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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. problem and solution
  2. purpose
  3. types of presentation strategies
  4. plagerizing
  5. general reading public
  1. a composed of educated, experienced readers, people who read newspapers, magazines, and books
  2. b informs the reader of the problem and suggests action to remedy problem (similar to a persuasive argument paper)
  3. c is to present another person's words or ideas as if they were your own
  4. d either to give your reader information or to persuade your readers to agree with you
  5. e 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. in this stage, the writer looks back at his/her work and self-evaluates, and the audience evaluates the effectiveness of the writing
  2. the overall feeling created in a piece of writing
  3. taking a draft from its preliminary to its final version by evaluating, adding, cutting, moving material, editing, and proofreading
  4. the writer demonstrates similarities and differences between two or more subjects
  5. speech or written form in which one sets forth to convince

5 True/False questions

  1. guidelines for evaluating evidenceis it sufficient? is it representative? is it relevant? is it accurate? are claims qualified?


  2. illustrationthe topic sentence is stated and then followed by the details


  3. portfoliosexamples of student's essays, created to organize and explain their selections for end-of-term writing; reveals how much students learn from such reflection; careful attention to students reflections invites instructors to change their approach so that it encourages the process of learning that students describe


  4. journalistic questionsrepeats another's words exactly and encloses them in quotation marks


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