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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 Word Choice.
Word Choice means choosing words to tell your story so others understand.
Writers use naming words for … people, places, animals, and things.
Good writers choose a ction words to tell what a person, animal, or thing does.
When writing a sentence writers think about using describing words to give more details about naming words and action words.
Choose words that make others want to... keep reading your story.
As you write, keep reading your story and ask yourself these questions...
Do my words help me see characters? Did I use a word too many times? Are my words telling interesting details?
Good writers are always looking for new ways to tell their ideas. Keep a list of new words you like in your notebook.
That’s all for now, friends. Remember… you learn to use more words by writing every day.
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