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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. RENNS
  2. appeal to authority
  3. personal writing
  4. editing
  5. prewriting
  1. a this stage of the writing process involve gathering and selecting ideas; teachers can help students in several ways: creating lists, researching, brainstorming,reading to discover more about the author's style, talking, collecting memorabilia or clips from other texts, and free-writing
  2. b type of argument in logic in which an expert or knowledgeable other is cited for the purpose of strengthening the argument
  3. c this stage involves checking for style and conventions--spelling, grammar, usage, and punctuation
  4. d students can express their innermost thoughts, feelings, and responses through a variety of personal writing, including journal writing, diaries, logs, personal narratives, and personal essays
  5. e a memory device to check for specific, concrete details: reason, examples, names, numbers, senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the particular group of readers or viewers that the writer is addressing
  2. vague words are avoided
  3. performing speeches, plays, videos; making a speech, participating in debate; creating booklets, brochures, family scrapbooks, or personal web pages; publishing a school newspaper, magazine, or portfolio; submitting work for publication beyond classroom for a literary magazine, local newspaper, professional publication for writers
  4. to express yourself, to inform a reader, to persuade a reader, to create a literary work
  5. part of your writing that is established by what you say and how you say it

5 True/False questions

  1. brainstorminglisting all the ideas that come to mind associated with the topic


  2. revisingthis is the stage of writing that involves rewriting or "re-seeing;" emphasis is place on examining sentence structure, word choice, voice, and organization of the piece


  3. unityachieved when all parts of the essay relate to the thesis statement and to each other


  4. persuasivespeech or written form in which one sets forth to convince


  5. shapingoften called composing; putting together the ideas to create a composition


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