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Lesson Plan

English Lesson Plan for Grade 6

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For Autumn (September, October, November)

For September

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(Sept)

Reading strategies:

1: Main idea

1) Determine the main idea of a passage

2: Theme

1) Match the

quotations with their themes

Reading strategies:

1: Main idea

1) Determine the main idea of a passage

2: Theme

1) Match the quotations with their themes

2) Determine the themes of short stories

Reading strategies:

1: Main idea

1) Determine the main idea of a passage

2: Theme

1) Match the quotations with their themes

2) Determine the themes of short stories

Reading strategies::

1: Main idea

1) Determine the main idea of a passage

2: Theme

1) Match the quotations with their themes

2) Determine the themes of short stories

2nd week

(Sept)

Reading strategies:

3: Author’s purpose and tone Identify the author’s purpose

4: Point of view

Identify the narrative point of view

Reading strategies:

3: Author’s purpose and tone Identify the author’s purpose.

Which sentence is more formal?

4: Point of view

1) Identify the narrative point of view

2) Determine the author’s point of view.

Reading strategies:

3: Author’s purpose and tone Identify the author’s purpose

Which sentence is more formal?

1) Compare passages for tone.

4: Point of view

1) Identify the narrative point of view

2) Determine the author’s point of view.

Reading strategies:

3: Author’s purpose and tone

1) Identify the author’s purpose. Which sentence is more formal?

2)  Compare passages for tone

4: Point of view

1) Identify the narrative point of view

2) Determine the author’s point of view

3rd week

(Sept)

Reading strategies:

5: Text structure

1) Compare and contrast informational texts

6: Literary devices

Identify sensory details

Reading strategies:

5: Text structure

1) Compare and contrast informational texts

2) Match causes and effects in informational texts

6: Literary devices

1) Identify sensory details

Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source

Reading strategies:

5: Text structure

1) Compare and contrast informational texts
2) Match causes and effects in informational texts

3) Match problems with their solutions

6:Literary devices

1) Identify sensory details

2) Interpret the meaning of an allusion from its source
3) Interpret figures of speech

Reading strategies:

5: Author’s purpose and tone

1) Identify the author’s purpose

2) Which sentence is more formal?

3) Match problems with their solutions

4: Point of view

1) Identify the narrative point of view

2) Determine the author’s point of view

3) Interpret figures of speech

4th week

(Sept)

Reading strategies:

7: Analyzing literature

Analyze short stories
8: Analyzing informational texts
Read about animals

Reading strategies:

7: Analyzing literature

1) Analyze short stories

2) Label the rhyme scheme

8: Analyzing informational texts
Read about animals

Read about famous places

Reading strategies:

7: Analyzing literature

1) Analyze short stories

2) Label the rhyme scheme

8: Analyzing informational texts
Read about animals

1) Read about famous places

2) Read about science and nature

Reading strategies:

7: Analyzing literature

1) Analyze short stories

2) Label the rhyme scheme
8: Analyzing informational texts
1) Read about animals

2) Read about famous places

3) Read about science and nature

For October

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week(Oct)

Reading strategies:

9: Analyzing arguments

1) Trace an argument10: Novel Study1) Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 1

Reading strategies:

9: Analyzing arguments

1) Trace an argument2) Vocabulary review: 3) Trace an argument10: Novel Study1) Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 12)  Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 2

Reading strategies:

9: Analyzing arguments

1) Trace an argument2) Vocabulary review: 3) Trace an argument10: Novel Study1) Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 12)  Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 2

Reading strategies:

9: Analyzing arguments

1) Trace an argument2) Vocabulary review: 3) Trace an argument10: Novel Study1) Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 12)  Analyze passages from The Lightning Thief: Part 2

2nd week

(Oct)

Reading strategies:

11: Non-fiction book study

1) Analyze passages from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the

12:Comparing texts

1) Compare information from two texts

Reading strategies:

11: Non-fiction book study

1) Analyze passages from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the

12:Comparing texts

1) Compare information from two texts

2) Compare two texts with different genres

Reading strategies:

11: Non-fiction book study

1) Analyze passages from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the

12:Comparing texts

1) Compare information from two texts

2) Compare two texts with different genres

Reading strategies:

11: Non-fiction book study

1) Analyze passages from Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the

12:Comparing texts

1) Compare information from two texts

2) Compare two texts with different genres

3rd week(Oct)

Reading strategies:

13: Visual elements
1) Compare illustrations of literary and historical subjects

 

Reading strategies:

13: Visual elements
1) Compare illustrations of literary and historical subjects

2) Read graphic organizers

Reading strategies:

13: Visual elements
1) Compare illustrations of literary and historical subjects

2) Read graphic organizers

Reading strategies:

13: Visual elements
1) Compare illustrations of literary and historical subjects

2) Read graphic organizers

4th week

(Oct)

Reading strategies:

14: Revision

1) Revise half of the reading strategies

Reading strategies:

14: Revision

1) Revise half of the reading strategies

Reading strategies:

14: Revision

1) Revise half of the reading strategies

Reading strategies:

14: Revision

1) Revise half of the reading strategies

For November

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(Nov)

Writing strategies:

1: Organizing writing

1) Order topics from broadest to narrowest

  1.  

