Editor in Chief Beginning 1 by Cherie Plant
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Editor in Chief® Beginning 2
Engaging children in the editing process, critical thinking skills, correct grammar and punctuation usage are self-enforced with each Editor in Chief exercise. Teaching students to carefully analyze and edit stories, students identify and circle errors and write in their correction. The errors are based on grade level--while the contextual content itself is ungraded--to allow these books to be used at most levels. Writing styles and content is varied to expose students to different writing formats such as letters, stories, and dialogue. Detailed answers are also included.
This highly acclaimed, award-winning series teaches grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and critical reading in a Description Product Details Reviews This highly acclaimed, award-winning series teaches grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and critical reading in a standards-based thinking approach rather than drill and practice. After a concise lesson that explains and illustrates the mechanics of writing, students carefully analyze and edit stories, letters, and articles that contain mechanical errors.