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R.A.C.E. Writing Strategy
Terms in this set (15)
What writing strategy did you learn last week to answer open-ended questions?
The R.A.C.E. strategy
Why would you need to use the RACE writing strategy?
To properly respond to an open-ended question(s)
What does the "R" stand for?
Restate the question
What are open-ended questions?
Questions that lead to a further discussion.
Open-ended questions answer but must be
Where does your supporting evidence come from?
The reading selection
What does the "A" stand for in R.A.C.E.?
Answer all parts of the question
What does the "C" stand for?
Cite the evidence
When you are citing directly from the text, what do you NEED to include?
What does the "E" stand for?
Explain your answer
First, Additionally, In Effect, To begin with, In closing, are all examples of....
Do you always need to take quoted text from stories you read when you cite them?
No, any word, phrase, or sentence, can be a quote...
In closing, Malala was a courageous young girl who stood up for the educational rights of girls around the world.
Which paragraph would this be in an open-ended response?
If there are two questions on #3, how many answers should you have?
Why do we use transitions in our writing?
They make our writing flow.
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