Guidelines%20for%20Compositions

Guidelines%20for%20Compositions - Make sure that they mean...

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Guidelines for writing a composition in Spanish 101-104 (See the syllabus for detailed grading criteria) Contenido: Be creative, and descriptive. You don’t have to tell the truth as long as you are writing in Spanish and following the topic. Organización: Divide your writing into paragraphs, and make sure each one has a specific topic or purpose Include transitions and connections (Look under “Compositions” on the Spanish Resource Site for some examples) Lenguaje: Pay special attention to the grammar points you have studied so far in class Pay attention to preposition usage, verb tenses/conjugations, and agreement Vocabulario: Be careful with words you look up in a dictionary.
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Unformatted text preview: Make sure that they mean what you want them to mean (read the whole entry in the dictionary and look it up in Spanish and see the translations). Ortografía, puntuación, etc.: • Make sure to check accents, punctuation and spelling. • Be sure to have a header (name, instructor’s name, class, and date) and title En general: • No one area is more important. Don’t just worry about grammar while you are writing. • Do not put English in your draft and hope that your instructor will translate it for you. Try to say it in a different way or talk to your instructor if you can’t figure out how to say it...
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