Write an introduction to an informative and factual blog post titled “What is a Typo?” Here is a brief on what the article is going to be about: “I will introduce the reader to typos, their various types, and why it’s important for us as writers not to have them”. Write the headline. Write 3 sentences to convince the reader why this article is worth their time. Write 2-3 sentences about the body of your blog post using knowledge from the above bullet points and sound bites. The final two sentence should tell readers how to engage with you.
To be more specific, here is what your blog post will cover: The term “typo”, the different types of typos, and why they are important to you as a writer. “Reaching out to readers, the importance of mistakes in our writing and how to utilize them, the value of correcting grammar errors, and how we can all help promote good punctuation and proofreading”. Your blog article might also use some sound bites or short quotes from sources such as Grammar Girl or book authors such as John Green.
Article background information [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]:”typo, grammar mistakes, proofreading” : “”
Where will readers be able to find your blog article? Make it easy for them! Here you might include your blog title and URL, twitter handle, facebook url. This might also include a short bio about yourself (80 characters or less) and your Twitter handle. This is usually a good place to include a link so that readers can find you on other social media networks.
Article background [to use as knowledge, not to be copied verbatim]:”blog title, url, twitter handle, facebook url, bio” : “”
What could be better than a relaxing vacation or weekend trip by the lake? Definitely not spending the day visiting all the best places to visit in Kansas! KC has everything from museums and concerts to zoos and amusement parks, but there are also smaller towns with their own unique attractions. Here is a list of these gems, compiled by Kansas Travelers Society, that are definitely worth your time.
Situated on Lake Shawnee, the town features the 1856 limestone courthouse, Civil War memorials and open spaces. It also offers endless fishing at the 135-acre Lake Shawnee and access to the Military Ridge State Trail. Sporting activities include golfing, basketball and softball.
The John Brown Museum, at the site of the abolitionist’s first residence in Kansas, has more than 5,000 artifacts and objects related to his raid on pro-slavery towns. It also tells the story of the Free State movement that followed and resulted in Kansas becoming a free state in 1861.
Bevill State Park features history and nature. The park was created by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s, including several historic structures. Over 400 acres of land and five lakes allow visitors to swim, canoe, kayak and fish. Don’t miss the museum with exhibits dedicated to the CCC!
The city has a variety of attractions for families, including arts, crafts and music festivals. There is also an 18-mile paved Katy Trail passing through the city that hikers, bicyclists and joggers can enjoy. There are also a number of entertainment venues like the historic Lyric Theatre and Community Playhouse and the Arvonia Opera House that offer fine arts, theatre and music performances.
The city has the Chautauqua Park and Lake with a marina, fish hatchery and fishing. The park also has a boat launch, pavilions, playgrounds and picnic areas.
Brainerd is home to the Chautauqua County Historical Society Museum (founded in 1919), the Chautauqua Heritage Area (a historic district) and Chautauqua Institution.
The city is also home to the historic Chautauqua Home for Children, which has been in operation since 1874.
Introduction: What is a Chautauqua County?
Here I’ll just describe a few of the famous places you can find in Chautauqua county. Typos are a part of everyday life. A fact we learn as kids, in school, and grow up knowing. As adults we “integrate” this knowledge into our daily activities: writing the important words correctly is just something we do without even noticing. It is not until a teacher calls you “out” on it that we remember, and we get embarrassed – then sometimes angry.
Chautauqua county was named for the Chautauqua Institution, which was founded in 1874 to serve as a summer school for alternative education. The Chautauqua Institute in New York is the oldest continuously operating educational institution in the country. It is known for its liberal arts classes, such as journalism and philosophy; courses that promote intellectual interchange through lectures and informal discussion.
Chautauqua County, Kansas, is the least populous county in the state. The county seat is Fredonia. It was established in 1876 under the Kansas Code of 1875 as a civil township (later called a township) in Chautauqua County. It was named for the Chautauqua Institution for which it was an outgrowth. In 1884 the township was renamed, and in 1894 the city of Fredonia was incorporated.
Where is Chautauqua County Located?
It’s located in Northeastern Kansas. It is in the heart of the Flint Hills and the Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge helps protect this habitat. Chautauqua county is made up of 5 towns: Chawnee, Erie, Eureka, LaCygne, and Lewis. The county is named after Chautauqua Lake, which means “big lake”.
Chautauqua County was created in 1855, which at that time included the land of present day Marion and Wilson counties, as well as parts of Bourbon, Osage and Cherokee counties. The origin of the name is uncertain. One explanation is that it refers to Chautauqua Lake, and another is that a local Chautauquan suggested the name after the Chautauqua Institution in New York. When the two were merged in 1862 it became Chautauqua County.
The first claim to discovery of gold in Kansas was made in 1854, on French Creek near the site of present-day Chautauqua. The word “Chautauqua” passed into American English by way of a resort in New York state.