Writing strategies:

1: Organizing writing

1) Order topics from broadest to narrowest

2) Organize information by main idea

  1.  

Writing strategies:

1: Organizing writing

1) Order topics from broadest to narrowest

2) Organize information by main idea

3) Transitions with conjunctive adverbs

Writing strategies:

1: Organizing writing

1) Order topics from broadest to narrowest

2) Organize information by main idea

3) Transitions with conjunctive adverbs

2nd week

(Nov)

Writing strategies:

2: Developing and supporting arguments

1) Distinguish facts from opinions

Writing strategies:

2: Developing and supporting arguments

1) Distinguish facts from opinions

2) Choose evidence to support a claim

Writing strategies:

2: Developing and supporting arguments

1) Distinguish facts from opinions

2) Choose evidence to support a claim

3) Identify supporting details in informational text

4) Identify supporting details in literary texts

Writing strategies:

2: Developing and supporting arguments

1) Distinguish facts from opinions

2) Choose evidence to support a claim

3) Identify supporting details in informational text

4) Identify supporting details in literary texts

5) Identify counterclaims

Classify logical fallacies

3rd week

(Nov)

Writing strategies:

3: Creative techniques

Use personification
4: Editing and revising

1) Use the correct frequently confused word

 

Writing strategies:

3: Creative techniques

Use personification
4: Editing and revising

1) Use the correct frequently confused word
2) Correct errors with frequently confused words

Writing strategies:

3: Creative techniques

Use personification
4: Editing and revising

1) Use the correct frequently confused word
2) Correct errors with frequently confused words

3) Correct errors with signs

4) Correct errors in everyday use

Writing strategies:

3: Creative techniques

Use personification
4: Editing and revising

1) Use the correct frequently confused word
2) Correct errors with frequently confused words

3) Correct errors with signs

4) Correct errors in everyday use

5) Suggest appropriate revisions

4th week

(Nov)

Writing strategies:

5: Research skills

1) Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition)

2) Revision.

Writing strategies:

5: Research skills

1) Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition)

2) Revision.

Writing strategies:

5: Research skills

1) Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition)

2) Identify and correct plagiarism

3) Revision.

Writing strategies:

5: Research skills

1) Recognize the parts of a Works Cited entry (MLA 8th edition)

2) Identify and correct plagiarism

3) Revision.

For Winter (December, January, February)

For December

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(Dec)

Vocabulary:

1: Prefixes and suffixes

1) Words with pre-

Vocabulary:

1: Prefixes and suffixes

1) Words with pre-

2) Words with re-

3) Words with sub-

  1.  

Vocabulary:

1: Prefixes and suffixes

1) Words with pre-

2) Words with re-

3) Words with sub-

4) Words with mis-

5) Words with un-, dis-, in-, im-, and non-

 

Vocabulary:

1: Prefixes and suffixes

1) Words with pre-

2) Words with re-

3) Words with sub-

4) Words with mis-

5) Words with un-, dis-, in-, im-, and non-

6) Words with mis-

7) Words with un-, dis-, in-, im-, and non-

2nd week

(Dec)

Vocabulary:

1: Greek and Latin roots:

1) Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words

Vocabulary:

1: Greek and Latin roots:

1) Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words

2) Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

Vocabulary:

1: Greek and Latin roots:

1) Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words

2) Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

3) Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

Vocabulary:

1: Greek and Latin roots:

1) Use Greek and Latin roots as clues to the meanings of words

2) Use the meanings of words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

3) Use words as clues to the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

4) Determine the meanings of Greek and Latin roots

5) Determine the meanings of words with Greek and Latin roots

3rd week

(Dec)

Vocabulary:
1: Synonyms and antonyms

1) Choose the synonym

 

 

Vocabulary:
1: Synonyms and antonyms

1) Choose the synonym

2) Choose the synonym

3) Find synonyms in context

Vocabulary:
1: Synonyms and antonyms

1) Choose the synonym

2) Choose the synonym

3) Find synonyms in context

4) Choose the antonym

Vocabulary:
1: Synonyms and antonyms

1) Choose the synonym

2) Choose the synonym

3) Find synonyms in context

4) Choose the antonym

5) Find antonyms in context

4th week (Dec)

Revision

Revision

Revision

Revision

For January

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(Jan)

Vocabulary:

1: Homophones

1) Use the correct homophone

Vocabulary:

1: Homophones

1) Use the correct homophone

2) Which definition matches the sentence?

