Sunday, September 21, 2014

National Punctuation Day Celebrates 10th Anniversary with a Teachers' Contest!


National Punctuation Day® celebrates its 10th anniversary on September 24 with a salute to the people who are keeping our language alive — our teachers! So, with our appreciation for all of their efforts, this year's contest is a teachers-only event.

Teachers: In an essay of no more than 250 words, explain your best methods of teaching punctuation and document the results you have achieved.

Entries will be accepted through October 31 at Jeff@NationalPunctuationDay.com

National Punctuation Day was founded in 2004 to draw attention to the importance of proper punctuation. It's a day for librarians, educators, and parents — people who are interested in teaching and promoting good writing skills to their students and their children. It's also a day to remind business people that they are often judged by how they present themselves.

Visit: www.nationalpunctuationday.com and www.facebook.com/NationalPunctuationDay

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