Use capitalization correctly (e.g., proper adjectives, within quotations). 0601.1.3
Links verified on 4/24/2014
- Business English at Work: Capitalization - [35 slides] extensive explanation of capitalization rules with examples. This show could be used as part of a directed teaching lesson.
- Capital Letters - nine multiple choice questions, decide which choice is capitalized correctly
- Capitalization - Quia quiz
- Capitalization - quiz
- Capitalization - [designed for grade 7] ten multiple-choice questions; after completion the graded page will explain the reason for each answer
- Capitalization - 19 multiple choice questions plus a bonus question
- Capitalization - 11 sentences to edit for correct capitalization
- Capitalization Quiz - twelve sentences, decide if they are capitalized correctly or not
- Capitalization Quiz - 11 multiple choice questions from the Blue Book of Grammar
- Capitalization Quiz - Ten sentences have been written in all lowercase letters. Rewrite each sentence using uppercase letters where necessary.
- Capitalization Quiz - Choose whether the word missing should be capitalized or not.
- Capitalization 1 Quiz - [Quia quiz] Read each sentence carefully. Look for an error in capitalization. Choose the answer that shows the correction that needs to be made. [ten multiple choice questions]
- Capitalization and Punctuation: Capital Letters Exercise - Click on the "paragraph" button and a paragraph without capitalization will appear in the text area. Make whatever corrections are necessary to the text before clicking on the "answer" button to compare your corrections to the computer's version of this paragraph.
- Capitalization Rules Worksheets [circle each incorrectly used lowercase or capital letter] - Worksheet 1 | Worksheet 2 | Worksheet 3
- Capitalization Worksheets - Scroll to the bottom of the page and select your grade level and capitalization topic.
- Capitalization Worksheets from Georgia Southern University - Worksheet 1 |
- Exercise in Capitalization - eighty spaces, each space is preceded by an "opportunity for error" in capitalization
- The Importance of Punctuation - Rewrite each sentence, punctuating it differently. (You may have to capitalize letters, but don't change any of the words.) Can you think of more than one way to change some of the sentences?
- Quotation Marks - Lesson plan using comics in the newspaper. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Quotation Marks: Exercise - online exercise; In the following sentences put in quotation marks wherever they are needed, and underline words where italics are needed. [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Using Correct Capitalization and Punctuation - Self Test 1 - fifteen multiple-choice questions
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