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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. basic requirements for a thesis statement
  2. counterpoints
  3. problem and solution
  4. appeal to emotion
  5. points of discussion
  1. a type of argument in which the author appeals to the readers emotions (fear, security, pity, flattery) to prove the argument
  2. b supports the essay's thesis, each consisting of a general statement backed by specific details
  3. c use of contrasting ideas to communicate a message
  4. d subject, purpose, focus, specific language, briefly state subdivisions
  5. e informs the reader of the problem and suggests action to remedy problem (similar to a persuasive argument paper)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. achieved when all parts of the essay relate to the thesis statement and to each other
  2. arrange a paragraph, and specific, concrete support for the main idea of the paragraph
  3. leads into the topic of the essay, trying to capture the reader's interest
  4. personal writing, workplace writing, subject writing, creative writing, persuasive writing, and scholarly writing
  5. speech or written form in which one expresses thoughts and feelings with imagination and creativity

5 True/False questions

  1. scoring rubicsuse of contrasting ideas to communicate a message

          

  2. types of source materialtype of argument in which the author appeals to the readers emotions (fear, security, pity, flattery) to prove the argument

          

  3. specific languagethis stage involves checking for style and conventions--spelling, grammar, usage, and punctuation

          

  4. shapingalso called clustering and webbing; more visual and less linear

          

  5. background informationgives basic material, providing a context for the points being made in an essay

          

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