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1. Bell Work

2. Editing Slides 3-63

3. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Ryan’s Weekend Do you no Ryan did last weekend. He went to the beach with his family. First, Ryan builded a huge sand castle. Then, he collect seashells and rocks After that, he goed swimming with his brother. Ryan has a wonderful time at the beach.

4. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Pumpkin Patch Yesterday Erica whent two a pumpkin patch with her family. she picked out a huge, orange pumpkin to tak home It weighed ovr 15 pounds? Erica stumbled as she were carrying it to the car. Do you know what happened next. She dropped it pumpkin and it splattered all ovr the grownd. Erica yelled, Oh no!

5. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Candy Shop Jennifer Megan and Sarah whent to the candy shop. Jennifer bought a small bocks of fudge. Sarah paid fifty sents for a bag of jellybeans. Megan bought sum Twizzlers. The grls all walked to the park where they eated their candy.

6. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Miniature Golf Phil Matthew, and Andrew played miniature golf. On the first hole, Phil got a hole-in-one! At another hole, Matthew's Ball went into the water The best golfur of the day was Andrew who finished with a score of 28. Everyone had a grate time

7. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Camping i went camping with my family. We whent fishing and I caught a big fish. I also whent Swimming with my brother. We hade a camp fire every night. The camping trip was lots of fun

8. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Hannah’s Halloween Scare Hannah wanted to scare her liddle brother. First, she put on a green frankenstein mask. Then, she hided behind the couch and waited for her brother too come home. When he waked in the door, Hannah jumped outfrom behind the couch and yelled, Boo! Hannahs brother didnt jump. He didn’t evan look scared at all. He just smiled and said “Oh, hello Hannah.”

9. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Laura's Swimming Pool Rachael went to Lauras house to swim in the pool. First, Rachael and Laura swimmed around underwater. Than, rachael went down the water slide. After that, Lauras dog jumped in the pool. Finally, Laura and Rachael got out of the pool and drank Lemonade.

10. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Street Hockey Michael, Joey, justin, and Adam played street hocky. Thay all put on roller blades and divided into to teams. Michael and Joey’s team score three goals. Justin and Adam’s team scored five goal. everyone had a great tyme!

11. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Spaghetti Dinner last night my father mad us a spaghetti dinner. He macks the best meatballs in the world! I ate lots of spaghetti. My brother spill sauce on his white shirt. Whee all laughed. I love when My dad makes spaghetti

12. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Cleaning Up One day i help my next-door neighbor clean up his backyard we raked and put leaves in blue bags to recycle tham. then we sawed some branches off of a tree that was leaning againt the hous After we worked in the yard all afternoon, we sat down on his bak porch and had lemonade I felt good that day because Ihelped my neighbor.

13. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Anthony Visits Nick On sunday, Anthony went over to Nicks house to play basketball. They played a gam of one-on-one. Anthony made six baskets, bute nick made eight Nick was the winner. After the game, both boys whent in side to have some snack’s and watch television.

14. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Fish Tank I have a really cool fish tank lots of excitin things inside. There is guppies, tetras, and a tiny shark inside. Also, their are three snail that climb up the glass walls. They eate the green algae and keep the tank clean A frog named flipper also live in the tank, but he usually hide under the rocks. It’s fun to watch all the different creatures in mi tank.

15. Editing: How many mistakes can you find? Pet Shop Nick and Jess and Monica went to the pet store. Nick bot a big bag food for his dog. Jess looked at the turtles and sade, I wish I could take one home! Monica was feeding crackers to scarlet, a red parrot that talked. Before they left, everybuddy went over to play wiff the tiny kittens.

16. Find ten capitalization errors and five spelling errors in the letter below. Rewrite the letter with the errors corrected. deer Student, Welcom to my Class and to Charlotte Cove middle school. Like you, i’m looking forward to an Exiting year togehter. To help me get to know you, please write a letter telling me a bit about Yourself. Hand in final draft by next tuesday. sinserely, Mr. Klepp

17. Find the 15 errors • I sure hope this guy isn’t wierd, Pete thought, as he stared wistfully out the window of his classroom down to the soccer feild below. • Mr. Klepp sure looked a bit off—he had a scrufy mushtache that covered his upper lip, and his shirt was butoned wrong. He smiles and gestured like a maniac. And, worst of all, assigned homework on the first day. • But their were hopeful signs, to. Pictures of classic rock stars hung on his walls. They’re were inspiring sayings on the wall, too, such as, “Give piece a chance,” by john lennon. Maybe this guy is a hipie, Pete thought. • At least that would be interesting. As Mr. Klepp dismissed the class, Pete begins to daydream about what he would say in his letter.

