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Ela writting test

An introduction consists of 2____________ _____________, followed by a complete ________ ________. *general statement *sentence starter
body paragraphs begin with a _______ __________ such as "undoubtedly", " without question" , "you'll see"," there are many reasons , or "actually' *Sentence starters
The ______ _______ is the topic of the body paragraph. *main idea
me=_____ author=______ me=________ *claim *evidence *explation
the 1st sentence of a conclusion should ________ the thesis using synonyms. *restate
the 2nd sentence in the conclusion should describe an ________ about the topic. *emotion
the 3rd sentence should _______ __ _____ of action. *pose a plan
words such as IN ADDITION, ALSO, FIRST, ON THE OTHER HAND , LATER , IN CONTRAST , are called ________ words and should be used through out your essay. *transition
when explaining your evidence , you should begin the sentence with THIS ________ or THIS SUGGEST. *means *suggest
when citing evidence , begin with words such as ACCORDING TO THE _________ , THE ________ states or IN THE __________. *article *passage *passage
a introduction needs _________ , ___________, __________ *general statement *general statement *thesis stamen
a body paragraph needs ___________________ *sentence starter *answer * main idea * main event *main event
a conclusion needs __________ , ___________ and __________ *restate *answer *pose a plan
r=______ a=____ c=_______ e=_______ *restate *answer *cite *explain
___ extended ending ___ main event ___entertaining beginning ___suspence ___ resolution *5 *3 *1 *2 *4
list 3 red flag words *suddenly *a moment later *just then
list 3 sensory words *feel *taste *smell
always include character _______, ________ , ______, and ________ throught out the story. *action *thought *taste *hear
Created by: Breaux



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