Once feedback is received, editorial authors must immediately begin making improvements to their drafts. While you do not need to follow all of the advice of your editor, your revised editorial must:
Avoid grammatical and mechanical mistakes
Include three different types of evidence (reference SB p 251-252)
Present and support a clear perspective
Remain within 400-600 words in length
PLEASE INCLUDE A COPY OF YOUR ORIGINAL DRAFT AS WELL
If for some reason you do not receive feedback, you should still be making improvements and turning in a second draft. Pay attention to what the editor was looking for and what you should be including in these instructions.
Goals are to develop effective editorials on a subject that relies on a variety of different types of evidence in a grammatically accurate piece of writing that is persuasive and well-informed
Exemplary Work will have no apparent grammatical or mechanical errors and will include at least three effectively used different types of evidence.