An Analogy with the Acronym M.I.C.E. to Teach Editing and Revising so that ALL Students can Learn!
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This video uses the acronym M.I.C.E. along with some actual toy mice construction cones gold cups, and some hands and arm that you can buy at Walmart to model one easy way to remember the complete process of teaching editing and revising.
You might want to take notes as you follow along on the video!
M modeling mentoring
C. Corrections. (editing)
Adding Removing Replacing Moving
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