The writing process part 1
For exam 986097, The Writing Process, Part 1, there are six questions that must be answered. You can find these exam questions at the end of your digital study guide (located on your MY COURSES page).
The exam and submission instructions can be found on page 53; the exam questions to be answered can be found on page 54. Please thoroughly review both of these pages before contacting the school for assistance.
For more information on this examination, you may wish to view this short message from one of your instructors:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXqdAaqP_sM&list=PLirOQ7W0zocP8NRJF2zrVVnd1DpHFaeTj&index=6.
For various resources that will help you to complete the exam, you may wish to visit the Symbaloo page for this lesson:http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/writingprocess-part1.
Writing Process, Part 1 EXAMINATION NUMBER
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Answer questions 1–4 in one or two sentences. Question 1a–1b is based on the following paragraph.
A trip to the ocean can be a relaxing escape from the everyday pressures of life. A sailboat glistening on the horizon provides a mental escape to faraway places. The rhythm of the ocean beating against the sand is sedating music to a troubled mind. A slow, gentle breeze can relax your tensions. You should always be careful to avoid overexposure to the sun at the beach.
a. Write or type the sentence that is the topic sentence of the paragraph.
b. Write or type the sentence that is unrelated to the topic and can be eliminated.
List four things to look for when you’re proofreading.
Complete the following two steps:
a. Define the term cliché.
b. Use a cliché in a sentence that you create.
Name and explain two types of prewriting.
Choose one of the prompts listed below. Write a five-sentence paragraph using chronological order to explain the steps that you would take to complete the task you select.
Describe the steps you would take to: a. prepare for a test.
b. prepare to host a party or an event. c. get ready for work.
d. clean your room or your home.
e. build a snowman, sandcastle, or sculpture. f. create a budget.
Choose one of the following topics. Write an eight-sentence paragraph that fully develops the topic.
Following instructions is very important.
Job training programs (such as Job Corps) are valuable to both employers and potential employees.
Advances in technology are making people less social.
A high school diploma is important to my future.
College is not for everyone.
Drunk driving can be stopped.
A trip to the ocean can be a relaxing escape from the everyday pressures of life. A sailboat
glistening on the horizon provides a mental escape to faraway places. The rhythm of the ocean