Day 57: #roughcopy

I don’t like the word rough copy. It sounds like there isn’t a lot of thought involved. It implies that it is not good enough. I think it’s fixed mindset lingo territory. We automatically call the final product a “good” copy…maybe it’s great, or not so good. Let’s get rid of that too. 

Here is my solution: First Attempt and Final Product

First attempt intuitively suggests you will be revisiting it, perhaps multiple times. Student’s have a positive mindset going into it. A final product suggests a polished piece without having to use the descriptor of good.

What do you think? This is my first attempt at this proposal. 

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