English--Jim Thorpe


You already you that you need a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence or as the first letter in a name, but you also use capitalization in other places too. For instance, you must also capitalize names of organizations, publications such as newspapers and magazines, title of works of art, and professional titles. For example: the Plant Trees Foundation, the Chicago Crier, the Mona Lisa, Doctor Barnes.


A Capital LetterĀ Pretend you are writing a letter to the editor of you local newspaper. Together with a family member, address an envelope to the editor using the rules of capitalization. The return name and address should be yours. Get the editor's name and address from the newspaper.