In this lesson, students learned about universal editing symbols.
In the first example, students identified errors and the proper symbols needed to mark the error.
The second example was left for students to edit and hand in. The students were expected to find all of the errors and mark them using the symbols learned in the lesson.
Students met the outcome, with the exception of one or two, by finding all or almost all (missing no more than three out of ten). All students used the appropriate symbols, which showed me that they learned the lesson on universal editing symbols, but may have needed extra help identifying errors in the writing.