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Common Core Standard CCRA.W.2 Questions

Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content.

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Grade 5 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.3.2b, W.4.2b, W.5.2b, W.6.2b
Scientists are learning a great deal about the aging process. This knowledge will allow doctors to help their patients live longer and better lives. They will be able to defeat diseases associated with aging and perhaps even delay the onset of old age. Many doctors would agree that some medicines are much too expensive.

Choose the sentence that should be removed from the paragraph.
  1. Scientists are learning a great deal about the aging process.
  2. This knowledge will allow doctors to help their patients live longer and better lives.
  3. They will be able to defeat diseases associated with aging and perhaps even delay the onset of old age.
  4. Many doctors would agree that some medicines are much too expensive.
Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2a
Choose a good topic sentence for these details.

In almost 100 years only about twelve white tigers have been seen in India.
They are almost extinct. Most of the ones living are in zoos, not in their natural habitat.
  1. The white tiger's diet consists mostly of deer and antelope.
  2. White tigers have white fur, blue eyes, and a pink nose.
  3. White tigers are extremely difficult to find in the wilderness.
  4. White tigers are still hunted in the wilderness today.
Grade 9 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.9-10.2b
What needs to go right after each example that you use?
  1. Another example
  2. Explanation
  3. Insight
  4. Conclusion
Grade 3 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.3.2d, W.4.2d, W.5.2d

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How could the author rewrite the concluding section to make it better fit the topic?

Playing soccer in new ways helps improve your skills. You can become a better player and have fun.
  1. You don't need a net or a goal to play soccer. By playing soccer in new ways, you can improve your skills and still have fun.
  2. Playing soccer in new ways helps improve your skills. By playing with a net and a goal, you can become a better player.
  3. You can become a better player by going through these activities. Best of all, they are a lot of fun.
  4. You can become a better player and have fun. Playing soccer in new ways helps improve your skills.
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2e

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The writer failed to include a conclusion. Which would make the best conclusion for this passage?
  1. Good luck and happy shooting!
  2. If you follow these steps, you are likely to shoot a successful free throw.
  3. Most people have trouble shooting free throws well.
  4. Remember: Practice makes perfect!
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.3.2c, W.4.2c, W.5.2c

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Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2b

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In which section does the writer best support a reason with facts and details?
  1. Get Fouled
  2. Perform Your Pre-Shot Routine
  3. Bend Your Knees
  4. Tuck Your Elbows
Grade 4 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.4.2, W.4.2a

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How does the author organize the piece?
  1. using headings
  2. using paragraphs
  3. using time
  4. using alphabetical order
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