Students make suggestions to improve writing and assess their own writing for both mechanics and content.
In grades eleven and twelve, students are expected to respond productively to peer reviews of their own work.
Students are expected to produce legible, error-free work that shows accurate spelling and correct punctuation and capitalization.
In particular, writing standards for grades eleven and twelve specify these key markers of proficiency: Sentence Structure —Understand correct use of varied sentence structure, including the elimination of dangling or misplaced modifiers, run-on or fused sentences, and unintended sentence fragments.
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Start a preliminary, or draft, bibliography by listing on a separate sheet of paper all your sources.
Note down the full title, author, place of publication, publisher, and date of publication for each source.
What Writing Standards Measure Academic standards are very specific, detailing every aspect of what students are expected to learn in each grade.
Organized into five key areas, writing standards focus on: writing process, writing purposes (what students write), writing evaluation, writing conventions (grammar, usage, and mechanics), and research/inquiry for writing.