Grade 5 Language - Titles
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Grade 5 Language - Titles

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Some titles should be underlined, whereas others are italicized or have quotation marks around them. It all depends upon the type of work it is. Most of the time students need to memorize the types that need to be underlined or italicized. A simple rule of thumb for some types of works is that smaller work within larger work should be put within quotation marks. In this quiz, the students will determine how the title should be written.

1.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
I turned to chapter 3, LILIES AND DAISIES.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Chapters in books should be in quotation marks
2.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
We saw the MONA LISA painting hanging in a famous museum.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Paintings should be in italics
3.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
A woman outside of the grocery stored asked if I wanted to subscribe to the CHICAGO TRIBUNE newspaper.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Newspaper titles should be in italics
4.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
After reading the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, I put it back on the shelf.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Titles of magazines should be italicized
5.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
My cousin won the MVP AWARD in baseball.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Awards should be kept in regular type
6.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
I listened to Taylor Swift's album, RED, yesterday.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Titles of albums should be italicized
7.
When should a title be underlined instead of italicized?
If the title is a reference material
If the title is on the Internet
If the title is longer than five words
If the title is being handwritten
Usually, people can't write in italics
8.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
My short story, A LITTLE JOURNEY, was published.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Short stories should be put in quotation marks
9.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
After watching THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW, I went to sleep.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Titles of television episodes should be put in quotation marks
10.
How should the capitalized title in the sentence below be written?
The DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE set America free.
In quotation marks
In italics
In capital letters
In regular type
Political documents should be written in regular type
Author:  Amy Flanders

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