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What are loaded terms?
a) Numbers with a persuasive purpose b) Strongly emotional words c) A quote from an expert supporting an idea d) Extreme exaggeration
Which of the below is an example of caricature?
a) Get the Aveda Hair Gloss - and make this your time to shine. b) Don't be the only one at school with drab, dull hair. c) This will make your hair shine brighter than 1,000,000 stars. d) Who wants thin, limp, dull hair when you can be glossy instead?
Which of the following is a leading question?
a) What is your name? b) How many students are taking Algebra 1? c) Do you like Oreo cookies or the candy bar Snickers better? d) Who wants to do boring old chores when you could be enjoying your favorite show on Netflix?
What is a generalization?
a) A statement that is broad, vague, not specific, and usually not provable. b) A statement that offends the reader. c) A statement that manipulates the reader into wanting to fit in. d) A statement that confuses the reader with questions and numbers.
What is a commonplace assertion?
a) An opinion that cannot be proved b) An opinion that cannot be proved but which is held by so many people it is considered common c) An opinion that is held by a small minority of people d) An opinion that is seen as extreme and unusual by most people
Which words normally signal that an opinion is being expressed?
a) should, should not b) smaller, larger c) need to, must d) Answers 1 and 3
Which of the following is a fact?
a) Ms. Franke is absent today. b) Ms. Franke is the best teacher ever. c) Ms. Franke is hilarious. d) None of the above.
Which of the following is an organizational structure that likely uses words like solve, resolve, resolution, fix, improve, and correct?
a) chronological organizaiton b) cause and effect organization c) problem solution organization d) compare contrast organization
Which of the following is an organizational structure that likely uses words like as opposed to, the difference, however, unlike, similarly, and likewise?
a) chronological organizaiton b) cause and effect organization c) problem solution organization d) compare contrast organization
Which organizational pattern likely uses words like therefore, as a result, thus, hence, due to, resulted in, and produced?
a) chronological organization b) cause and effect organization c) compare contrast organization d) problem solution organization
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