In two or three words, how would you describe the process of editing narrative writing?
Look for spelling and grammar mistakes. Check for clarity and structure. Proofread for typos and errors.
Editing Narrative Writing
spelling: The arrangement of letters in order to form words. grammar: The rules that govern the structure of sentences in a language. clarity: The quality of being clear, distinct, or easy to understand.
The world's longest word is 189,819 letters long. In ancient times, people wrote on clay tablets. In 1828, Noah Webster published the first dictionary with American English words.
Work together in pairs: How did you grow as a writer today by reflecting on your narrative writing? What is one new editing strategy you can use for future writing?
Work together in pairs: Describe one key takeaway you learned about editing narrative writing in this lesson and how you can apply it to your writing.
Brain break: Draw a picture of yourself as a superhero using only vegetables for your costume!