Grammar and Writing Sites
Grammar Bytes, a visually stimulating site containing
grammar rules and explanations plus writing tips.
The following sites contain multiple links to other sites,
including writing labs, online resources, and exercises.
Perdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
This is the most comprehensive university writing site online. It contains
handouts for every grammar skill and suggestions and examples essay and
research writing, and links to other online writing sites and centers
This page contains links to some other university online writing centers.
Garbl's Writing Center
This site includes resources on writing, research, style, grammar, spelling and
vocabulary, and includes links to contemporary essays about language use
in respected popular magazines and journals
Grammar errors to avoid in English Composition classes
Webster/s Guide to
Grammar and Writing
The University of
Illinois online grammar handbook
This site includes tips and exercises on prewriting, essay writing, and
grammar and includes quizzes
Punctuation exercises from the Little, Brown Handbook
Interactive grammar exercises from the
Litte, Brown Hanbook
A site with grammar tips and varied information.
This is a comprehensive site with lessons and activities in
grammar and writing covering the word level, the sentence level, the paragraph,
and the essay.
For ESL Students: Use of the Article
This University of Toronto site gives all of the uses of
articles for students whose first language is not English
This site contains links to lessons on grammar and
composition principles, including overcoming writers block, prewriting, ,
diction,† proofreading, revising).
Writing process exercises from the Little, Brown Handbook
Power Point Presentations
The Paradigm Online Writing Assistant gives instructions on
selecting a topic to organizing, editing, and revising.
The Paradigm Online Writing Assistant guide to thesis
The University of North Carolina writing labís guide to
constructing thesis statements.
This university writing lab handout gives advice on titling
papers and writing introductory and concluding paragraphs.
This gives student friendly advice on opening and closing
Arizona State University guide to writing ntroductions and
Master template gives excellent strategies for writing
introductions and conclusions
A good site showing original and revised passages.
Strunkís Elements of Style
This page contains a directory of online dictionary resources plus links to
translation sites, word games, and writing resources
American-English Dictionary and Thesaurus
Guide to Writing Research Papers
Capital Community College web site covers all areas of research
including gathreing materials, taking notes, quoting, plagiarism,
formatting thepaper, and MLA documentation style. It includes a link to
Capital'sAPA research paper guide as well.
A Students' Guide to Research with the WWW
This Saint Louis University web site offers tutorials for
collecting research materials online and covers such topics as understanding
the anatomy of a web page, evaluating sources, and citing online sources
Exercises for avoiding plagiarism
Textbook sites with interactive exercises
The Little, Brown Handbook Companion Website with links to
interactive exercises in writing, grammar, research.
Grammar exercises covering all of our major errors, and then some!
Actual composing exercises including purpose and audience, main idea,