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General Information and Resources
"Be like a flower and turn your face to the sun."- Kahlil Gibran
"Be like a flower and turn your face to the sun."- Kahlil Gibran

Proofreading Symbols
Proofreading Codes with Activites to Improove Speling
Canadian Spellings
Formal and Informal Diction: What's the Diff?
"To Be": Transitive or Intransitive? That is the question.
Are you empathic or empathetic?
Formatting Dialogue in a Story
More About Formatting Dialogue in a Story
Help with Pronouncing Names
Young Writers of Canada

Shakespeare Online
Etymology Dictionary
Rules of Capitalization from the OWL
Rules of Capitalization from Towson
More Commas,
And Yet More Commas
Hyphens Quick and Dirty
Hyphens: The Whole Story
Dangling Modifiers: A Quick Reference
Much Ado About Dangling Modifiers
The Dash
Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Clauses
U of O Writing Centre: Punctuation
When "is when" is Wrong
Grammar: Frequently Asked Questions
Furthermore, Transitional Words and Phrases
Integrating Quotations with Quiz
The Elements of Fiction
A Handbook of Rhetorical Devices
Literary Terms
Wheeler's List of Terms
Paul Marchbanks' Literary Terms
Narrative Point of View
More on narrative POV
Elizabethan World View
Poetic Forms
Elizabethan Worldview: Tillyard in a Nutshell
Wheeler's PPP on The Great Chain of Being
How is analysis different from description?
Sample MLA Essay
Canterbury High School Style Guide
How to Write a News Story
Graphic Organizers
Freudian Terminology
2017-18 School Year Calendar
Target Audience
Target Audience

Ontario Curriculum