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Learning Objective : Use Underlining, quotations, or italics to identify titles of documents Writing conventions 1.5. Capitalization and Punctuation of Titles. Shorter Works- Poems, chapters, short stories, articles.

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Learning objective use underlining quotations or italics to identify titles of documents

Learning Objective: Use Underlining, quotations, or italics to identify titles of documents

Writing conventions 1.5


Capitalization and punctuation of titles

Capitalization and Punctuation of Titles

Shorter Works- Poems, chapters, short stories, articles

Longer Works- books, magazines, movies, plays, TV shows

The first and all Important words are capitalized

Ex: Homeward the ArrowFlight

Use italics or underline

- Ex: Homeward the Arrow Flight

- Ex: Homeward the Arrow Flight

  • The first and all important works are capitalized

    • Ex: “MyFriend has a Dog”

  • Use quotation marks. A period or a comma after the title is placed in the quotation marks. Any other punctuation following the title is placed outside the quotation marks.

    - Ex: I read the story, “My Friend has a Dog.”

    -Ex: The story, “My Friend has a Dog,” is about Larry’s new dog.


Learning objective use underlining quotations or italics to identify titles of documents

Step

  • Step 1: identify if it is a long document or short document

  • Step 2 Use quotations if it is a short document. Underline or use italics if it is long document

  • Step 3 capitalize the important words of the title.

  • I read an article in Nickelodeon Magazine.

    • A. I read an article in “Nickelodeon Magazine”.

    • B. I read an article in Nickelodeon Magazine.

    • C. I read an article in Nickelodeon Magazine.

    • D. I read an article in “Nickelodeon Magazine”


Learning objective use underlining quotations or italics to identify titles of documents

Step 1 Identify if it is a long document or short documentStep 2: If short document use quotations, if long document underline or use italicsStep 3: Capitalize important words

One of the chapters in this book is called The Leopard.

Mary is writing a poem called the brave deer.

A. Mary is writing a poem called “The Brave Deer.”

B. Mary is writing a poem called the brave deer.

C. Mary is writing a poem called “the Brave deer.”

  • A. One of the chapters in this book is called “The Leopard”

  • B. One of the chapters in this book is called “The Leopard.”

  • C. One of the chapters in this book is called The Leopard.


Learning objective use underlining quotations or italics to identify titles of documents

Step 1 Identify if it is a long document or short documentStep 2: If short document use quotations, if long document underline or use italicsStep 3: Capitalize important words

She reads a magazine called hobbies.

Nina tried a chili recipe from cooking for kids.

A. Nina tried a chili recipe from Cooking for kids.

B. Nina tried a chili recipe from Cooking For Kids.

c. Nina tried a chili recipe from Cooking for Kids.

A. She reads a magazine called “Hobbies.”

B. She reads a magazine called Hobbies.

C. She reads a magazine Called Hobbies.


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