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Students will read student-written Want Ads to choose job as one of Santa’s helpers. Students will complete a job application, using proper capitalization, punctuation, and sentence structure. Students will create a version of themselves as an elf to display with the job application.
Mechanics Capital AND lowercase Sentences have no beginning or end defined with capitals and punctuation. Sentence Formation No spaces between words, and/or words are out of order within sentences. Writing The job title is missing. The student gives one reason he or she is qualified for the job. Handwriting Student’s handwriting is unreadable in parts.
letters are used at the beginning of sentences. Punctuation is present at the ends of sentences. Words have little or too much spacing between words. Most sentences are written correctly. The job title is present. Student gives two reasons he or she is qualified for the job. Student’s handwriting is readable, but little effort is evident.
Sentences start with capitals and end with correct punctuation.
There is one finger space between all words and all sentences use correct word order. The job title is present, and student gives three or more reasons he or she is qualified for the job. Handwriting effort is evident.