Step

Who

What

Where

When

How

Why

1

You
Post your first draft
In the corresponding wiki page
Before the agreed deadline
Follow task instructions.

These will be explained in class, and you will also have them in written form, here in the wiki.

2

The teacher / your classmates
Highlights errors in your first draft (between 3 and 5).

These error will not only relate to grammar.
In the wiki
Before the exam
Pink background: basic errors you should know how to correct.

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Side wiki comment: Tips on how to find an answer
CAPITAL LETTERS: The teacher adds something she thinks it is normal you do not know yet

Crossing out word or sentences that are too incorrect or should not be there.

Directing you to extra resources.
To help you improve your first draft

To guide you to correct your own errors.

The teacher will do her best to correct each of you according to your level.

3

The teacher
Gives general comments
In class
Before the exam
Using a PPT or group work.
To highlight common errors, and provide correct choices, so that you improve your English.

4

You
You should answer the teacher's comments to your first draft, making sure you understand them.

You should copy and paste the first draft and make a second draft, highlighting improvements
Under the first draft.
Before the exam.
The improvements on the second draft should be VERY visible.
To promote a dialogue with your teacher that would help you become a better writer.

IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND A COMMENT, SAY SO!!!

5

You
List three things that you have improved in your second draft
In your Learning Diary's template
Before the exam
Fill out the template.
To get your Learning Diary mark.

To help you reflect about language and summarise learning.

Why would you want to do all this? Because it gets you an extra point in your composition mark in the exam.