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There is one item in this unit of study that I think may need more clarification. In my 30 years of classroom experience, I have found that having students correct each other can be somewhat tricky. In fact, I usually did not let students correct each other publicly. That is not to say that they did not edit each other's writing or do peer reviews; they did. However, allowing students to publicly correct each other can, sometimes, cause problems. Public correction during reading or speaking can be intimidating or feel demeaning for some students. I have seen it cause conflict between students, especially if they do not particularly like each other. In my classes, I did all public correction that I felt was important to comprehension. All other corrections were done in partnerships or individual peer review activities. Corrections by peers were always subject to challenge, if the owner of the work disagreed with the corrections.