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Grade 9 Writing
Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.4.3a
Grade 9 Writing Essays
All of the following are useful skills for writing an expository essay, except:
  1. the writer provides supporting details.
  2. the writer includes engaging dialogue between characters.
  3. the writer organizes the body of the text.
  4. the writer states the main idea clearly.
Grade 8 Conducting Research
Grade 8 Conducting Research
Grade 11 Journalism
How long should a graf be?
  1. 1 sentence
  2. 2-3 sentences
  3. 1-2 sentences
  4. 1 graf
Grade 11 Journalism
How long should a lede sentence be?
  1. less than 25 words
  2. 35-45 words
  3. 25-35 words
  4. at least 35 words
Grade 9 Writing Essays CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.9-10.1b
When you provide supporting details, what are you providing the reader with?
  1. a summary of a text
  2. evidence of the claim
  3. a thesis statement
  4. information they don't need
Grade 9 Opinion Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.9-10.1
Many state food stamp programs now allow individuals to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at local farmers' markets. This practice supports local farmers and allows individuals who utilize the program to purchase larger amounts of food.

Which piece of evidence best supports the writer's claim?
  1. In some areas, farmers' markets operate year-round.
  2. Eating organic produce comes with significant health benefits.
  3. Fruits and vegetables are often priced lower than at local grocery stores.
  4. State food stamp programs provide incentives to encourage farmers to participate.
Grade 5 Conducting Research CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RI.5.7
If you were recording your family's oral history, who would be the best people to talk to?
  1. yourself
  2. only the children
  3. the oldest people in the family
  4. the youngest people in the family
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 Opinion Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.3.1c, W.4.1c, W.5.1c
I am writing to complain about my recent purchase. I purchased a box of your Strawberry Chews. Your company is called the Chewiest, Berriest Candy Company. You promise to have the chewiest and most berry-flavored candy around. However, when I opened the box and took a bite of the candy, it was neither chewy nor berry-flavored. Instead, my box was full of hard, lemon-flavored candies. As a customer, I was really hoping for a box of chewy strawberry candy as the name Strawberry Chews suggests. I was very disappointed.

Which two sentences show an example of the writer's use of a linking word to connect opinions and reasons?
  1. I am writing to complain about my recent purchase.
  2. I purchased a box of your Strawberry Chews.
  3. Your company is called the Chewiest, Berriest Candy Company.
  4. You promise to have the chewiest and most berry-flavored candy around.
  5. However, when I opened the box and took a bite of the candy, it was neither chewy nor berry-flavored.
  6. Instead, my box was full of hard, lemon-flavored candies.
  7. As a customer, I was really hoping for a box of chewy Strawberry candy as the name Strawberry Chews suggests.
  8. I was very disappointed.
Grade 11 Conducting Research
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