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The order of an essay should be...
a) 1 intro paragraph, several body paragraphs, 1 conlusion paragraph b) 1-2 intro paragraphs, several body paragraphs, 1-2 conlusion paragraphs c) a few intro paragraphs, lots of small (1-3 senetence) prargraphs, several conclusion paragraphs d) 1 intro paragraph, lots of small (1-3 senetnce) paragraphs, 1 conclusion paragraph
What information whould be included in the conclusion?
a) All of the above b) Restate topic sentences c) Restate thesis statement d) Make a statement that will wrap up the topic and leave the reader thinking about you main points.
How many sentences should a topic sentence be?
a) 1 b) 2-3 c) no more than 2 d) as many as it takes
When organizing the information, an easy way to remember how it is organized is which of the following?
a) Tell us what you are going to tell us. Tell us. Tell us what you told us. b) Pick a topic and write as much as you can for as long as you can. c) Organizing it is up to the person writing it. There is really no right or wrong way to do it. d) Just get the information written down. It is up to the reader to figure out how it all fits together.
What shape should an introduction look like in terms of the type of information included?
a) inverted pyramid b) square c) triangle d) diamond
How manty sentences should you use to make your thesis statement?
a) 1 b) 2-3 c) no more than 2 d) as many as it takes
In what order should the writer put the information in the introduction?
a) hook, explanation of the hook, narrow the topic, details about the narrowed topic, thesis statement b) thesis statement, hook, narrow the topic, explanation of the hook, details abou the narrowed topic c) explanation of the hook, hook, details about the narrowed topic, narrow the topic, thesis statement d) hook, explanation of the hook, thesis statement, narrow the topic, details about the narrowed topic
What is a thesis statement?
a) The final sentence in the intro paragraph. It tells the authors' main point. b) The first sentence in the body paragraph. It tells the main point of the paragraph. c) The first sentence in the introduction. It introduces the broad topic and attempts to get the reader interested . d) The final senetence in the conclusion. It leaves the reader thinking about the topic and the author's point.
What is a topic sentence?
a) The first sentence in the body paragraph. It tells the main point of the paragraph. b) The final sentence in the intro paragrap. It tells the authors' main point. c) The first sentence in the introduction. It introduces the broad topic and attempts to get the reader interested . d) The final senetence in the conclusion. It leaves the reader thinking about the topic and the author's point.
What is a hook?
a) The first sentence in the introduction. It introduces the broad topic and attempts to get the reader interested . b) The final senetence in the conclusion. It leaves the reader thinking about the topic and the author's point. c) The first sentence in the body paragraph. It tells the main point of the paragraph. d) The final sentence in the intro paragrap. It tells the authors' main point.
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