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Capital Letters Periods, Question Marks & Apostrophes

English skills for intermediate level students

Capital Letters Periods, Question Marks & Apostrophes by Lyn Catchpole
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The activities contained in this blackline master book allow teachers to meet the requirements of national literacy Standards with regard to Language Arts. The book provides opportunities for the consolidation of English language skills that children should be equipped with as a result of their elementary schooling.

The approach is basic and simple - teach the skill; reinforce it in a variety of ways; use it in context as often as possible.

To help the consolidation process wall charts have been provided on the concepts treated in this book - it is suggested that they are enlarged and displayed as a constant reference point for the class.

Our artist has used the theme of ‘unusual beings’ to provide a little light relief for students doing the activities in the book.

Ready-Ed Publications; July 2001
36 pages; ISBN 9781863971003
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Title: Capital Letters Periods, Question Marks & Apostrophes
Author: Lyn Catchpole; Rod Jefferson

Periods to End Statements

Use a colored pen to place the periods in these passages.
Remember to use a capital letter to begin each statement or sentence.

One of my favorite things to do on Saturdays is to go to the beach i usually go every week, even if it is raining in summertime the beach is hot and there are lots of people some people bring their dogs down to have a swim as well in wintertime there are not so many people i don’t swim when it is cold, but it is still fun to walk along the wave line to see whether anything has been washed up one time I found a plastic chair it looked like it had been in the water for ages every time I go to the beach I try to find a piece of cuttlefish for my canary most of the time, all I can find is seaweed

In two weeks there will be a solar eclipse this doesn’t happen very often, and so it is quite exciting to watch you have to be very careful when watching a solar eclipse even though the sun looks covered over, you can still damage your eyes if you look straight into it some scientists overcome this difficulty by using a camera to photograph the eclipse later on they can use the photographs as study materials

Answer these questions about the second passage. Write your answer in
full sentences. Remember to use capitals to begin sentences and periods to end.

1. Why do you need to be careful when watching an eclipse?

2. How do scientists overcome their problems of watching an eclipse?

3. Why do scientists want to view an eclipse?




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