18. Read the following groups of words. Write S if it is a sentence.Write F if it is a fragment. 1. Kim took her driver’s test yesterday. 2. She failed. 3. Will take it again next month. 4. She is extremely disappointed. 5. Practice makes perfect. 6. Making left-hand turns.

19. Turn the following fragments into sentences. 1. the chicken in your salad 2. from one place to another 3. the soccer ball in the goal 4. with my mother 5. to pick up some milk

20. Read the following sentences. Rewrite those that contain double negatives so that they contain only one negative. 1. You don’t need no shoes. 2. We never catch nothing when we go fishing. 3. Nobody ignored the fire alarm when it sounded. 4. We didn’t have none of the new uniforms for our game. 5. There’s hardly any time left for questions.

21. In the movie, the jewel thieves made their escape by scaling the mansion’s walls and stealing away under the cover of darkness. In the lines above, “stealing” most nearly means (A) robbing (B) grabbing (C) slipping (D) abducting (E) Taking How do you know?

22. Edit these sentences 1. the iditarod starts on the first saturday in march each year 2. mushers train they’re dogs all year long 3. the iditarod trail goes from anchorage to nome 4. would you like to go to alaska and watch the start of the iditarod 5. the dogs pull the sled from anchorage to nome

23. Edit these sentences 1. alaskas waters are rich in seafood salmon crab halibut and herring 2. would you like to fish in alaska 3. their are fishing tours you can go on 4. whales can be seen off the coast of alaska two 5. eye wood enjoy going on a whale watching tour

24. Edit these sentences 1. what is the state flower of alaska 2. the state bird of alaska is the willow ptarmigan 3. this bird is a arctic grouse it lives on open tundra in boggy areas 4. the state sport of alaska is dog mushing 5. dog sledding used to be an important form of transportation in alaska have you been on a dog sled before

25. Edit these sentences 1. millions of people visit alaska each year their must be interesting thing to see and do they're 2. you could visit kenai fjords national park 3. taking a tour to see wildlife 4. bears beavers birds dall sheep moose sea life and wolves can be viewed at the alaska zoo 5. do you like to fish you can go on special tourist fishing trips to catch salmon grayling trout and halibut

26. Identify whether each group of words is a complete sentence, fragment, or a run-on. 1. Yellow is a soothing color. a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on 2. Catching the school bus. a . sentence b. fragment c. run-on 3. Before she left for school. a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on 4. The crowd cheered. a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on 5. Today is a beautiful day there is no chance of rain. a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on 6. The boy plays soccer, his best friend is on the team. a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on

27. Identify whether each group of words is a complete sentence, fragment, or a run-on. 1. Karen plays the drums, she practices everyday.a. Sentence b. fragment c. run-on 2. That I remember when I was a child.a. Sentence b. fragment c. run-on 3. If it is raining, we will not be able to go outside.a. sentence b. fragment c. run-on 4. Listening to the speaker, I started to daydream.a. Sentence b. fragment c. run-on

28. Identify whether each group of words is a complete sentence, fragment, or a run-on. 1 . Which was built in 1950.a. sentence b. fragment c. run on 2 .Needed the materials for the science project.a. sentence b. fragment c. run on 3 . Bertha gave me a computer game for my birthday last week.a. sentence b. fragment c. run on 4 . Talking on the phone for a couple of hours last night, i forgot to do my homework.a. sentence b. fragment c. run on 5 . When we adopted the cutest puppy at the animal shelter.a. sentence b. fragment c. run on

29. Identify whether each group of words is a complete sentence • The little boy's toy car was yellow, his sister had a red and white toy truck. a. sentence b. fragment c. run on • Carlos is the team captain on the football team, and he plays defensive tackle. a. sentence b. fragment c. run on • Lifting the heavy boxes, I hurt my back. a. sentence b. fragment c. run on • After I dribbled the ball down the court. a. sentence b. fragment c. run on • She won the spelling contest, she will go to the regional level next month. a. sentence b. fragment c. run on

30. Subject/Verb 1. We (is, are) going to go to the movies today after school.2. The tables (was, were) loaded down with food during the holidays.3. Several of the children (was, were) painting the wall with their fingers. 4. Some of the cake (was, were) left on the table.5. Some of the boxes (was, were) opened and thrown in the trash.

