira CCCC 2007 New York, New York
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Welch’s SAMPLE SIDESHADOWING (Welch 386)
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Sideshadowing Response I: Evaluating Your own Draft (a) Create a guide question for your draft. Write the question at the top of your draft. Annotate the draft (See next 2 slides) Sample Questions - Basic -How well do the hook, thesis, and forecast work? -Do I use only one idea/point/claim in each of my body paragraphs? -How well does my conclusion wrap up my thoughts and redirect
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2008 for the course ENGL 107 taught by Professor Merritt during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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