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Benchmark 7 Review

Final Exam Review

Prewriting organize thoughts (web, list, chart)
Drafting rough copy (you should be the first to edit)
Revising change/add/delete things
Editing correct mistakes in grammar, usage, spelling and mechanics
Publishing a neat and legible final copy
After receiving a grade for any writing piece, it is always a good idea to reflect on it because... you recognize your strengths, weaknesses, and set goals for improvement.
The NJASK scoring rubric has a range of scores from ____ to ____. 1 to 6
The rubric can be used in the following ways... improve and evaluate writing
Introduction opening section of a composition, presents main idea, grabs the reader’s attention, and sets the tone
Body ideas are developed (main part of the composition)
Conclusion summarizes an argument or main idea, and points the reader toward action or further reflection
Informative Defines terms, gives directions, or tells how things work by presenting or explaining facts or ideas.
Narrative Tells a story and often answers the questions who, what, where, when why, and how.
Persuasive Uses facts and reasons to support a point of view and tries to convince the reader to agree.
Descriptive Presents a colorful, exact picture of a person, place, thing or experience by appealing to the five senses.
Purpose why it is written
Form type of writing
Audience who will read it
The _____________ _____________ includes all the words that tell whom or what the sentence is about. complete subject
The ____________ ____________ includes the verb and all the words that complete the verb’s meaning. complete predicate
The ___________ __________ is the main word or words in the complete subject and does not include descriptive words. simple subject
The __________ ___________ or verb is the main word or words in the complete predicate. simple predicate
Declarative Makes a statement; always ends with a period.
Interrogative Asks a question; always ends with a question mark.
Imperative Tells or asks someone to do something; usually ends with a period; may end with an exclamation mark.
Exclamatory Shows strong feeling; always ends with an exclamation point.
Complete Sentence A group of words that expresses a complete thought; has a subject and predicate.
Fragment A part of a sentence that is written as if it were a complete sentence. (Missing either subject or predicate.)
Run-On Two or more sentences written as though they were a single sentence.
Created by: cvuk