6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- What part of RACE (The "R" or the "A" or the "C" or the "E") starts with the phrase "This is significant"?
- What part of RACE (The "R" or the "A" or the "C" or the "E") starts with a transition like "First" or "Second"?
- This includes the topic sentence, two RACE supports, and a clincher.
- For what does the "A" stand in RACE?
- This is a transition to start a A (Add Scene Information) to show an example.
5 True/False questions
Clincher → This sentence wraps up the entire body.
Respond with Example o Reason #1 → For what does the "R" stand in RACE?
Direct Quote → This comes directly from the text and is preceded by the speaker and followed by author's last name and page number. This PROVES the "R."
Citation → This is a transition that can start the R1 (Respond w/ 1st Example) sentence.
Transitions → These lead the reader from one sentence or paragraph to another. These must be followed by a comma. An example of one of these is "For instance,..."