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5 Matching questions

  1. assert and support
  2. non sequitur
  3. anecdote
  4. INEXPERIENCED WRITERS' REVISION STRATEGIES TO AVOID
  5. How to make a passive voice sentence active
  1. a locate the verb and figure out who is the agent (doer) of the verb and make that agent your verb's actual subject.
  2. b not follow raiders word choice
  3. c small
  4. d "Use big words" and "Use different words for the same meaning (use thesaurus)" [Sommers' research shows that this is the main revision strategy of inexperienced writers.]
    "Turn in first drafft." [Hjortshoj argues that most student papers are actually first drafts.
    "Check just for grammatical and spelling mistakes" [A big problem with this revision strategy is that, if you routinely make mistakes, you probably won't notice that you have done so. Also, such "editing" is not really the "reseeing" that Hjortshoj and Sommers say is expected in college level or mature writing.]
    "Use big words" and "Use different words for the same meaning (use thesaurus)" [Sommers' research shows that this is the main revision strategy of inexperienced writers.]
    Check just for grammatical and spelling mistakes" [A big problem with this revision strategy is that, if you routinely make mistakes, you probably won't notice that you have done so. Also, such "editing" is not really the "reseeing" that Hjortshoj and Sommers say is expected in college level or mature writing.]
  5. e you do research and think about your topic.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. read aloud to someone, start earlier, keep a journal of paper ideas, outline between drafts
  2. before and. (or any coordinating conjunction: and, or, but for, so, yet)
  3. utlining, talking about reading with a friend, marginalia, reading beginning and end questions/guidelines/summaries first, incarnating new vocabulary
  4. Use present tense when writing of events in texts, even if the text itself is in past tense..
  5. make notes in the margin

5 True/False questions

  1. concrete evidence can includeexperts' and scholars' writings, interviews with relevant people, examples from history and other narrative evidence, etc.

          

  2. mnemonicmemory device

          

  3. Best resources for newspaper articlesLexus Nexus and EBSCO host's Newpaper Source.

          

  4. incarnatemake your-write down word by someone saying to you

          

  5. assertion sentenceyou do research and think about your topic.

          

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