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  • capitalization rules Essential Question: Why do we use capitalization and punctuation in writing ?
  • capitalizationrulesCapital letter vs. lower case letter What are the rules ??
  • capitalization rulesSample capitalization test question:Wanda wouldn’t offer her little brother a AChristmas cookie because he ate all of her BHalloween candy last october. CA. BrotherB. CookieC. OctoberD. No change is necessary.
  • capitalization rulesC apitalize thefirst letter of the firstword of a sentence.
  • capitalization ruleseach student likes to earn theirreward for the class party.
  • capitalization rules capitalize the pronoun .
  • capitalization rulesDr. Daigle thinks that i shouldgo to college at LSU.
  • capitalization rulesCapitalize proper nouns:o Days of the weeko Monthso Names
  • capitalization rulestoday is monday, october 31,2011 – which is also known ashalloween.
  • capitalization rules Titles before nouns Doctor Brent Daigle President Barack Obama Reverend Sykes
  • capitalization rules Specific places Stevi B’s Six Flags Acworth Park
  • capitalization rules Organizations Boy Scouts Girl Scouts American Red Cross
  • capitalization rules Companies Coca-Cola Starbucks McDonald’s
  • capitalization rules Product Names Trix cereal Oreo cookies Reese’s peanut butter cups
  • capitalization rules Religion Catholic Methodist Christianity Muslim
  • capitalization rules Languages Cajun French French Spanish English
  • capitalization rules Nationalities American African-American Hispanic Korean
  • capitalization rules Holidays Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Chanukah
  • capitalization rules Regions of the county the South the Northeast the West
  • capitalization rules Book Titles Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing Diary of a Wimpy Kid Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale
  • capitalization rules Example sentencesmy father is arriving fromlouisiana next week.
  • capitalization rulesExample sentences will you pick him up at the airport in atlanta?
  • capitalization rules Example sentenceshe will bring me an lsushirt, mug, and key ring.
  • capitalization rules Example sentencesi want to go to the railroad museumbut tiffany does not want to join me.
  • capitalization rules Example sentencesi went to the high museum of artin atlanta, ga. to see paintingsby picasso, degas, and matisse.
  • capitalization rules Example sentenceseach sunday i attend mass at st.ann catholic church in marietta, ga.
  • capitalization rules Example sentencesI can speakenglish, spanish, andfrench.
  • capitalization rules Example sentencesmrs. henry gives us hersheycandy bars as a reward for goodbehavior.
  • capitalization rulesASSESSMENT