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Writing correction symbols

Improve your writing skills with this comprehensive guide on understanding and using writing correction symbols. Discover how to identify and correct common errors to enhance the quality of your writing.
Editing Marks Sheet Teacher's Take-Out 3rd Grade Writing, Writing School, Ela Writing, Editing Writing, Writing Lessons, English Writing, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Tips

Do your students need to practice editing their work? To begin editing work, students need to become familiar with editing marks. Below I have a Free Editing Marks Sheet for primary students. Students use the editing marks to correct sentences. This sheet is kid-friendly and easy to use. It gives an example of each mark. There are also friendly reminders at the bottom of the page for students to check their writing. This is perfect for any writer's workshop. Teach editor's symbols so…

Claire Geber
Editing Marks, Peer Editing, Copy Editing, Editing Writing, Writing Tips, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts, Writing Posters, Writing Revision

For your pleasure, Gentle Reader, I present to you a few of the words I had to double check during copy edits: appealing feasible excellent capacity probably fortifying imprisoned I know, I know, you must find that absolutely scintillating. However, I beg your indulgence in a few idiosyncratic moments (or do I mean erratic?) for […]

Mariya Tsurkan
Editing Symbols Editing Writing, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Resources, Writing Life, Novel Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Reading Writing

Maybe I'm a nerd, but I love the editing process. I love recasting sentences to make them stronger, choosing specific words to make dialogue sing, correcting grammar until it's fit to print and drawing little squibblies all over the page (mainly because I like the way squibblies look). Honestly, I use editing marks so much that sometimes I get bored with the usual suspects and make up my own.

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