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six plus one traits of writing

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on 14 January 2013

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Transcript of six plus one traits of writing

Six Plus One Traits of Writing Ideas/Content Organization Voice Word Choice Sentence Fluency Conventions Presentation Your ideas are the main theme of the story. The less clustered your ideas are, the clearer your message gets. Use interesting and unsuspected details. Tell your reader about things they might overlook. Example: The smog was coming surprisingly fast from nowhere. The sequence in which the story takes place. Don't skip back and forth in writing, it should follow some type of pattern in it. Also the story shouldn't have out of place details in it. Voice is the way you bring out your writing. All writers have a different way of getting their points across to their audience. Your own writing. Your personal choice on words. Words that work in a functional way though enlighten the reader on what is going on. Stronger word choice clarifies and expands ideas. Ways the sentences flow and work together to make a story. Try reading
it out loud. If it doesn't sound right, you should probably change the sentence so it sounds right. This trait consists of the five mechanical correctness parts: spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar/usage, and paragraphing. You should check all these things before the final draft. Sources educationnorthwest.org The looks of the writing is very important. It's usually the first impression someone looks at and judges it by. That's why you have something that reflects what the writing is in your story whether it is a small part or not.
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