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Transcript
Writing Instruction by Assessment Domains & 2008 ELA Standards
Conventions
Name:
First Grade

CAPITALIZATION
 first word of a sentence
 names of people
 pronoun I

PUNCTUATION
 periods
 exclamation points
 question marks
Second Grade

CAPITALIZATION
 proper nouns
 initials of a person’s name
 courtesy titles (Mr., Ms.)
 days of the week
 months of the year
 titles of books, poems, and songs

PUNCTUATION
 apostrophes in contractions
 commas in a series
 commas in dates
 quotation marks to show someone is speaking

SPELLING
 high-frequency words
 three- and four-letter short-vowel
words

SPELLING
 words that do not fit a regular
spelling patterns (for example, was,
were, says, said)
 high-frequency words
 basic short-vowel,
 basic long-vowel,
 r-controlled
 consonant-blend patterns

SPELLING
 misused homonyms
 high-frequency multisyllabic words
 words that have blends
 contractions
 compound words
 orthographic patterns (for
example, qu, consonant doubling,
changing the ending of a word from
–y to –ies when forming the plural)
Third Grade

CAPITALIZATION
 geographic names
 holidays
 historical and special events

PUNCTUATION
 commas in addresses
 commas in the greeting and closing in letters
 commas in compound sentences
 apostrophes in contractions and
possessive nouns
 periods in abbreviations
 indention of paragraphs
-1--compiled from 2008 ELA Standards
Writing Instruction by Assessment Domains & 2008 ELA Standards
Fourth Grade


CAPITALIZATION
 SPELLING
 titles of works of art
 base words with suffixes and prefixes
 titles of magazines and newspapers
 multisyllabic words
 brand names
 proper adjectives
 names of organizations
PUNCTUATION
 quotation marks to indicate direct quotations or dialogue
 quotation marks to indicate the titles of works (for example, articles, reports, chapters, and
other short pieces published within separately published works)
 between main clauses
 underlining or italics to indicate the titles of separately published works (for example, books
and magazines
Fifth Grade

CAPITALIZATION
 ethnic groups
 national groups
 established religions and languages

PUNCTUATION
 colons
 hyphens

SPELLING
 commonly confused words
 multisyllabic constructions
 double consonant patterns
 irregular vowel patterns in
multisyllabic words
-2--compiled from 2008 ELA Standards