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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Writing Questions

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Grade 6 The Writing Process
Which thesis statement is stronger?
  1. Pollution has decreased significantly over the last ten years.
  2. 25% of the federal budget should be spent on reducing pollution.
Grade 6 The Writing Process
Which thesis statement is stronger?
  1. One person I admire is Babe Ruth, the greatest baseball player of all time.
  2. One person I admire is Babe Ruth, who is a famous baseball player.
Grade 6 Conducting Research
You want a copy of a song from your favorite band's new CD. Which of these allow you to legally copy the song from the internet?
  1. You find it on a website that says click here to download.
  2. Your friend copies it from the internet and gives it to you.
  3. You find it on the internet at a Facebook page and copy it.
  4. The artist gives permission to copy the song on his/her website.
Grade 6 Writing Essays
In the body of your paper, each paragraph should
  1. be well organized.
  2. have a topic sentence with supporting details.
Grade 6 Writing
A person who coordinates and directs
  1. creator
  2. director
  3. librarian
  4. artist
Grade 6 Conducting Research
Read the following citation and choose the correction that is needed. The type of citation will be clearly stated in the question.

Magazine Article:

Mead, Walter Russell. "The Debt We Owe the Dutch." Newsweek. 27 Apr. 2009: 39-51.
  1. The article title should be underlined.
  2. The title of the magazine article should be in quotation marks.
  3. The title of the magazine should be underlined.
  4. No correction needed.
Grade 6 Writing CCSS: CCRA.SL.1, SL.6.1
Which is a phrase you can use when you want to support an idea with specific details?
  1. I have more evidence for...
  2. I have a question about...
  3. I would like to build on that idea...
  4. I have another idea...
Grade 6 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.2, W.6.2f
Grade 6 Writing CCSS: CCRA.SL.1, CCRA.SL.6, SL.6.1, SL.6.6
Which is the most formal way to say you disagree with someone?
  1. No way!
  2. I have a different idea...
  3. Boo
  4. Oh, please.
Grade 6 Writing CCSS: CCRA.SL.1, CCRA.SL.6, SL.6.1, SL.6.6
Which is the most formal way to say you agree with someone?
  1. I think that's so great...
  2. I agree with...
  3. You're so on point!
  4. Yes!
Grade 6 Conducting Research CCSS: CCRA.W.7, W.6.7
Developing a research question helps to
  1. fulfill time demands
  2. appropriately limit your topic
  3. journal effectively
  4. cover multiple subjects
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