Writing Vocabulary 3a

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Writing vocabulary for second grade


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  • 1. 
    Proofread
    • A. 

      Read for fun

    • B. 

      Read for mistakes

    • C. 

      Read for your family

    • D. 

      Read to prove you know how to read

  • 2. 
    Checklist
    • A. 

      List of checks

    • B. 

      List of marks on a paper

    • C. 

      List of items you need to do

    • D. 

      List of things to buy at the store

  • 3. 
    Complete sentence
    • A. 

      A sentence that has a naming and a telling part

    • B. 

      A sentence with many words

    • C. 

      A sentence that tells who is in the sentence

    • D. 

      A sentence that tells you what to do

  • 4. 
    Conclusion
    • A. 

      A sentence(s) that tells what your story will be about

    • B. 

      A sentence(s) that provides a detail for your story

    • C. 

      A sentence(s) that greets the reader

    • D. 

      A sentence(s) that tells what your story was about

  • 5. 
    Revise
    • A. 

      To make changes in your story so it makes sense

    • B. 

      To make changes in your story so it will be short and clear

    • C. 

      To make changes in your story so it will be neat

    • D. 

      To make changes in your story so the spelling and punctuation are correct

  • 6. 
    Grammar
    • A. 

      Your grandmother

    • B. 

      A bunch of words

    • C. 

      Proper language

    • D. 

      A sentence

  • 7. 
    Introduction
    • A. 

      The ending of a story that tells what the story was about

    • B. 

      The middle of a story that describes the problem

    • C. 

      The beginning of a story that names the author and illustrator

    • D. 

      The beginning of a story that sets the mood

  • 8. 
    Organization
    • A. 

      The sequence of illustrations in a story

    • B. 

      The sequence of events in a story

    • C. 

      The sequence of numbers in the story

    • D. 

      The sequence of details in a story

  • 9. 
    Edit
    • A. 

      To change your story to make it shorter and easier to understand

    • B. 

      To change your story to make it more beautiful and easier to read

    • C. 

      To change your story to make it longer

    • D. 

      To change your story to add illustrations

  • 10. 
    Detail
    • A. 

      A tail of an animal

    • B. 

      A long sentence that is interesting

    • C. 

      Words at the beginning of a story

    • D. 

      Word(s) that can make a story more interesting