Proofreading - CCSS L.6.2, L.6.3
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- Exercise in Capitalization - If a word is capitalized correctly, write a C in the space; if it is incorrect, write an I (use capital letters). "submit application" does not work as it is from the WayBack Machine. Can use on IWB as whole class activity, or each student can take a numbered sentence to correct and present to the class.
- Exercises at Grammar Bytes - To start proofreading, select any Interactive Exercise and begin. Nine categories are listed at the top of the page.
- Extreme Sentence Surgeons -Your paragraph surgery skills will be needed as critically injured paragraphs enter your emergency room. Their injuries are significant: poor spelling, no punctuation, wrong word usage, and much more.Use your superior skills to fix the bad spelling words, add commas, capital letters, periods, apostrophes, and change words used incorrectly.
- Power Proofreading - Choose your grade level. Each grade level offers various skills to practice. (Grades 2-8)
- Proofreading Exercise #1 - If the sentences are not correct, choose the type of error the sentences illustrate.
- Proofreading Exercise #2 - If the sentences are not correct, choose the type of error the sentences illustrate.
- Proofreading for Errors in Verb Tense - [not interactive] Five paragraphs are listed and you are told how many errors are there. Answers are below the last paragraph.
- Proofreading Game - [Quia] Read sentences for errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling and usage.
- Proofreading Makes Perfect - Correct errors in grammar, usage, punctuation and spelling.
- Proofreading Practice - Two exercises in correcting passages
- Proofreading Practice - [Advanced Level] These passages were designed for 9th grade students.