TABE 11/12

Language Scope and Sequence, Capitalization

Language Standard VII, Capitalization Lesson 700, Capitalization The first word of a sentence The first word of a direct quote The pronoun, I Proper nouns Proper adjectives The days of the week and months of the year The names of holidays and special events Personal, professional, and family titles The names of religious, racial, and […]

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Language Scope and Sequence, Proofreading

Language Standard VIII, Errors in Written Material Lesson 800, Proofreading Defining proofreading Correcting errors in capitalization Correcting errors in punctuation Correcting run-on sentences Correcting sentence fragments Correcting errors in pronoun-antecedent agreement Using the correct form of -self pronouns Correcting errors in subject-verb agreement Correcting errors in verb tense consistency Correcting errors in parallel structure Correcting

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Language Scope and Sequence, Sentences: Combining

Language Standard II, Structurally Correct Sentences Lesson 220, Sentences: Combining Combining sentences using compound predicates Combining sentences using compound subjects Combining sentences using adjectives Combining sentences using appositive phrases Combining sentences using who, which, or that clauses Combining sentences using subordinating conjunctions Combining sentences using but Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return to

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Language Scope and Sequence, Quotation Marks

Language Standard VI, Punctuation Marks Lesson 650, Quotation Marks Distinguishing between direct/indirect quotes Defining identifier Punctuating direct quotes where identifier occurs before, after, or interrupts the quote Identifying identifiers Punctuating a direct quote that is a question Punctuating an interrogative sentence containing a direct quote Punctuating a direct quote that is an exclamation Punctuating a

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Language Scope and Sequence, Sentence Revising

Language Standard II, Structurally Correct Sentences Lesson 230, Sentence Revising Defining unity, coherence, and emphasis Positioning the main idea of a sentence in the independent clause Combining related short sentences into one complex sentence Using gerund phrases correctly Using participial phrases correctly Rewriting sentences beginning with it, they, you, or there Placing adverbs correctly Using

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Language Scope and Sequence, Colons and Semicolons

Language Standard VI, Punctuation Marks Lesson 660, Colons and Semicolons Using a colon after a dependent clause to introduce a series Using a colon after the following or these to introduce a series Using a colon between two independent clauses not connected by a conjunction when the second clause explains the first Using a colon

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Language Scope and Sequence, Nonstandard Usage

Language Standard II, Structurally Correct Sentences Lesson 240, Nonstandard Usage Identifying ways words change over time Explaining and identifying slang Identifying and correcting double negatives Identifying and correcting of/have Correcting the omission of the present tense of to be in a sentence Correcting the use of be as the only verb in the predicate Identifying

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Language Scope and Sequence, Abbreviations and Titles

Language Standard VI, Punctuation Marks Lesson 670, Abbreviations and Titles Italicizing (or underlining) titles of a complete literary work or artistic work Capitalizing correctly words in the title of a literary or artistic work Using quotation marks around a title that represents part of a complete published work or that represents a short work Punctuating

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Language Scope and Sequence, Arranging Sentences

Language Standard III, Information in Logical Order Lesson 300, Arranging Sentences Arranging directions in logical order Arranging directions logically using clue words indicating order Arranging sentences from general to specific Arranging sentences about ideas from general to specific using organizing clue words Return to ALL Scope and Sequence   Return to Pace Scope and Sequence

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Language Scope and Sequence, Arranging Paragraphs

Language Standard III, Information in Logical Order Lesson 310, Arranging Paragraphs Defining general statement Defining specific example Identifying general statements and specific examples Defining concluding sentence Identifying topic, supporting, concluding sentences Identifying unrelated sentences in a paragraph Identifying a shift in point of view Identifying paragraphs in logical time order Identifying a unified paragraph Identifying

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