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Which text structure organizes details in time order; may include dates, times, or numbered sequences?
a) chronological/sequence b) compare/contrast c) problem/solution d) cause and effect
Which text structure compares two or more people, things, ideas, or events to tell how they are similar and different?
a) chronological/sequence b) compare/contrast c) problem/solution d) cause/effect
Which text structure states a problem and suggests one or more solutions?
a) chronological/sequence b) compare/contrast c) problem/solution d) cause/effect
Which text structure relates two or more events by examining what happened and why?
a) cause/effect b) compare/contrast c) description d) problem/solution
Which text structure states a topic and supports it with details like what the topic looks like, sounds like, smells like, tastes like, and feels like?
a) cause/effect b) compare/contrast c) description d) informational
Which of these is NOT included in the category of text features?
a) pictures b) bullets c) bold/italic/underlined text d) main idea/details
What's the purpose of including dates in a passage?
a) to show that sequence of events is important b) to show how the events happened c) to tell how important the events were d) to tell which came first
Which types of evidence are NOT acceptable to use in informative or persuasive text?
a) case studies b) examples c) opinions d) statistics
Read the following statement: 'These discoveries prove that Schliemann should be recognized as a great archaeologist.' Which of the following is TRUE about this statement?
a) Stereotyping is used to make a general statement about archaeologists. b) The author claims that Schliemann proved the existence of Troy. c) The author uses false reasoning to make a statement that is not completely true. d) The statement give an expert opinion as evidence.
What is the difference between a primary and a secondary source?
a) primary sources come from direct observation of an event, secondary sources come from after the event b) primary sources use third person POV, secondary sources use first person POV c) primary sources are written after the events occurred, secondary sources are written at the same time the event is occurring d) primary source authors cite other sources, secondary source authors speak from personal experience
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