This PowerPoint explains and illustrates most of the capitalization rules.
The two activities below are practice assignments
1. Click on "4. Play a Learning Game" the "High School" section to test yourself on capitalization.
2. Capitalization Jeopardy
Ready for more of a challenge?
3. Take the "quiz" below to see how well you understand capitalization rules.
1. Link to video explaining subject and predicates (verbs)
2. GAME FOR SUBJECT AND VERBS
3. School House Video Subject and Verbs
4. Link to video and subject-verb identification web quiz
Fragments and Run-on's
1. Click on the link below to test your knowledge of fragments.
2. View the PowerPoint to obtain a deeper understanding of fragments and run-on's, as well as to quiz yourself.
3. Fragment exercises
4. LINK TO WRITING (Fragment SAS Lesson)
5. GAMES: Click on the link below to play games focused on identifying fragments.
The PowerPoint below contains notes on punctuation. You need to enlarge the screen to read the words. Don't pay any attention to the highlighting.
APOSTROPHES: This website reviews apostrophe rules. This is wonderful for review!
NOTES FOR QU. MARKS and UNDERLINING/ITALICS
When you go to the website below, go to the section labeled "Writing and Grammar" and click on "Grammar Arcade. "
Then, click on the Comma game. Play the high school level.
1. COMMA GAME
2. COMMA GAME AND OTHER GRAMMAR GAMES
3. Comma Review game:
4. SEMICOLON GAME
5. APOSTROPHE GAME
Writing...Oh, what f-u-n!
When typing a document, please adhere to the following guidelines:
* use an easily readable font (Times New Roman, Cambria, or Comic Sans)
* use size 12 font
* include a header with name, date, and period
or use MLA format (Pay attention to which instructions I give you.)
* use one-inch margins.
Capitalization Quiz (This is not a grade.)
MLA Citation website: http://easybib.com
A WEB WHITEBOARD