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Never Drink Out of Dirty Cups. What could happen if you drank out of a dirty cup?. You could get sick. You could get a disease. You could make other people sick. You could go to the hospital. Your Writing. You don’t want your writing to be dirty.

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what could happen if you drank out of a dirty cup
What could happen if you drank out of a dirty cup?
  • You could get sick
  • You could get a disease
  • You could make other people sick
  • You could go to the hospital
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Your Writing

  • You don’t want your writing to be dirty.
  • It needs to be cleaned up before you have a final version.
your own revising
Your Own Revising
  • When revising your writing you want to keep the following acronym in mind:

C

U

P

S

apitalization

sage

unctuation

pelling

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Your Own Revising
  • First we are going to focus on capitalization and punctuation.

C

U

P

S

apitalization

unctuation

capitalization punctuation
Capitalization & Punctuation
  • Use a highlighter to highlight the capital letters at the beginning of sentences.
  • Make sure beginning of every sentence is capitalized.
  • Highlight namesand any other proper nouns to make sure they are capitalized.
  • Highlight punctuation at end of sentences to make sure it is correct.
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Your Own Revising
  • Now we are going to focus on usage and spelling.

C

U

P

S

sage

pelling

spelling
Spelling
  • Look at every single word. Put a check √ if it is spelled correctly or a question mark? if you are not sure on top of every word.
  • Circle ⃝ the ? question marks .
usage
Usage
  • Usage is not writing like you talk. No texting allowed!
  • Watch for commonly misused words. (its, it’s, there, their, they’re, wear, were, we’re, where) etc.
  • Underline if not sure.
more usage
More Usage
  • Nouns- Circle ⃝every noun. Add an adjective (word that describes) in front of every noun to make paper more alive.
  • Verbs – Put a box around every verb. Put an adverb (slowly, passionately) before each verb. The adverb tells how/to what extent it was done.
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