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Writing Review (Grade 6)

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Which of the following words WOULD NOT be used to wrap up or conclude your information?
  1. Finally
  2. As a result
  3. First of all
  4. In conclusion
When I played in Little League, he'd drive me. The Conservation Club was next to the park. He'd hang out there until practice was over. Once, he came to pick me up a little early. He interrupted the coach and insisted on explaining the infield fly rule-- not just once, but three times. He'd have gone on like a broken record if the coach hadn't stopped him and thanked him. Luckily, the coach quickly dismissed the team.

Which of the following first word of a sentence is a transition?
  1. When
  2. Once
  3. He'd
  4. The Conservation Club
Which one of the following phrases is a time-order clue you could use to help you revise an essay in chronological order?
  1. Near the dock
  2. On the other hand
  3. Because of the wind
  4. After the storm
Which on of the following types of evidence is LEAST important in a persuasive essay?
  1. Facts
  2. Your friends' opinions
  3. The opinions of experts
  4. Statistics
Where would you look to find more information on the history of baseball?
  1. The sports section of a newspaper
  2. A popular news magazine
  3. An article on how baseball first started
  4. An autobiography (when someone writes a story about their own life) of a baseball player
The three main goals or purpose that an author may use when writing are?
  1. Excite, Hype, Wow
  2. Lie, Dilute, Falsify
  3. Inform, Entertain, Persuade
  4. Fiction, Non-Fiction, Reality
Venn diagrams and web charts are two examples of                                           .
The protagonist of the novel is
  1. Simon.
  2. Jack.
  3. Ralph.
  4. Piggy.
If you are doing research about how to take care of a hamster, which category should you use to look up information on the computer?
  1. By title
  2. By author
  3. By illustrator
  4. By subject
If you want to explain the differences and similarities between two items, what mode of writing would you use?
  1. Compare and contrast
  2. Logical
  3. Sequential
  4. Cause and effect

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