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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. workplace writing
  2. proofreading
  3. guidelines for evaluating evidence
  4. topic sentence
  5. assertion
  1. a the first sentence of the paragraph; it gives the reader an idea of what the paragraph is going to be about
  2. b calls for you to read your final copy for typing errors or handwriting legibility
  3. c is it sufficient? is it representative? is it relevant? is it accurate? are claims qualified?
  4. d a sentence stating your topic and the point you want to make about it
  5. e middle and secondary level students learn how to prepare resumes, cover letters, job applications, and business letters

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. speech or written form in which one expresses thoughts and feelings with imagination and creativity
  2. personal writing, workplace writing, subject writing, creative writing, persuasive writing, and scholarly writing
  3. examples of student's essays, created to organize and explain their selections for end-of-term writing; reveals how much students learn from such reflection; careful attention to students reflections invites instructors to change their approach so that it encourages the process of learning that students describe
  4. ends the essay smoothly, not abruptly, flowing logically from the rest of the essay
  5. provides students with the opportunity to play with language, to express emotions, to articulate stories, or to develop a drama for others to enjoy

5 True/False questions

  1. problem and solutioninforms the reader of the problem and suggests action to remedy problem (similar to a persuasive argument paper)

          

  2. tonethe way the an author uses words, phrases, and sentences to formulate ideas

          

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

          

  4. spatial sequencespatial, geometrical, or geographical arrangement of ideas according to their position in space (examples: left/right, top/bottom, circular, adjacent)

          

  5. sarcasmuse of positive feedback or cutting wit to mock someone

          

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