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Please look at the rubric that is stapled to your essay. Print and complete each worksheet below that corresponds to the circled codes on your rubric.

CodeTopicResourceSourceAnswers
A64 Plurals and PossessivesWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A68 Avoiding Passive VoiceWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A106 Who and WhomWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A108 Avoiding FragmentsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A109 Avoiding Run-on SentencesWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A121 Avoiding Tense ShiftsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A122 Commonly Confused VerbsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A124 Subject-verb AgreementWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A125 Correcting Pronoun CaseWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A142 CapitalizationWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A147 Avoiding Comma SplicesWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A149 Punctuating Nonessential ClausesWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A153 Commas After Introductory WordsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A154 Punctuating QuotationsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A157 Semicolons and Conjunctive AdverbsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A158 Use of SemicolonsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers(1), Answers(2)
A159 Use of colonsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A160 Apostrophes: Possessive CompoundsWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A164 Varying Sentence StructureWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers(1), Answers(2)
A166 Parallel SeriesWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A167 Varying Sentence OpenersWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A171 Repetition vs. RedundancyWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
A172 Varying Sentence ClosersWorksheetMcDougal LittellAnswers
B9 Transitional WordsWorksheetMcDougal Littell-
B10 ElaborationWorksheetMcDougal Littell-
B12 Levels of LanguageWorksheetMcDougal Littell-
B15 Figurative Language and Sound DevicesWorksheetMcDougal Littell-
C1 IntroductionsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C2 Body ParagraphsWorksheetteacher-generated -
C3 ConclusionsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C4 Sticking to the ThesisWorksheet teacher-generated-
C5 Internal CitationsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C6 Writing TitlesWorksheetteacher-generated-
C7 Underlining Major WorksWorksheetteacher-generated-
C8 Minor Works within QuotationsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C9 Avoiding the Use of ContractionsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C10 Avoiding First-person PronounsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C11 Transitions between ParagraphsWorksheetteacher-generated-
C12 Inclusion of Genre, Author, and TextWorksheetteacher-generated-
C13 Writing HooksWorksheetteacher-generated-
C14 Topic SentencesWorksheetteacher-generated-
C15 AnalysisWorksheetteacher-generated-
C16 Metaphors and SimilesWorksheetteacher-generated-
C17 SettingWorksheetteacher-generated-
C18 Protagonist and AntagonistWorksheetteacher-generated-
C19 Internal and External ConflictWorksheetteacher-generated-
C20 SymbolismWorksheetteacher-generated-
C21 American and British PunctuationWorksheetteacher-generated-
Works Cited:
The Language of Literature: Writing Transparencies and Copymasters. Evanston, Illinois: McDougal Littell, 2005.

Note: McDougal Littell Inc. grants permission to the classroom teacher to reproduce these copymasters as needed.