31. Subject/Verb • Nobody near the trees (likes, like) the new game that they are playing. • Few of the apples (is, are) still hanging on the tree. • James and Sally (is, are) going to find the new book. • Tilda (seems, seem) to think that Tom was not at home. • J.J. (is, are) the neighbor's really sweet dog.

32. Adjectives 1. Sally is older than Tommy, but she is youngest of Sally.a. Sally is older than Tommy, but she is younger than Sally.b. Sally is the oldest of Tommy, but she is youngest of Sally.c. Sally is older than Tommy, but she is young of Sally.d. No error 2. There are six of the finest kittens that you will ever see.a. There are six of the finer kittens that you will ever see.b. There are six of the fine kittens that you will ever see.c. There are six of the fines kittens that you will ever see.d. No error 3. I looked out the more better classroom window.a. I looked out the most better classroom window.b. I looked out the best classroom window. c. I looked out the bestest classroom window.d. No error

33. Adjectives 1. I have a problem with that work; it is more harder than the other.a. I have a problem with that work; it is hard than the other.b. I have a problem with that work; it is hardest than the other.c. I have a problem with that work; it is harder than the other.d. No error 2. She was more friendlier than her sister.a. She was friendlier than her sister.b. She was more friendliest than her sister.c. She was friendly than her sister.d. No error 3. I sang the loudest in the crowd of merry people.a. I sang more loudly in the crowd of merry people.b. I sang more loud in the crowd of merry people.c. I sang loudlier in the crowd of merry people.d. No error

34. Adjectives 1. Sugar is the sweeter of the two sweeteners.a. Sugar is the more sweeter of the two sweeteners.b. Sugar is the sweetest of the two sweeteners.c. Sugar is the sweetlier of the two sweeteners.d. No error 2. Tanya is the nicer of the five girls.a. Tanya is the most nicest of the five girls.b. Tanya is the more nice of the five girls.c. Tanya is the nicest of the five girls.d. No error 3.Jay is the smartest of the two boys.a. Jay is the smart of the two boys.b. Jay is the most smartest of the two boys.c. Jay is the smarter of the two boys.d. No error

35. Combining Sentences 1. Policemen and firemen protect citizens everyday; we should respect them.A. Policemen and firemen protect citizens and respect them.B. Policemen and firemen protect citizens everyday. C. Policemen protect citizens everyday.D. No error 2. Veronica bought flowers. She planted flowers to landscape her yard.A. Veronica bought flowers to landscape her yard.B. Veronica bought and planted flowers to landscape her yard.C. Veronica bought flowers and plants.D. No error

36. Combining Sentences • The storm approached. The fisherman in the shrimp boat had to go back to shore. A. The storm approached the shore; the fisherman had to go back.B. The storm approached the shrimp boat.C. The storm approached; the fisherman in the shrimp boat had to go back to shore.D. No error 2. Alex wants to make the marching band. Troy wants to make the marching band.A. Alex and Troy want to make. B. Alex, and Troy want to make the marching band. C. Alex and Troy want to make the marching bandD. No error

37. Combining Sentences • We made brownies and cookies with walnuts in them for the bake sale. A. We made brownies for the bake sale.B. We made brownies and cookies with walnuts in them.C. We made brownies and cookies for the bake sale.D. No error • The mouse searched for cheese. The mouse scoured the house. A. The mouse searched the house.B. The mouse searched and scoured the house for cheese.C. The mouse searched for cheese.D. The mouse scoured the cheese.

