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  1. KNOW YOUR STUFF?KNOW YOUR STUFF!KNOW YOUR STUFF? USING PUNCTUATION & CAPTIALIZATION PLC Activity 4th Grade S. Boyd 2009/2010

  2. Directions… • Paragraphs from popular books appear on the following slides. The words have been copied correctly, but there are a lot of punctuation and capitalization mistakes. • See how many you can find. • Correct them by erasing the errors. • Type in the correct letters and punctuation marks. • Compare your work to the author’s by clicking the right arrow key. KNOW YOUR STUFF? KNOW YOUR STUFF!

  3. She’s wearing her pajamas! Said her brother, stink, when she came downstairs “You can t wear pajamas to school!” Judy Moody did not want to give up summer she did not feel like brushing her hair every day she did not feel like memorizing spelling words. And she did not want to sit next to Frank Pearl, who ate paste, in class Judy Moody by Megan McDonald (11 errors)

  4. “She’s wearing her pajamas!”said her brother, Stink, when she came downstairs. “You can’t wear pajamas to school!” Judy Moody did not want to give up summer.She did not feel like brushing her hair every day. She did not feel like memorizing spelling words. And she did not want to sit next to Frank Pearl, who ate paste, in class. Judy Moody by Megan McDonald

  5. there was a crunch Then there was silence The peach rolled on behind it, aunt sponge and Aunt spiker lay ironed out upon the grass as flat and thin and lifeless as a couple of paper dolls cut out of a picture book James and the Giant Peach (9 errors) by Roald Dahl

  6. There was a crunch. Then there was silence. The peach rolled on.Behind it, Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker lay ironed out upon the grass as flat and thin and lifeless as a couple of paper dolls cut out of a picture book. James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

  7. Ralph did not want to grow up to be a crumb-scrounging mouse like uncle lester he did not want to settle down in a nest of shredded Kleenex behind the baseboard of the linen room he wanted a life of speed and danger and excitement he wanted to be free – Free to do as he pleased and go when he pleased on his shiny red motorcycle Runaway Ralph (10 errors) by Beverly Cleary

  8. Ralph did not want to grow up to be a crumb-scrounging mouse like Uncle Lester. He did not want to settle down in a nest of shredded Kleenex behind the baseboard of the linen room. He wanted a life of speed and danger and excitement. He wanted to be free – free to do as he pleased and go when he pleased on his shiny red motorcycle. Runaway Ralph by Beverly Cleary

  9. Mitch mccall grimaced as he pulled the lollipop off his head it took some hairs with it which really seemed to upset him probably because he was already kind of bald on top “Im so sorry mom said handing him a Wetwipe from her bag. Double Fudge (11 errors) by Judy Blum

  10. Mitch McCall grimaced as he pulled the lollipop off his head.It took some hairs with it, which really seemed to upset him, probably because he was already kind of bald on top. “I’m so sorry,”Mom said handing him a Wetwipe from her bag. Double Fudge by Judy Blum

  11. I bet a hundred dollars you wouldnt really eat a worm you talk big now, but you wouldn’t if you were sitting at the dinner table with a worm on your plate” “I bet I would Id eat fifteen worms if somebody’d bet me a hundred dollars How to Eat Fried Worms (8 errors) by Thomas Rockwell

  12. “I bet a hundred dollars you wouldn’t really eat a worm.You talk big now, but you wouldn’t if you were sitting at the dinner table with a worm on your plate.” “I bet I would. I’d eat fifteen worms if somebody’d bet me a hundred dollars.” How to Eat Fried Worms by Thomas Rockwell

  13. There is no lake at camp green lake. there once was a very large lake here the largest lake in texas that was over a hundred years ago. now it is just a dry flat wasteland (11 errors) Holes by Louis Sachar

  14. There is no lake at Camp Green Lake. There once was a very large lake here, the largest lake in Texas. That was over a hundred years ago. Now it is just a dry, flat wasteland. Holes by Louis Sachar

  15. charlotte is the best storyteller I ever heard, said fern, poking her dish towel into a cereal bowl Fern, said her mother sternly, “you must not invent things you know spiders don’t tell stories spiders can’t talk. Charlotte’s Web (12 errors) by E.B.White

  16. “Charlotte is the best storyteller I ever heard,” said Fern, poking her dish towel into a cereal bowl. “Fern, “ said her mother sternly, “you must not invent things.You know spiders don’t tell stories. Spiders can’t talk.” Charlotte’s Web by E.B.White

  17. Good afternoon, “ said Dumbledore holding out his hand. MrsCole simply gaped. my name is albus dumbledore. I sent you a letter requesting an appointment and you very kindly invited me here today.” Mrs Cole blinked. Apparently deciding that Dumbledore was not a hallucination, she said feebly Oh yes. Well then youd better come into my room. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (13 errors)by J.K. Rowling

  18. “Good afternoon, “ said Dumbledore, holding out his hand. Mrs. Cole simply gaped. “My name is Albus Dumbledore. I sent you a letter requesting an appointment and you very kindly invited me here today.” Mrs. Cole blinked. Apparently deciding that Dumbledore was not a hallucination, she said feebly,“Oh yes. Well then you’d better come into my room.” Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by J.K. Rowling

  19. If you wish to save your work to show your teacher how your writing is improving, follow these directions:Click fileSave AsSelect your H driveRename the file: Know Your StuffHit Save

  20. KNOW YOUR STUFF!CREDITSCover Art for featured booksUsed in compliance with “Fair Use” for EducatorsMicrosoft Online Clip Art PLC Activity 4th Grade S. Boyd 2009/2010