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Grade 9 Writing Essays
The                  states the main topic of the paragraph.
  1. topic sentence
  2. controlling idea
  3. factual details
  4. conclusion
Grade 5 Writing
April is beginning the lengthy process of choosing a college to attend. She is buying and reading guides to the best schools. She hasn't completely ruled out working for a year before attending college. She's checking out the many websites that provide information for picking the right college or university. She's even researching the climate of the area of every school she considers.

Choose the sentence that should be removed from the paragraph.
  1. April is beginning the lengthy process of choosing a college to attend.
  2. She is buying and reading guides to the best schools.
  3. She hasn't completely ruled out working for a year before attending college.
  4. She's checking out the many websites that provide information for picking the right college or university.
  5. She's even researching the climate of the area of ever school she considers.
Grade 8 Writing Essays
What does it mean to use explicit textual evidence?
  1. read between the lines
  2. use the information directly from the text
  3. break down the information
  4. add your own personal thoughts to the information read
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 12 Conducting Research CCSS: CCRA.W.7, W.11-12.7
A primary source could be:
  1. a biography
  2. an autobiography
  3. an encyclopedia
  4. an atlas
Grade 5 Writing Fiction
Read the paragraph from a narrative. Then answer the question.

The boat pitched from side to side. The sky grew darker, and the wind howled eerily through the trees. I looked around the boat, frantically searching for the paddle. Suddenly, I told Aaron to look out on the water where the paddle was floating.

Which sentence could be improved by adding dialogue?
  1. “The boat pitched from side to side.”
  2. “The sky grew darker, and the wind howled eerily through the trees.”
  3. “I looked around the boat, frantically searching for the paddle.”
  4. “Suddenly, I told Aaron to look out on the water where the paddle was floating.”
Grade 5 Writing Fiction
Read the dialogue from a narrative. Then answer the question.

“Alec and Katie,” Mom said, with a twinkle in her eye, “I have some news for you!”

“What is it?” I asked, impatiently.

Mom’s face broke into a giant smile. “Remember that trip to the beach we’ve been planning?”

What does the dialogue tell about the situation?
  1. The narrator is feeling annoyed with the question.
  2. The narrator’s mother doesn’t want to go the beach.
  3. The narrator doesn’t understand what his mother is saying.
  4. The narrator’s mother has planned a surprise vacation for her children.
Grade 4 Opinion Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.1, W.4.1
Grade 4 Revising and Editing

This question is a part of a group with common instructions. View group »

What is the error in sentence 5?
  1. Cent is spelled incorrectly.
  2. Graham is spelled incorrectly.
  3. Sandwichs is spelled incorrectly.
  4. Correct as is.
Grade 9 Expository Essays
Which of the following is NOT an example of expository writing?
  1. Science textbook
  2. A recipe
  3. Brochure
  4. None of the above
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