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200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 200 400 600 800 1000 DefineList Fill in the Blank True/FalseShort answer
Adj., joined, together
Define 200 Points United
n., Information collected and organized for a topic
Define 400 Points data
n., the gathering of information
Define 600 Points research
v., to use things up, to eat
Define 800 Points consume
n., a poll
Define 1,000 Points survey
Name two helping verbs that mean ability
List 200 Points can, could
Name two helping verbs that mean possibility
List 400 Points could, might
Name the helping verb that gives or asks permission
List 600 Points may
What are two characteristics of an anecdote?
List 800 Points interesting, funny
What two parts of speech does a helping verb come between in a statement?
List 1,000 Points subject, action verb
A(n) ________ is an attachment, connection, or tie
Fill in the Blank 200 Points bond
_________ is useful or helpful
Fill in the Blank 400 Points beneficial
_________ is to understand that something is good, to act thankful for it, to value it.
Fill in the Blank 600 Points appreciate
A disgusted look is a _______.
Fill in the Blank 800 Points grimace
To strongly as someone to please do something is to __________.
Fill in the Blank 1,000 Points plead
The main purpose of a research report is to give information
True/False 200 Points True
You cannot expect to find facts in a research report.
True/False 400 Points False
The percentage of students who drink alcohol and smoke is lower if they eat meals with their families.
True/False 600 Points True
Descriptive language is used in a survey
True/False 800 Points False
Descriptive language is used in an anecdote
True/False 1,000 Points True
Who was Amy Tan in love with in her story “Fish Cheeks?”
Explain 200 Points the minister’s son
How does Tan feel during dinner?
Explain 400 Points ashamed
What did Tan’s mother want to teach her?
Explain 600 Points Not to be ashamed of her Chinese culture
What does Tan realize many years later about the Christmas meal in the story?
Explain 800 Points that her mother cooked all of her favorite meals for dinner.
What was the main conclusion of the research report “Do Family Meals Matter?”
Short answer 1,000 Points It is important for families to eat together
DefineList Fill in the Blank True/FalseShort answer.
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To inform To Persuade To Entertain A piece that INFORMS might: Teach about history, science or other subjects Report an event Describe facts.
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