Lesson 10: First Revision (Grading+)

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Lesson 10: First Revision
You'll need to correctly answer at least 18 of the 36 questions below (at least 50%) to progress to the next unit.
Question #1: Do all my sentences support my topic sentence (no “carrots in my cookie jar”)?
Question #2: Did I mention my subject’s main accomplishment?
Question #3: Did I include obstacle(s) he/she overcame?
Question #4: Did I include at least one character quality?
Question #5: Did I support this character quality with facts and did I put the facts into my own words?
Question #6: Are my topic and choice of words pleasing to the Lord and edifying to others?
Question #7: Did I write an eye-catching title?
Question #8: Did I choose a strong topic sentence that introduces my paragraph?
Question #9: Did I use no more than one “to be” word? (Change the font color and underline “to be” words in red.)
"To be" words: is, am, are, was, were, be, being, been
Question #10: Did I choose synonyms instead of repeating main words? (Change the font color and underline repeated words in blue. Replace with synonyms before submitting to teacher.)
Question #11: Did I use concrete words that are specific, vivid, and sensory? (Change the font color and underline vague words in green and find synonyms for them.)
Question #12: Did I check my “Weak Words” list against my paragraph? (Underline any of these in green.)
Question #13: Did I vary my sentence structure by beginning once sentence with paired adjectives?
Question #14: What is the first word of the sentence that starts with a paired adjective?
Question #15: Did I vary my sentence structure by beginning one sentence with a present (“-ing”) participial phrase?
Question #16: What is the first word of the sentence that includes a present participial phrase?
Question #17: Did I vary my sentence structure by using an appositive in the topic sentence?
Question #18: What is the first word of your topic sentence that includes an appositive?
Question #19: Did I vary my sentence structure by beginning my closing sentence with an “–ly” adverb?
Question #20: What is the first word of the closing sentence that begins with an "-ly" adverb?
Question #21: Did I write concisely and communicate clearly? (Cross out unnecessary words or phrases.)
Question #22: Did I write a strong closing sentence that gives a feeling of ending?
Question #23: Did I save the computer files as: Lesson 10 Edited Sloppy Copy, Lesson 10 First Revision and Lesson 10 Final Draft?
Question #24: Did I put my name and date in the upper right-hand corner?
Question #25: Did I underline the title?
Question #26: Is my paragraph exactly five sentences long? (If not, revise to make it 5 before turning in)
Question #27: Did I indent my first sentence and leave margins around my paragraph?
Question #28: Did I skip every other line? (If not, before rewriting, draw a light X on
each line you want to skip.)
Question #29: Did I use good spacing between words and sentences? (If not, draw two vertical lines | |
to separate.)
Question #30: Did I double-check my spelling? (Underline suspected words; look up and change.)
Question #31: Did I double-check my capitalization and punctuation? (Correct any errors.)
Question #32: Did I use complete sentences, avoid run-on sentences and misplaced modifiers?
Question #33: Did I finish and turn in my Biography Worksheet?
Question #34: Did I correctly use this Checklist, including filling in all the blanks and using color to underline as directed? (This includes making corrections before I write my First Revision.)
Question #35: Turn in your Lesson 10 Edited Sloppy Copy here
Allowed file types: doc, docx.
Question #36: Turn in your Lesson 10 First Revision here.
Allowed file types: doc, docx.
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