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Academic Vocabulary Practice
A section of text focused on a single idea is a … A section of text focused on a single idea is a … A ) Topic sentence B) Paragraph C) Main Idea
Contain details that elaborate on, explain, or prove a paragraphs main idea A) Topic sentence B) Transition C) Supporting details
All of the sentences of the paragraph relate to the main idea A) Unity B) Coherence C) Spatial Order
The sentences of the paragraph are clearly connected and arranged A) Unity B) Supporting details C) Coherence
Organizational structure and transitional words help to create… A) Coherence B) Supporting detail C) Unity
What we experience through our senses A) Facts B) Sensory details C) Supporting details
Information that can be proven true by direct observation or by checking a reliable reference source A) Examples B) Sensory Details C) Facts
Details are arranged according to their location (often used in descriptive writing) A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
The most important idea is located at the beginning or end of a series in this kind of organizational pattern A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
This kind of organizational pattern is often used in persuasive writing A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
Details are arranged in the order that they happened. A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
This organizational pattern is often used to tell stories or to explain a process A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
This kind of paragraph is used to convince others to accept the writers position or take action A) Persuasive B) Descriptive C) Expository
This kind of paragraph provides information A) Persuasive B) Expository C) Narrative
This kind of paragraph describes a scene or an object A) Descriptive B) Narrative C) Persuasive
This kind of paragraph includes information in forms of facts, examples, definitions, etc A) Persuasive B) Descriptive C) Expository
This kind of paragraph explains a sequence of events or tells a story A) Expository B) Narrative C) Persuasive
If you were asked to describe your bedroom, which organizational pattern would be the wisest to use? A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
If you were to tell all about your family reunion, which organizational pattern would be the wisest to use? A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
If your purpose is to bring an image to life with sensory details, what kind of paragraph are you writing? A) Expository B) Descriptive C) Narrative
If you are asked to relate a series of events such as your first day of school, what kind of paragraph are you writing? A) Persuasive B) Descriptive C) Narrative
This type of paragraph is the kind that you usually write to short answer questions or essays for your teacher A) Expository B) Descriptive C) Narrative
Your teacher wants you to write an essay convincing the principal to allow a field trip. What kind of essay will you write? A) Descriptive B) Persuasive C) Narrative
Your teacher asks you to research a famous author. What kind of essay will you be writing? A) Descriptive B) Narrative C) Expository
Paragraph Jeopardy Terms Supporting Sentences OrganizationTransitions Pot Luck Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final.
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