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Writing Review

pass writing

Type of writing used to get someone to see your viewpoint on an issue. Persuasive Writing
Type of writing used to tell a story that you have experienced. Personal Narrative
Type of writing used to let someone know all about how something looks. Descriptive Writing
Type of writing used to explain how something is done or how something works. Expository Writing
Type of sentence used at the beginning of writing to let your reader know what you are writing about. Main Idea or Topic Sentence or Thesis Statement
The ending of your paper. Conclusion.
A topic sentence followed by support. Paragraph
Words used between paragraphs that help your reader go smoothly through your paper. Transitions
A book used when you want to find a better word to use. A thesaurus
What to do after you read the topic. Brainstorm...graphic organizers...or webs
The first paper you write. Rough draft
The process of going through your paper to make sure it sounds good, sentences are varied, etc. Revision or revising
The process of going through your paper looking for grammatical mistakes or misspelled words. Editing
The polished piece of writing you do for the last time. Final Draft
The word your pronoun refers to. The antecedent
The part of speech that tells which, what kind of, or how many about a noun or pronoun. Adjective
The part of speech that tells how, when, or where about a verb or adverb. Adverb
The part of speech that names people, places, or ideas. Nouns
What do the letters in RAFT stand for? Role, Audience, Format, and Topic
What type of writing is this? Write a composition explaining how to tie a bow tie. Expository
What type of writing is this? Write about your most embarrassing moment ever. Personal Narrative
What Type of writing is this? Write a letter to your principal expressing your opinion on school uniforms. Persuasive Writing
Write a paper describing your best friend. Descriptive Writing
Created by: mjoc55



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