Everyday Edit: Sapporo Snow Festival

April is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, so for the next 30 days I’ll post a plethora of materials related to the history of Asia and Asians in global history. To that end, here is an Everyday Edit worksheet on the Sapporo Snow Festival. If you find typos in this document, fix them! That’s the point of the exercise.

Because I always feel remiss anytime I fail to give credit where credit is due, let me remind you (as I will every time I post an Everyday Edit) that the good people at Education World post on their website, free for the taking, a yearlong supply of Everyday Edits. If we want students to write well–and I’m hard pressed to imagine why we wouldn’t–they need to learn to copyedit.

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