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After handing back students’ first drafts of essays, it’s time to discuss what they can do for the second draft. The teacher can ask students, “So all you need to do is fix the grammar and spelling, and you’ll be through, correct?” This is likely to get many nods of heads. The teacher can then lead a discussion on how a second draft is much more than just fixing surface mistakes and give out a handout showing all the things that can be done in a second draft.
A system of symbols can be used: e.g., an addition sign =add development, analysis, details; a minus sign means take out repetition and irrelevancies; a multiplication sign means change the same old introduction or same old conclusion.
This is an effective lesson summary because it gives students direction for their second draft and a set of symbols to talk about revision strategies.