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January 27, 2014
Writing Titles

Children often think of the title as the first thing they should write when they draft a new story or composition. Encourage your child to view her initial titles as "working titles," meaning that they can be changed later in the project. This way, she can revisit the title during the revision process and change it if another title would be more suitable. Help her gain practice writing titles, too, by drawing attention to the titles of the books and magazine articles she's reading.

 
 

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