Writing Conventions Definition

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DEFINITION FOR
WRITING CONVENTIONS

WRITING CONVENTIONS include spelling, punctuation, capitalization, grammar, and paragraphing. The writer should use conventions to enhance the readability of the paper. Spelling should be correct on all words. Punctuation should be smooth and guide the reader through the paper. Capitalization should be used correctly. Paragraphing should reinforce organization. The writer may manipulate conventions for effect.

 

 

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