Vocabulary:

1: Homophones

1) Use the correct homophone

2) Which definition matches the sentence?

3) Which sentence matches the definition?

 

Vocabulary:

1: Homophones

1) Use the correct homophone

2) Which definition matches the sentence?

3) Which sentence matches the definition?

 

2nd week

(Jan)

Vocabulary:

1: Idioms and adages

1) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1

Vocabulary:

1: Idioms and adages

1) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1

2) Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 1

Vocabulary:

1: Idioms and adages

1) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1

2) Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 1

3) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2

Vocabulary:

1: Idioms and adages

1) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 1

2) Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 1

3) Determine the meaning of idioms from context: set 2

4) Identify the meaning of idioms and adages: set 2

3rd week

(Jan)

Vocabulary:

1: Word choice and usage

1) Describe the difference between related words

Vocabulary:

1: Word choice and usage

1) Describe the difference between related words

2) Positive and negative connotation

Vocabulary:

1: Word choice and usage

1) Describe the difference between related words

2) Positive and negative connotation

Vocabulary:

1: Word choice and usage

1) Describe the difference between related words

2) Positive and negative connotation

4th week

(Jan)

Vocabulary:

1: Analogies

1) Analogies

Vocabulary:

1: Analogies

1) Analogies

2) Analogies: challenge

Vocabulary:

1: Analogies

1) Analogies

2) Analogies: challenge

Vocabulary:

1: Analogies

1) Analogies

2) Analogies: challenge

For February

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(Feb)

Vocabulary:

1: Context clues

1) Find words using context

 

Vocabulary:

1: Context clues

1) Find words using context

2) Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context

Vocabulary:

1: Context clues

1) Find words using context

2) Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context

3) Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context

Vocabulary:

1: Context clues

1) Find words using context

2) Determine the meaning of words using synonyms in context

3) Determine the meaning of words using antonyms in context

4) Use context to identify the meaning of a word

2nd week

(Feb)

Vocabulary:

1: Domain-specific vocabulary

1) Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures

Vocabulary:

1: Domain-specific vocabulary

1) Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures

Vocabulary:

1: Domain-specific vocabulary

1) Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures

Vocabulary:

1: Domain-specific vocabulary

1) Determine the meaning of domain-specific words with pictures

3rd week

(Feb)

1: Vocabulary:

1: Reference skills

1) Alphabetical order

 

 

1: Vocabulary:

1: Reference skills

1) Alphabetical order

2) Use guide words

1: Vocabulary:

1: Reference skills

1) Alphabetical order

2) Use guide words

3) Use dictionary entries

1: Vocabulary:

1: Reference skills

1) Alphabetical order

2) Use guide words

3) Use dictionary definitions

4) Use thesaurus entries

4th week

(Feb)

Vocabulary:

Revision

Vocabulary:

Revision

Vocabulary:

Revision

Vocabulary:

Revision

For Summer (March, April, May)

For March

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(March)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Sentences, fragments, and run-ons

1) Is the sentence declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory?

2) Identify the complete subject or complete predicate of a sentence

Grammar and mechanics

1: Sentences, fragments, and run-ons

1) Is the sentence declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory?

2) Identify the complete subject or complete predicate of a sentence

3) Identify the simple subject or simple predicate of a sentence

4) Identify the compound subject or compound predicate of a sentence

Grammar and mechanics

1: Sentences, fragments, and run-ons

1) Is the sentence declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory?

2) Identify the complete subject or complete predicate of a sentence

3) Identify the simple subject or simple predicate of a sentence

4) Identify the compound subject or compound predicate of a sentence

5) Is it a complete sentence or a fragment?

6) Is it a complete sentence or a run-on?

Grammar and mechanics

1: Sentences, fragments, and run-ons

1) Is the sentence declarative, interrogative, imperative, or exclamatory?

2) Identify the complete subject or complete predicate of a sentence

3) Identify the simple subject or simple predicate of a sentence

4) Identify the compound subject or compound predicate of a sentence

5) Is it a complete sentence or a fragment?

6) Is it a complete sentence or a run-on?

7) Is it a complete sentence, a fragment, or a run-on?

