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SC Writing One - Bible Edition

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    SC Writing One - Bible Edition

    We re-started SC Writing One (Bible Edition), but I'm not sure when/how to bring in the other writing rules during the year...all the lessons seem to focus on complete thought/capitalization/end mark only.
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    Re: SC Writing One - Bible Edition

    You can introduce the rules during your opening "Learn About Rules" segment. Initially, you will do little more than read these each time. The visual aids will help the rules to "sink in" with each reading. Application comes primarily during the student's composed sentence. You can also refer back to the Rules About Sentences any time the existing sentences contain the pronoun I, "?" or "!" or quotation marks, commas, etc.

    Some students need to focus only on Rules #1-5 throughout the entire first semester, so do not feel pressured to teach the "Delve Deeply" rules unless the student is ready for them.