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By Mrs. Jacki Scholze
Hi, I’m Perky Pencil! I work in this school to help kids like you be better writers.
My big job is to help you think like a writer. Today I will help you think about Sentence Fluency.
Sentence Fluency means your story sounds right when you read it out loud.
Use some short sentences… and some long sentences when you write.
Sometimes writers use a word pattern to get a rhythm for their story, song, or poem.
Use different words to begin your sentences. Make your sentences sound natural, like the way you talk.
Read your sentences... to make sure they are complete.
As you write, keep reading your story and ask yourself these questions...
How does my story sound when I read? How many sentences did I write? Do my sentences tell a story completely?
Good writers are always looking for new ways to stretch sentences. Use who, what, when, where, and why to help you write a sentence.
That’s all for now, friends. Remember… when you read your story it should sound right.
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