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read reader × A Sentence a Day ¹ Short Playful Proofreading Exercises to Help Students Avoid Tripping Up When They Write ä samantha prust Î [KINDLE] ❆ A Sentence a Day: Short, Playful Proofreading Exercises to HelpOrmation as they also try to teach writing A Sentence a Day takes a different approach It focuses on short playful interesting sentences with a sense of humor Students receive proofreading practice in daily doses that don't overwhelm Each exercise should take only a few minutes of class time allowing for We started this book in May of fourth grade My homeschooler was very happy with it It is a short uick interesting lesson Far better than worksheets

pdf Ý Short Playful Proofreading Exercises to Help Students Avoid Tripping Up When They Write ✓ Samantha Prust

Freuent consistent reinforcement and practice of serious writing skills Each page of the book shows the incorrect sentence a sample correction and notes for the teacher You may write the incorrect sentence on the board or make a transparency of the page and show it on an overhead covering up the answers This is a great book for reviewing grammar and spelling skills that high school students should know It's a shame that they don't know all these by the time they get to the tenth grade but in reality they don't So I use it to review those necessary skills

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A Sentence a Day Short Playful Proofreading Exercises to Help Students Avoid Tripping Up When They WriteMany teachers have adopted the daily proofreading exercises published by large companies as a way to help students practice finding and correcting errors Sadly many students have fallen asleep over these same exercises Ordinary daily proofreading exercises try to do too much―ie force feed facts and inf I use one of the sentences almost every class HS ELA I disagree with some of the corrections often enough I’m a supporter of the oxford comma but it allows for a good class discussion Highly suggest