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  • six traits

    1. 1. Traits The 6 ideas of By Eric Forehand
    2. 2. Sentence Fluency Trait Remember:  The words read smoothly and rhythmically  The sentences are created correctly and sound gorgeous!  Sentences begin in different and creative ways  The sentences have different lengths l-o-n-g and short  The fragments of the writing, if present, are intentional and work as stylistic effect
    3. 3. Ideas Trait  The focus of the writing is in plain sight  The ideas are fresh and original  The reader discovers something interesting or important  The writing piece makes a lot of sense and is easy to follow  The writing includes juicy and scrumptious details
    4. 4. Voice Voice Voice Voice Voice trait  The tone of the writing fits the purpose and audience  The great writer and the fabulous reader have a strong connection  The writing shows a lot of expression  The writer takes daring risks so the text is distinctive and memorable .  The writer or writing exhibits confidence, energy, and is strongly passionate about the topic in the writing
    5. 5. Word Choice Trait  The word let the reader visualize and feel what is happening in the story  The “million dollar words” make the message crystal clear  The words are accurate, specific, and powerful  The active verbs add awesome energy and give punch  The words and phrases have a lovely and marvelous sound
    6. 6. Beginning {Organization Trait}  The writing a an interesting fun topic {  The writing has a strong middle that develops logically  The writing concludes with a amazing ending }  The details tie together so the writing it is easy to follow the plot line { Beginning } These are the things that you should remember about the organization trait
    7. 7. Conventions Trait  The punctuation guides the reader through the text the froug leeepead  The capitalization is used when froum wone lyly pad needed and handled well  For the most part the spelling is too anotherr, sherry correct liiked waching the The grammar contributes to clarity  and style frougs leeep wen shee  The paragraphs are in the correct was a babee. Now places shee likes frougs eeting the flies of the lyly pads. Fix that!
    8. 8. The End The Great and Fabulous End!

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