Editing a piece of writing, whether it is imaginative writing or factual writing, is an integral part of the writing process. An author would seldom submit a piece of writing to a publisher without first having edited it. Some authors are known to edit their work many, many times. Teaching pupils how to edit their own written work is vital. This method of editing is called the ARRR Method (Adding, Re-arranging, Removing, Replacing) and it teaches pupils simple strategies that they can use while re-drafting their written work.
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