Writing Workshop

To create the proper style for an argumentative essay, writers should delete personal “I” statements. Which question can help a writer analyze a prompt and develop a claim for an argumentative essay? An effective claim for an argumentative essay is precise and knowledgeable. Which statement best describes the introduction of Read more…

Writing test 3

A disadvantage of using a sentence outline instead of a topic outline is that a sentence outline is often time-consuming . When assembling a writing plan for an essay, which of the following should come first? . Material that catches the reader’s interest To make sure your reader remembers the Read more…

50 Essays Vocabulary Words

querulous tending to complain; whining quantitative relating to quantity; measurable nonchalant indifferent, calm, and unconcerned promiscuous demonstrating or applying and undiscriminating or unselective approach anthropomorphism attributing human characteristics to non humans feign pretend something, invent something assuage relieve something unpleasant futile in vein, having no useful result sanguine confident; cheerfully Read more…

5 paragraph essay format I

Hook/grabber Gains the reader’s attention right away and also gives an idea of the topic of the paper. Introduction The first paragraph that introduces the topic to the reader and makes the reader want to read it. Thesis statement Located at the end of the introduction, tells reader the main Read more…

HR ch:8

Managers need to constantly engage in a dialogue with their subordinates. a. True b. False True Most performance appraisals focus on long-term improvement, rather than short-term achievements. a. True b. False False The two most common purposes of performance management programs are administrative and developmental. a. True b. False True Read more…

TPS E3LS – 50 Essays Details

the different ways Douglass learned how to read and write Learning to Read and Write – topic ETHOS (Douglass talks about his first-hand experience as a slave), pathos (Douglass appeals to the reader’s sense of pity for him) Learning to Read and Write – modes of persuasion narrative Learning to Read more…

CBEST Writing

CBEST content specification ability to 1. write with clarity (i.e. the reader can comprehend immediately what is meant) 2. keep the writing focused (i.e. the reader is kept on the track) 3. develop the ideas in the writing through support or illustration 4. use the conventions of standard written English Read more…