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Chpt1 Eng Ascen 6

English

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A __________________is a story. narrative
True or False: A personal narrative is a short story or novel? False : a personal narrative is a true story about the author.
A personal narrative is a true story about _________________. the author
If I am writing a true story about my own life, I am writing what? a personal narrative
A personal narrative is told from what point of view? first person point of view
What pronouns are used in a personal narrative? I, me, we, us
The _____________ does affect the style and content of the narrative. audience
True or False: The audience does not affect the style and content of the narrative. false; the audience does affect the style and content of the narrative
The introduction includes the _____________statement and creates an interest in the audience. thesis
The ______________includes the thesis statement and creates an interest in the audience. introduction
The introduction includes the thesis statement and creates an_______ in the audience. interest
The body of the story tell the ________of the story in chronological order. events
The body of the story tells the events of the story in _____________order. chronological
The ________of the story tells the events of the story in chronological order. body
The three ways to end a story are: a summary, a last fact or detail, or a personal comment
Dictionaries list words in ________order. alphabetical
__________lists words in alphabetical order. Dicdtionaries
Entries show __________, __________,__________,_____________,_________, and often____________. syllables, pronunciation, part of speech, definition, other endings, and often sample words or phrases
_________show syllables, pronunciation, part of speech, definition, other endings, and often sample words or phrases. Entries
_________words are at the top of the dictionary page. Guide
Guide words are at the top of the dictionary page and show the_____and ______words on the page. first and last
___________sentences lose focus and contain too many details. Rambling
__________sentences are two or more sentences that have been put together without correct punctuation. Run-on
When we are ____________written work it should include changing rambling sentences and run-on sentences. revising
When we are revising written work it should include changing _______sentences and ________sentences. rambling and run-on
Using _______words helps the audience to understand just what the writer has experienced. exact
True or False: Using exact words creates interest and helps to hold the reader's attention. True
When you are presenting a speech what should you remember: *pace (do not talk to fast or slow) *posture/gestures projection (loudness of voice) *eye contact *ease of delivery (look comfortable) *appearance *pronunciation/diction
What makes a good listener: *look at speaker *picture events *note speaker's fascial and body language *Listen to the speaker's voice *Think of question you might ask AFTER the presentation
Created by: douglastmo on 2012-10-02



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