Proofreading Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.5.3

Core Standard

Learn to edit and revise work is as demanding as learning to be good writer, ask an editor of any publication in digital form or print. We often start by reviewing our own work. I would argue it is best to start by editing the work of others. When we reread our own work, we hear what we intended to write, not what is actually written on the page. Peer editing is a great way to promote this task in your classroom. When begin editing work you will learn better uses of grammar and mechanics. We encourage you to start by reading your work out loud. This will help you easily pinpoint errors and mistakes. These worksheets will help you kick off your proofreading career in a positive manner.









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