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6 + 1 Writing Traits

The key elements to creating a writing piece.

Mrs. Singleton

on 27 August 2012

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Transcript of 6 + 1 Writing Traits

The 6 + 1 Traits
of Writing Ideas Voice Word Choice Organization Sentence Fluency Presentation Conventions Does it sound like me? Can the reader tell how I feel? Did I use long and short sentences? Does my paper flow? Do I have spaces between my words? Questions to ask
yourself when writing! Do my sentences have different beginnings? Did I use transitions? Did I use any new words? Did I repeat any words too many times? Do my words paint a picture? How is my spelling? Did I use commas, periods, question marks, and exclamation points? Do I have capital letters? Can you tell the mood of the paper? Do I have a title? Do I have a beginning, middle, and an end? Did I tell things in order? Is my topic interesting? Is my message clear? Did I use good details
to support my ideas? How does my final piece look? Is it pleasing to the eye? Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Michigan ELA Content Standard 2: All students will demonstrate the ability to write clear and grammatically
correct sentences, paragraphs, and compositions. METS-S: All students will use a variety of digital tools to learn, create, and convey original ideas or illustrate concepts.
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