6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Information that has been gathered by researchers and recorded in books, articles, and other publications. Has been interpreted or edited by another author.
- To examine and judge carefully ; act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of
- The reason for writing or for making a certain "move" in writing, for example the reason for including a certain piece of evidence or using a particular appeal for a given situation: to inform, to persuade,to entertain
- The different ways effective speeches work to persuade their audience. Aristotle recognized three major appeals: Logos, which focuses on the quality of an argument, pathos, which focuses on the values and beliefs of the audience, and ethos, which focuses on the author's character.
- Has experience and/or knowledge in a particular subject.
- The position of an issue, the purpose behind an argument.
It answers the question "So what is your point?"
6 True/False questions
Synthesize (Synthesis) → a style that places parentheses around documentation as opposed to footnotes or endnotes to reference the material
Elaboration → To examine and judge carefully ; act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of
Generalization → A general statement or concept obtained by inference from specific cases.
Coherence → The listeners at a speech or performance, or the intended readership for a piece of writing.
Bibliography → Express the meaning of (the writer or speaker or something written or spoken) using different words, esp. to achieve greater clarity.
Paraphrase → Express the meaning of (the writer or speaker or something written or spoken) using different words, esp. to achieve greater clarity.