38. Combining Sentences • I want to buy a French-English dictionary and a camera before we go to France. A. I want to buy a French-English dictionary, and a camera before we go to France.B. I want to buy a French-English dictionary and a camera.C. I want to buy a French-English dictionary before we go to France.D. No error 2. We went to an art museum, and zoo for our field trip. A. We went to an art museum and zoo. B. We went to an art museum and zoo for our field trip. C. We went to the zoo for our field trip.D. No error

39. Combining Sentences • The girl's, and boy's choir did well at the concert last night, and they received high awards. A. The girl's and boy's choir did well at the concert last night, and they received high awards.B. The girl's choir did well at the concert last night, and they received high awards. C. They did well at the concert last night, and they received high awards.D. No error • Mark washed the outside of the car. Matt washed the outside of the car. A. Mark washed the outside of the car and Matt.B. Mark washed the outside of the car. C. Mark and Matt washed the outside of the car.D. No error

40. Apostrophes 1. The donkies' saddle was placed on the ground A. The donky's saddle was placed on the ground. B. The donkey's saddle was placed on the ground. C. The donkies saddle was placed on the ground. D. No error 2. The ladies dress was hung on a hanger in her closet. A. The ladys' dress was hung on a hanger in her closet. B. The ladies' dress was hung on a hanger in her closet. C. The lady's dress was hung on a hanger in her closet. D. No error

41. Apostrophes 1.The woman's coat was found on a chair . A. The woman coat was found on a chair . B. The womans' coat was found on a chair . C. The womans coat was found on a chair . D. No error 2. The childrens' ideas were put on paper . A. The children's ideas were put on paper . B. The children ideas were put on paper . C. The childrens ideas were put on paper . D. No error

42. Apostrophes 1. Johns red truck was found on the side of the road. A. Johns' red truck was found on the side of the road.B. John's red truck was found on the side of the road.C. John red truck was found on the side of the road.D. No error 2. He shouldnt have told too many people that story.A. He shouldn't have told too many people that story.B. He should'nt have told too many people that story.C. He shouldnt' have told too many people that story.D. No error

43. Apostrophes • There wasn't any reason to yell at the little boy.A. There wasnt' any reason to yell at the little boy.B. There wasnt any reason to yell at the little boy.C. There was'nt any reason to yell at the little boy.D. No error • Im' am your best friend.A. I'm your best friend.B. I'm am your best friend.C. Im' your best friend.D. No error

44. Apostrophes 1. Please hand the girl's paper to her. A. Please hand the girl paper to her. B. Please hand the girls' paper to her. C. Please hand the girls paper to her. D. No error 2. Its' of little or no concern of hers. A. Its of little or no concern of hers. B. It's of little or no concern of hers. C. Its it is of little or no concern of hers. D. No error

45. Apostrophes • There was a huge pipe leaking in the boys' restroom.A. There was a huge pipe leaking in the boys restroom.B. There was a huge pipe leaking in the boy's restroom.C. There was a huge pipe leaking in the boy restroom. D. No error 2. The elfs little outfit was green and furry.A. The elfs' little outfit was green and furry.B. The elf little outfit was green and furry.C. The elf's little outfit was green and furry.D. No error

46. Apostrophes 1. Tom employer paid him several extra dollars .A. Tom's employer paid him several extra dollars .B. Toms' employer paid him several extra dollars .C. Toms employer paid him several extra dollars . D. No error 2. The paper edges show lots of wear and tear.A. The paper's edges show lots of wear and tear.B. The papers edges show lots of wear and tear.C. The pape'rs edges show lots of wear and tear.D. No error

47. Apostrophes • The runner's clothes were thrown out the window.A. The runner clothes were thrown out the window.B. The runners' clothes were thrown out the window.C. The runners clothes were thrown out the window.D. No error 2. He wasn't at the game because he was sick.A. He was'nt at the game because he was sick.B. He wasn't' at the game because he was sick.C. He wasnt at the game because he was sick.D. No error

48. Apostrophes • Dont look at me, I dont know where she is. • Its been such a long time since I have seen you! • Martins records were sounding very loud because his stereo was at its maximum volume. • Sundays are Sarahs least favorite days.

49. Apostrophes • The childrens entertainer, whose car broke down, turned up late. • Your/youre the performer whos these girls favorite pop star. • Dont forget your/youre toothbrush, its in the bathroom cabinet. • Carrots are my favorite vegetable.

50. Apostrophes 1. Doesn't not he want people to help him wash the dishes?A. Doesn't he want people to help him wash the dishes?B. Does't he want people to help him wash the dishes?C. Doesnt' he want people to help him wash the dishes? D. No error 2. It isnt' time to express your opinion. A. It isnt time to express your opinion. B. It isn't is time to express your opinion. C. It isn't time to express your opinion. D. No error