Writing Skills 1

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Beginners guide to the writing process. Types of writing, synonyms/antonyms, similes/metaphors, capitalization, punctuation. Grades 6–8.
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Beginners guide to the writing process. Types of writing, synonyms/antonyms, similes/metaphors, capitalization, punctuation. Grades 6–8.

Writing Skills 1 Flipper®-Topics - CLP-393W

Types of Writing

Descriptive Writing

Descriptive Writing: Examples

Narrative Writing

Narrative Writing: Examples

Explanatory (Expository) Writing

Explanatory (Expository) Writing: Examples

Persuasive (Analytical) Writing

Persuasive (Analytical) Writing: Examples

Writing Process

Writing Process: Prewriting

Writing Process: Prewriting: Brainstorm

Writing Process: Prewriting: Organize

Writing Process: Prewriting: Outline

Writing Process: First Draft

Writing Process: Revise

Writing Process: Publishing

Paragraphs

Paragraphs: Topic Sentence

Sentences

Sentences: Complete Sentence

Sentence: Does it Make Sense?

Declarative Sentence

Declarative Sentence: Word Sequence

Interrogative Sentence

Interrogative Sentence: Word Sequence

Exclamatory Sentence

Exclamatory Sentence: Word Sequence

Imperative Sentence

Imperative Sentence: Word Sequence

Subject/Verb Agreement

Subject/Verb Agreement: Singular Subject

Subject/Verb Agreement: Plural Subject

Subject/Verb Agreement: Compound Subjects

Choosing the Right Word

Synonyms

Antonyms

Similes

Metaphors

Negatives

Negatives: Contractions

Unnecessary Words

Capitalization

Capitalization: First Word

Capitalization: Proper Nouns

Capitalization: I

Capitalization: Names of Relatives

Capitalization: Titles of Respect

Capitalization: Nationalities

Capitalization: Abbreviations

Capitalization: Titles of Books, etc.

End Punctuation

End Punctuation: Period

End Punctuation: Question Mark

End Punctuation: Exclamation Point

Comma

Comma: Series of Words

Comma: Quotation

Comma: City and State

Comma: Day and Year

Comma: Yes and No

Comma: Name of Person

Comma: Parts of a Compound Sentence

Quotation Marks

Quotation Marks: Person Speaking

Quotation Marks: Title of Song, etc.

Apostrophe

Apostrophe: Singular Nouns

Apostrophe: Plural Nouns

Apostrophe: Contraction

Word Choice

Word Choice: am, is, are

Word Choice: was, were

Word Choice: has, have

Word Choice: doesn't, don't

Word Choice: wasn't, weren't

Word Choice: run, ran

Word Choice: done, did

Word Choice: seen, saw

Word Choice: come, came

Word Choice: given, gave

Word Choice: eaten, ate

Word Choice: gone, went

Word Choice: taken, took

Word Choice: brought

Word Choice: sit, set

Word Choice: lie, lay

Word Choice: I, me

Word Choice: a, an

Content Checklist

Grammar Checklist

Punctuation Checklist

Word Choice Checklist

Resources for Writing