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Writing

Beginning, Middle, End

Capitalize

Checklist
Opening, Body, Conclusion

Beginning of sentences, proper nouns, Titles, Books,etc.

Does your sentence/paragraph have all of the necessary details?
Clarity

Details

Directions
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Writing

Summarize

Thank you letter

Unity
Briefly tell what the selection is about in YOUR own words

Proper heading, body, closing

Staying on the main topic/subject/making sense to the reader.

Writing

Variety of sentences

Who, What, Where, When, Why, How
Simple.(State who/where)
Compound.(State more than one thought, first, then)
Complex. (Before, First, Second, Then, Next,Finally.

Include all 5 in writing

Writing

Prewriting

Proper Names

Punctuation
List of ideas, rough draft,

Names, Cities, Countries, States, Streets, Mr. Mrs. Miss

Beginning/Middle: Capital letters, commas, quotations, apostrophes,
Ending:periods, question marks, exclamation marks etc.

Writing

Retell

Revise

Summary
Follow directions: Use your own words or use the words from the selection.

Make small changes to what has been said or done

What you have read -- What YOU write in your own words from selection read.

Writing

Retell

Revise

Summary
Follow directions: Use your own words or use the words from the selection.

Make small changes to what has been said or done

Tie everything you have written about together so it makes sense/understood by reader.
Writing

Clarity

Details

Directions
Ideas are clearly stated

Topic, supportive sentences, closing

Stay on topic/focus on key terms
Writing

Informal Report

Invent

Invitation
General, opinion, support with details from the story or your past.

Make believe, invention of idea, tool, place, time

Like a friendly letter but will include theme, date, time
Writing

Narrator of story

Personal experience narrative

Poet
Who is telling the story (You, He, She, Him, Her, I)

How can you relate to the story? What is something similar or oposite that has happened to you?

Tells the story from many perspectives, tree, rain, puddle,etc.
Writing

Journal-Letter form or paragraph

Letter to editor (persuade, inform)

main character
Telling about yourself, activities

How can you get someoe on your side? Give facts, opinions, beliefs.

Who is the story, event about?

Writing

Edit

Fictional narrative

friendly letter
Check spelling, punctuation, indentation
Story is make-believe

Greeting, Body, Closing, Signature
Writing

Edit

Fictional narrative

friendly letter
Check spelling, punctuation, indentation
Story is make-believe

Greeting, Body, Closing, Signature (Informative