Today the king of kings will tell you about the six traits of writing and you readers will be amazed and satisfied after you read this. I will teach you about helpful hints and they are Ideas and Content, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence fluency, and Conventions. If I were you I would write some of these helpful hints on a piece of paper so now our first category is ideas and content.
Ideas and Content
1.Think of a good exciting topic by brainstorming.
2.Make sure you have enough details in each and every sentence.
3.Make sure when readers read your story, they know what you are saying.
4.Get all of your ideas together and make sure you have enough.
1.Look very carefully at how your topic starts like.
2.Make sure your story has a good beginning, middle, and end.
3.Look carefully at how the story ends.
4. Make your writing look easy to read.
1.If you think of something exciting during writing, write it down and your grade will go up.
2.Make your readers think and feel the story while reading it.
3.If you did not like what you wrote in your story, then think of a much better idea.
4.Did you give an opinion?
5.Are you comfortable with your story?
1.Use as many exciting words you got in your mind.
2.Ask yourself if you got people's attention.
3.Use vivid vocabulary.
1.Make sure you have more than five sentences so your story won't be so short.
2.Complete all of your sentences and correct them, but take your time.
3.Make some of your sentences long and creative.
4.Read your story aloud and make sure it makes sense.
1.Do not make all of your letters cramp up together because your readers would not know what you are saying.
2.Make your title name go along with the story.
3.Check for every error in your story and correct them but if you do not know how to correct, ask for help from a buddy or a teacher.
4.Use correct punctuation.
5.Look at and see what is the main idea.
Now What do you do when you start a story?