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5 Matching questions

  1. stages of the writing process
  2. Toulman's model of arguement
  3. appeal to emotion
  4. purposes of writing
  5. ways to avoid generalizations
  1. a prewriting (also called planning or rehearsal), shapping, drafting, revising, editing, proofreading and publishing
  2. b type of argument in which the author appeals to the readers emotions (fear, security, pity, flattery) to prove the argument
  3. c be specific, use facts/data/statistics, use/attribute quotes; quantify don't qualify; use of "it seems," try not to overstate situation, base writing on authority, break down the topic
  4. d to express yourself, to inform a reader, to persuade a reader, to create a literary work
  5. e the claim, the support, the warrant

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. use transitional expressions, use pronouns effective, uses deliberate repetition effectively, use parallel structures effectively
  2. facts, data, and opinions of others used to support assertions and conclusions
  3. impressionistic; method based on theory that a whole piece of writing is greater than the sum of its parts; essays are read for a total impression they create, rather than individual aspects; grammar, spelling, and organization should not be considered as separate entities
  4. chronological order, classification, illustration, climax, location, comparison, cause and effect
  5. reference works, internet, student-created sources, other

5 True/False questions

  1. editingthis stage involves checking for style and conventions--spelling, grammar, usage, and punctuation

          

  2. basic requirements for a thesis statementstates the central message of the essay, accurately reflecting the essay's content

          

  3. steps of revisionthe writer demonstrates similarities and differences between two or more subjects

          

  4. reference worksonline: dictionaries, encyclopedias, writers' reference handbooks, books of lists, almanacs, thesauruses, books of quotations, and so on; various search engines and portals to gather ideas and information

          

  5. prewritingthis 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