realize that work to be shared with an audience needs editing
9.3 consider their readers'/ viewers'/ listeners' questions/ comments and begin to use such responses to assess and extend their learning
10 Students will be expected to use a range of strategies to develop effective writing and media products to enhance their clarity, precision, and effectiveness.
10.1 develop strategies for prewriting, drafting, revising, editing/proofreading, and presenting/publishing
use prewriting strategies, such as drawing, talking, and reflecting
use appropriate drafting strategies for getting ideas on paper (taking risks by using temporary spelling or by exploring various forms, writing freely with a focus on getting ideas on paper, composing simple text using a word processor)
use simple revision strategies to create a meaningful message (e.g., adding on, crossing out, starting to insert information)
use simple editing strategies (e.g., making some simple corrections in spelling and punctuation, — capitals, periods; circling and correcting a few misspelled words; using beginning dictionaries or class-made word lists as resources for spelling)