Writing Skills Reference Folder
Is the word wonderful an adjective or adverb? When can you join two sentences together and not write a run-on sentence? How do you use semi colons and colons correctly? What is the difference between a dependent clause and an independent clause? How do you capitalize a title?
Basic grammar, punctuation, sentence formatting and more are taught in The Write Foundation writing lessons throughout the curriculum. Every lesson teaches different essential writing skills. But, what do you do when you have questions about a writing skill that was taught in a previous lesson, has not been taught yet, or you just don’t remember the details?
The Write Foundation provides you with a Writing Skills Reference folder for your formatting, grammar, or punctuation questions that are not covered in a lesson you are teaching. It is now included with every writing curriculum level to help you teach, review, and grade your students’ writing. The files are designed for easy reference on your computer but can be printed for reference.
With easy access to files that answer questions about writing skills, teaching and grading become even easier. In case you want more information than what is supplied in a file, many of the files contain links to reliable writing assistance websites that go into even more details about the different writing skills.
There is no extra charge for this folder. The Writing Skills Reference folder has been added to the Additional Resources folder which is emailed to you at the email address you use when you purchase any level of The Write Foundation writing curriculum.
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