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Common Core Standard CCRA.W.3 Questions

Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details and well-structured event sequences.

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Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.4.3d
Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.4.3a
Grade 10 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.9-10.3
What is another word for "narrative?"
  1. Story
  2. Letter
  3. Book
  4. Essay
Grade 10 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.9-10.3
Which of the following is NOT an element of a narrative?
  1. Character
  2. Outcome
  3. Justification
  4. Setting
Grade 3 Writing Fiction CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.3.3a, W.4.3a, W.5.3a
What pre-writing strategy can help make sure your story stays organized?
  1. brainstorm
  2. free write
  3. storyboarding
  4. KWL chart
Grade 10 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.9-10.3a, W.9-10.3b
Read the sample thesis statement below and choose which piece of evidence from the essay would best support the controlling idea.

"Work in the city life attracted people from all around the world only for it to prove wretched when they arrived."
  1. "And this is the story--a true one: Susie L_____ was a beautiful girl of seventeen, the daughter of a farmer in western New York. " (paragraph 3)
  2. "The prices there paid are of the best that are paid in the city; Susie received a dollar a day." (paragraph 4)
  3. "They bend over their work with aching backs and throbbing brows; sharp pains dart through their eyeballs; they breathe an atmosphere of death." (paragraph 2)
  4. "Three months had not passed before she found her strength unequal to the task, and thereafter she rode to and fro in the streetcars." (Paragraph 4)
Grade 4 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.4.3a, W.5.3a, W.6.3a, W.7.3a, W.8.3a
Everything was fine in our tent in the backyard until two cats started battling in the woods behind my house. The sounds they made were like screams in the night, so Darius and I scrambled for the safety of my bedroom.

After reading the paragraph, decide which of the sentences would be a good topic sentence.
  1. Even camping in the backyard can be frightening.
  2. Every year, thousands of families camp during the summer months.
  3. I have a very small backyard, barely enough room to pitch a tent.
  4. Always be sure to camp with the proper clothing and supplies.
Grade 10 Writing CCSS: CCRA.W.3, W.9-10.3a
Which of the following is NOT a method for opening a narrative?
  1. Tell a joke
  2. Tell a story
  3. Give a statement
  4. Describe an event
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