The top three images are the long version. They opened this document (from my school dropbox) when we were in the computer lab and they used it as a guide to work on edits. They were encouraged to work in pairs to peer edit as well.
Helpful Hint? The bottom two images are the rubric and short version of the edit suggestions. I print four of each to a page, one on front and the other on back, so that I can staple the quarter page with both to each student’s paper. It saves paper and makes grading easier.
Taking a page out of Tomes’ book with the annotations, DIDLS-style. I wrote a sample analysis of H.D.’s “Helen” (for us to break down together in class) and it made me want to write a paper ha! a little nostalgic for college (didn’t see that one coming). I’ll let you know how tomorrow goes..
So this is a thing we’re doing in my English class. The teacher calls it DIDLS which is basically just pronounced “diddles”. While we were doing it she was trying to get us back on track so she said “Come on guys, we’re DIDLing right now!” Diddling….