5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a an authoritative and artistic (usually film) presentation which depicts the facts about an event or social, historical or cultural phenomenon
- b a comparison of two or more similar objects which suggests that if they are alike in certain respects, they will probably be alike in other ways as well
- c an account of a person's life written by someone else
- d a term used in a discussion of style to identify the person or personality speaking in a literary work
- e the feeling conveyed by the author's attitude toward his subject and by the particular way in which he writes about it
5 Multiple choice questions
- recording of past events, persons and places
- a fairly short nonfiction selection in which the author expresses his thoughts and feelings on any subject he chooses to discuss
- records and presents topics of current interest to the public through news media; journalists present facts and describe situations without attempting to interpret them.
- It is a factual recording of current events, persons and places and appears in the newspaper or magazine; it answers the questions, "Who? What? When? Why? Where? How?"
- that which conforms to fact and reality. Truth may be either objective or subjective depending upon the person's point of view
5 True/False questions
subjective truth → The author incorporates personal experiences into his writing or projects into the narrative his personal disposition, judgments, values, and feelings.
point of view → an article in a newspaper or magazine that gives the editor's or author's point of view.
generalization → writing intended to make clear or explain something which might otherwise be difficult to understand
autobiography → an account of a person's life written by someone else
diary → Bias occurs when an author prejudices the audience in favor of one side of an issue by not covering the topic fairly. Bias should be avoided in nonfiction writing