Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics/Underline

Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
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This PowerPoint can be used to teach the concept of punctuating titles or can be used as a whiteboard activity. Each slide has examples of types of titles (books,TV shows, articles, etc) and the following slide answers which punctuation to use.
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Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics
Punctuating titles: When to Use Quotation Mark vs. Italics