8) Identify dependent and independent clauses

2nd week

(March)

Grammar and mechanics
1: Nouns
1) Identify common and proper nouns

2) Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

Grammar and mechanics
1: Nouns
1) Identify common and proper nouns

2) Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

3) Form and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

4) Form plurals: review

Grammar and mechanics
1: Nouns
1) Identify common and proper nouns

2) Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

3) Form and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

4) Form plurals: review

5) Form and use plurals: review

6) Identify plurals, singular possessives, and plural possessives

Grammar and mechanics
1: Nouns
1) Identify common and proper nouns

2) Form plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

3) Form and use plurals of nouns ending in f, fe, o, and y

4) Form plurals: review

5) Form and use plurals: review

6) Identify plurals, singular possessives, and plural possessives

7) Form the singular or plural possessive

8) identify and correct errors with plural and possessive nouns

3rd week

(March)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronouns and antecedents

1) Identify pronouns and their antecedents

2: Verb types:

1) Identify main verbs and helping verbs

2) Identify transitive and intransitive verbs

 

 

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronouns and antecedents

1) Identify pronouns and their antecedents

2) Use the pronoun that agrees with the antecedent

2: Verb types:
1) Identify main verbs and helping verbs

2) Identify transitive and intransitive verbs
3) Identify linking verbs, predicate adjectives, and predicate nouns

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronouns and antecedents 

1) Identify pronouns and their antecedents

2) Use the pronoun that agrees with the antecedent
3) Identify vague pronoun references

4) Identify all of the possible antecedents

2: Verb types:
1) Identify main verbs and helping verbs

2) Identify transitive and intransitive verbs

3) Identify linking verbs, predicate adjectives, and predicate nouns

4) What does the modal verb show?

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronouns and antecedents

1) Identify pronouns and their antecedents

2) Use the pronoun that agrees with the antecedent

3) Identify vague pronoun references

4) Identify all of the possible antecedents

5) Correct inappropriate shifts in pronoun number and person

2: Verb types:
1) Identify main verbs and helping verbs

2) Identify transitive and intransitive verbs

3) Identify linking verbs, predicate adjectives, and predicate nouns

4) What does the modal verb show?
5)  Use the correct modal verb

4th week

(March)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronoun types

1) Choose between subject and object pronouns

2) Compound subjects and objects with “I” and “me”

3) Compound subjects and objects with

pronouns 

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronoun types

1) Choose between subject and object pronouns

2) Compound subjects and objects with “I” and “me”

3) Compound subjects and objects with pronouns

4) Use possessive pronouns

5) Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronoun types

1) Choose between subject and object pronouns

2) Compound subjects and objects with “I” and “me”

3) Compound subjects and objects with pronouns

4) Use possessive pronouns

5) Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns

6) Use reflexive pronouns

7) Is the pronoun reflexive or intensive?

8) Identify relative pronouns

Grammar and mechanics

1: Pronoun types

1) Choose between subject and object pronouns

2) Compound subjects and objects with “I” and “me”

3) Compound subjects and objects with pronouns

4) Use possessive pronouns

5) Choose between personal and reflexive pronouns

6) Use reflexive pronouns
7) Is the pronoun 

8) reflexive or intensive?

9) Identify relative pronouns

10) Use relative pronouns: who and whom

11) Use relative pronouns: who, whom, whose, which, and that

For April

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(April)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Subject-verb agreement

1) Use the correct subject or verb

Grammar and mechanics

1: Subject-verb agreement

1) Use the correct subject or verb

2) Use the correct verb – with compound subjects

Grammar and mechanics

1: Subject-verb agreement

1) Use the correct subject or verb

2) Use the correct verb – with compound subjects

Grammar and mechanics

1: Subject-verb agreement

1) Use the correct subject or verb

2) Use the correct verb – with compound subjects

2nd week

(April)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Verb tense
1) Irregular past tense: review

2) Simple past, present, and future tense: review

Grammar and mechanics

1: Verb tense

1) Irregular past tense: review

2) Simple past, present, and future tense: review

3) Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense

4) Use the progressive verb tenses

Grammar and mechanics

1: Verb tense
1) Irregular past tense: review

2) Simple past, present, and future tense: review

3) Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense

4) Use the progressive verb tenses

5) Form the progressive verb tenses
6) Choose between the past tense and past participle

Grammar and mechanics

1: Verb tense
1) Irregular past tense: review

2) Simple past, present, and future tense: review

3) Correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense

4) Use the progressive verb tenses

5) Form the progressive verb tenses
6) Choose between the past tense and past participle

7) Use the perfect verb tenses

8) Form the perfect verb tenses

3rd week

(April)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Adjectives and adverbs

1) Identify adjectives

2) Order adjectives

Grammar and mechanics

1: Adjectives and adverbs

1) Identify adjectives

2) Order adjectives

3) Identify adverbs
4) Use relative adverbs

5) Choose between adjectives and adverbs

Grammar and mechanics

1: Adjectives and adverbs
1) Identify adjectives

2) Order adjectives

3) Identify adverbs

4) Use relative adverbs

5) Choose between adjectives and adverbs

6) Is the word an adjective or adverb?

7) Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives

8) Good, better, best, bad, worse, and worst

Grammar and mechanics

1: Adjectives and adverbs
1) Identify adjectives

2) Order adjectives

3) Identify adverbs
4) Use relative adverbs

5) Choose between adjectives and adverbs

6) Is the word an adjective or adverb?

7) Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives

8) Good, better, best, bad, worse, and worst

9) Form and use comparative and superlative adverbs

10) Well, better, best, badly, worse, and worst

4th week

(April)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Prepositions
1) Identify prepositions

2: Direct and indirect objects

1) Is it a direct object or an indirect object?

Grammar and mechanics
1: Prepositions
1) Identify prepositions

2) Identify prepositions and their objects
2: Direct and indirect objects

1) Is it a direct object or an indirect object?

Grammar and mechanics

1: Prepositions
1) Identify prepositions

2) Identify prepositions and their objects

3) Identify prepositional phrases
2: Direct and indirect objects

1) Is it a direct object or an indirect object?

Grammar and mechanics
1: Prepositions
1) Identify prepositions

2) Identify prepositions and their objects

3) Identify prepositional phrases
4) Prepositions: review
2: Direct and indirect objects

1) Is it a direct object or an indirect object?

For May

Grade – 6

1 Day/Week

2 Day/Week

3 Day/Week

5 Day/Week

1st week

(May)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Conjunctions
1) Use coordinating conjunctions
2) Identify coordinating conjunctions

2: Contractions

1) Pronoun-verb contractions

Grammar and mechanics

1: Conjunctions

1) Use coordinating conjunctions
2) Identify coordinating conjunctions

3) Identify subordinating conjunctions

2: Contractions

1) Pronoun-verb contractions

2) Pronoun-verb contractions

Grammar and mechanics

1: Conjunctions

1) Use coordinating conjunctions
2) Identify coordinating conjunctions
3) Identify subordinating conjunctions

4) Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions

2: Contractions

1) Pronoun-verb contractions

2) Pronoun-verb contractions

Grammar and mechanics

1: Conjunctions

1) Use coordinating conjunctions
2) Identify coordinating conjunctions
3) Identify subordinating conjunctions

4) Use the correct pair of correlative conjunctions

5) Fill in the missing correlative conjunction

2: Contractions

1) Pronoun-verb contractions

2) Pronoun-verb contractions

2nd week

(May)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Punctuation

1) Commas with series, dates, and places

2) Commas with compound and complex sentences

Grammar and mechanics

1: Punctuation

1) Commas with series, dates, and places

2) Commas with compound and complex sentences

3) Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections, and interrupters

Grammar and mechanics

1: Punctuation

1) Commas with series, dates, and places

2) Commas with compound and complex sentences

3) Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections, and interrupters
4) Commas with coordinate adjectives

5) Commas: review

6) What does the punctuation suggest?

Grammar and mechanics

1: Punctuation

1) Commas with series, dates, and places

2) Commas with compound and complex sentences

3) Commas with direct addresses, introductory words, interjections, and interrupters

4) Commas with coordinate adjectives

5) Commas: review

6) What does the punctuation suggest?

7) Commas with nonrestrictive elements

8) Use dashes

3rd week

(May)

Grammar and mechanics

1: Capitalization

1) Correct capitalization errors

2: Formatting

1) Formatting titles

Grammar and mechanics

1: Capitalization

1) Correct capitalization errors

2) Capitalizing titles

2: Formatting

1) Formatting titles

2) Formatting and capitalizing titles: review

Grammar and mechanics

1: Capitalization

1) Correct capitalization errors

2) Capitalizing titles

2: Formatting

1) Formatting titles

2) Formatting and capitalizing titles: review

3) Formatting street addresses

Grammar and mechanics

1: Capitalization

1) Correct capitalization errors

2) Capitalizing titles

2: Formatting

1) Formatting titles

2) Formatting and capitalizing titles: review

3) Formatting street addresses
4) Formatting quotations and dialogue

4th week

(May)

Grammar and mechanics

Revision:

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Grammar and mechanics

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