Editor in Chief Beginning 1 improves students' grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and attention to detail using a standards-based thinking approach rather than drill and practice. This effective method teaches students to carefully analyze and edit stories. This book includes 16 lessons in grammar and mechanics. Students identify and circle errors in each story and write their correction. The grammatical and mechanical errors in the paragraphs are based on general instructional guidelines for specific grade levels; the content level, however, is ungraded, allowing usage of these materials at many instructional levels. Writing styles and content are varied to sustain interest and to broaden the students' exposure to different writing formats, such as letters, stories, and dialogue. The illustrations integrated into the context of the activities further spark student interest. The skills developed can be applied to the students' own writing. Detailed answers are also included. Editor in Chief Beginning 1 includes lessons and practice with the following concepts: *Capitalization *Punctuation *An and A *Verb Tenses *Contractions *Nouns and Pronouns *Singular and Plural *Am, Is, Are *Me and I *Subject/Verb Agreement *Was and Were *Run-On Sentences *Sentence Fragments *Good and Well *Comparisons *Homophones
- Type: Paperback (Student/Stdy Gde)
- Category: > Home Schooling
- ISBN / UPC: 9781601442710/1601442718
- Publish Date: 1/1/2010
- Item No: 219413
- Vendor: Critical Thinking Co.