Each slide begins with a sentence and contains these answer choices: This sentence... A. is written correctly. B. has a misspelled word C. is missing a capital letter D. has incorrect punctuation.
My students have to take a semi-annual assessment where they have to read paragraphs and analyze the writing. I created this powerpoint so that students are prepared when they see this type of question on their assessment.
This powerpoint has 24 slides. The answer only appears on the slide after the teacher clicks the mouse a second time.
Click on the following links to check out my other writing PowerPoints!
Watermelon vs. Seed Ideas: A PowerPoint and Worksheet Companion
Word Choice PowerPoint (40 slides!)
Show, Don’t Tell PowerPoint and Flipbook
Types of Writing PowerPoint and Activities (25 slides!)
Writing Dialogue PowerPoint (60 slides!)
Writing on Demand PowerPoint (58 slides!)
This includes a packet of 18 practice prompts!
Topic Sentences and Conclusion Sentences (includes 2 PowerPoints plus worksheets!)
Writing Leads PowerPoint (37 slides!)
Which Sentence Does Not Belong? PowerPoint (10 slides!)
Keyboarding Basics: Formatting Rules that Must Be Followed when Constructing an Essay
By Deb Hanson 2014
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