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Using Numbers in Writing: A Simplified Explanation of APA Guidelines
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Using Numbers in Writing: A Simplified Explanation of APA Guidelines

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Using Numbers in Writing: A Simplified Explanation of APA Guidelines

Pgs. 1-2: Four Basic Rules - with examples & practice questions
Pgs. 3-4: Common Exceptions - with examples & practice questions
Pg. 5: Key

> Use this resource to teach the four main rules, and five common exceptions to those rules, about when numbers are spelled out in writing and when to use numerals.
> Each of the nine sections have examples and practice questions (except the statistics exception as it is infrequently used).
> What do your students know about the correct way to convey percentages in their writing? Are they guessing or using writing rules?
> What about the use of measurements? Dates? Huge numbers? Tiny numbers? Statistics? Fractions? Sports scores? Money?
> Does the location in the sentence matter? (Spoiler: It does.)

> State writing tests care about writing rules!
> Perfect review or mini-lesson for test prep.

> A year- and career-long resource
> Works for grades 6-12
> Substitute folder friendly
> 40 questions total


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