Concepts of print | Use of capital letters, punctuation marks, full stop, comma

 

Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we shall be discussing Concepts of Print, by focusing on the proper use of capital letters and punctuation marks. This is where you’ll learn the rules that make writing clear, organized, and easy to understand.

Concepts of Print | Use of capital letters, punctuation marks, full stop, comma

Let’s Begin:

Imagine we’re punctuation artists, adding the finishing touches to our written masterpieces! 🎨✍️ Today, we’ll learn how to use capital letters and punctuation marks like full stops and commas. These tools help us express ideas clearly and navigate through the written world. Ready to become a punctuation maestro? Let’s start this writing adventure!

The Power of Capital Letters:

Capital letters

Capital letters are like bold signs that say, “Pay attention to me!” We use them at the beginning of sentences, for proper nouns (names of people, places, etc.), and for the pronoun “I.”

Adding Full Stops (Periods):

Full stop

Full stops are like tiny brakes that help readers pause. They’re used at the end of a sentence that makes a statement.

Using Commas:

Comma

Commas are like gentle pauses, helping to separate different parts of a sentence. They’re used in lists, between clauses, and more.

Other Punctuation Marks:

Exclamation marks add excitement! They’re used to show strong feelings.

Question marks are like raised eyebrows? They’re used to indicate questions. Quotation marks ” ” are like speech bubbles. They’re used to show someone’s exact words.

Your Punctuation Practice:

I want you to take a paragraph of what you’ve written and practice adding proper punctuation:

Add capital letters at the beginning of each sentence.

Use full stops to end sentences that make statements.

Add commas where you want to create pauses or separate items.

Questions Time:

Why do you think proper punctuation is important in writing? How does it help readers understand your ideas?

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Uses of full stop and comma.

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