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7th Grade Writing

7th Grade Writing - OSBORNE

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ALL SENTENCES MUST BEGIN WITH A ____ AND END WITH A _____. THEY CONTAIN A SUBJECT AND A ________. CAPITAL, PERIOD, VERB
LIST SEVEN TYPES OF COMMA USAGE WE PRACTICED THIS SEMESTER
SIMPLE SENTENCE an independent clause (one subject/verb pair)
COMPUND SENTENCE TWO INDEPENDENT CLAUSES, JOINED BY ; OR ( , CONJUNCTION)
COMPLEX SENTENCE AN INDEPENDENT CLAUSE AND A DEPENDENT CLAUSE
TWO, TOO, TO A NUMBER PAIR MORE THAN NEEDED, ALSO LOCATION WORD "TO THE STORE"
WRITE, RIGHT TO SCRIBE SOMETHING OPPOSITE OF LEFT
ARE, OUR STATE OF BEING VERB BELONGING TO US
YOUR, YOU'RE POSSESSIVE OF YOU CONTRACTION OF YOU ARE
ITS, IT'S BELONGING TO IT CONTRACTION OF IT IS
LOOSE, LOSE (THE S HAS THE "S" SOUND) NOT FASTENED; NOT FIRMLY IN PLACE (THE S HAS A "Z" SOUND) TO NOT HAVE ANY LONGER; TO MISPLACE
DESERT, DESERT, DESSERT (STRESS OF 1ST SYLLABLE) DRY, EMPTY AREA (STRESS OF LAST SYLLABLE) TO LEAVE SWEET FOODS
THEIR, THEY'RE, THERE POSSESSIVE OF THEY CONTRACTION OF THEY ARE IN OR THAT PLACE
SITE, SIGHT,CITE A PLACE OR LOCATION TO SEE TO VERBALLY RECALL
QUITE, QUIT, QUIET FAIRLY, RATHER TO STOP SILENT
WEATHER, WHETHER SUNSHINE, RAIN, CLOUDS, ETC. IF
WHEN WRITING DIALOGUE YOU MUST START A NEW ___ EVERY TIME A NEW CHARACTER SPEAKS.
FIRST PERSON I
THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT NARRATOR SHARE THE THOUGHTS/FEELINGS OF SEVERAL CHARACTERS, EX: LOST, HARRY POTTER, THE ALCHEMIST
THIRD PERSON LIMITED NARRATOR SHARES THOUGHTS/FEELINGS OF THE MAIN CHARACTER. EX: RED RIDING HOOD
EXPLAIN HOW YOU KNOW THAT A RESEARCH SOURCE IS RELIABLE
LIST THREE TYPES OF SITES THAT ARE NOT RELIABLE 1. PERSONAL PAGE 2.
THEIRS THERE'S POSSESSIVE OF THEY CONTRACTION FOR THERE IS
THEN, THAN AT THE TIME USED TO MAKE COMPARISIONS
ARE, OUR STATE OF BEING VERB BELONGING TO US
CHOOSE, CHOSE (RHYMES WITH OOZE) TO MAKE A CHOICE (RHYMES WITH NOSE) PAST TENSE OF CHOOSE
WHOSE, WHO'S POSSESSIVE OF WHO CONTRACTION OF WHO IS
ACCEPT, EXEPT TO RECEIVE BESIDES OR BUT
CAPITAL, CAPITOL TOWN OR CITY WHERE STATE OR COUNTRY'S GOVNMT IS BUILDING IN THE CAPITAL WHERE LAWMAKERS MEET
CLOSE, CLOSE CLOTHES CLOTHS (THE S HAS A "S" SOUND) NEAR THE S HAS A "Z" SOUND) TO SHUT WHAT PEOPLE WEAR PLURAL OF CLOTH
FIRST PERSON LIMITED A REGULAR PERSON TELLS THE STORY ABOUT HIMSELF/HERSELF USING I EX AUTOBIOGRAPHY, JOURNAL, LETTER, FICTION SOTRY FROM THE MAIN CHARACTER'S VIEW
FIRST PERSON OMNISCIENT AN ALL KNOWING BEING SUCH AS A GOD SPEAKING ABOUT PERSONAL EXPERIENCE EX: DEATH IN THE BOOK THEIF
SECOND PERSON YOUR SPEAKING DIRECTLY TO YOUR AUDIENCE/SELF EX: FORWARD OF A BOOK, SPEECHES, DIRECTIONS
THIRD PERSON NARRATOR: HE, SHE, THEY
THREE PURPOSES FOR WRITING ENTERTAIN-FOR FUN, ENJOYMENT, TO TELL A STORY INFORM- TO EXPLAIN SOMETHING, INSTRUCT, LIST ETC. PERSUADE - TO CONVINCE THE READER TO BELIEVE AS THE AUTHOR DOES
5 PARTS TO THE PLOT OF A STORY EXPOSITION, RISING ACTION, CLIMAX, FALLING ACTION, RESOUTION
EXPOSITION INTRODUCE SETTING, CHARACTER AND MAIN CONFLICT
RISING ACTION MINOR CONFLICTS THAT GET IN THE WAY OF SOLVING THE MAIN CONFLICT
CLIMAX MAIN CONFLICT FACED THE TURNING POINT
FALLING ACTION THE OUTCOME OF THE CONFLICT
RESOLUTION FINAL THOUGHT - WHERE CHARACTERS ARE HEADED
PERSON VS PERSON AN EXTERNAL (OUTSIDE) CONFLICT THAT INVOLVES A MENTAL OR PHYSICAL STRUGGLE BETWEEN TWO CHARACTERS IN A STORY EX: KATNISS VS CATO OR DOROTHY VS THE WICKED WITCH
PERSON VS SELF AN INTERNAL (INSIDE) CONFLICT THAT INVOLVES THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE HARACTER AND HIS/HER CONSCIENCE (SELF) EX: STUDENT NOT RAISING HER HAND FOR FEAR OF GETTING ANSWER WRONG
PERSON VS NATURE AN EXTERNAL CONFLICT THAT INVOLVES A STRUGGLE WITH THE ELEMENTS OF NATURE THAT ARE BEYOND THE CHARACTER'S CONTROL. EX: DOROTHY VS TORNADO
PERSON VS SOCIETY AN EXTERNAL CONFLICT THAT INVOLVES THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE CHARACTER AND EITHER THE RULES (LAWS) OF SOCIETY OR A GROUP OF PEOPLE FROM THE SOCIETY. EX: KIDS VS GOVERNMENT THAT FRAMED THEIR PARENTS
SENSORY DETAILS DESCRIPTIVE WORDS THAT SHOW A READER SIGHTS, SOUNDS, SMELLS, TASTES, AND TOUCHES WITHIN A SCENE
WHY ARE SENSORY DETAILS IMPORTANT YOUR AUDIENCE WANTS TO FEEL A PART OF THE STORY. THEY ALSO NEED DETAILS TO HELP THEMUNDERSTAND EXACTLY WHAT IS HAPPENING.
HOW DO I USE SNSORY DETAILS? 1. USE SPECIFIC ADJECTIVES (SUNNY, YELLOW, THICK) 2. USE STRONG VERBS (GALLOP, SPRINT, JOG) 3. USE UNIQUE NOUNS (THORNE, LAZY BOY)
A- NOT
ANTE- BEFORE
ANTI- AGAINST
AUTO- SELF
CIRUM- AROUND
CO- WITH
CONTRA- AGAINST
DE- OFF
DI- TWO
DIS- NOT
EN- PUT INTO
EX- OUT OF FORMER
EXTRA- BEYOND
HETERO- DIFFERENT
-AST(ER) STAR
-AUDI- HEAR
-BENE- GOAL
-BIO- LIFE
-CHRONO- TIME
-DICT- SAY
-DUC- MAKE
-GEN- BIRTH
-GEO- EARTH
-GRAPH- WRITING
-JUR-/-JUS- LAW
-LOG-/-LOGUE- THOUGHT
-LUC- LIGHT
-MAN(U)- HAND
-MEND- ORDER
-MIS-/-MIT- SEND
-PATH- FEEL
-PHIL- LOVE
-PHON- SOUND
-PHOTO- LIGHT
-PORT- CARRY
-QUI(T) REST
-SCRIB-/-SCRIPT- WRITE
-SENS-/-SENT- FEEL
-TELE- FAR OFF
-TERR- EARTH
-VAC- EMPTY
-VID- SEE
Created by: aphidkiller on 2014-01-10



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