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DefineList Fill in the Blank True/FalseShort answer
n., a very small particle or piece of a substance
Define 200 Points molecule
n., order of events
Define 400 Points sequence
v., to have the power to manage or direct something
Define 600 Points control
Adj., one of a kind
Define 800 Points unique
v., to get things from family members who lived before us
Define 1,000 Points inherit
Car, home, friend
List 200 Points What is a noun?
Think, give, love, watch
List 400 Points What is a verb?
Green, beautiful, helpful, thoughtful
List 600 Points What is an adjective?
Quietly, thoughtfully, quickly
List 800 Points What is an adverb?
You get points for doing absolutely nothing!!!
Short answer 1,000 Points FREE POINTS
The type of writing that tells a story is a(n) ___________.
Fill in the Blank 200 Points narrative
The type of writing that informs and explains is __________.
Fill in the Blank 400 Points expository
The type of writing that urges or encourages the reader is ___________.
Fill in the Blank 600 Points persuasive
The type of writing that tells how to do something is __________.
Fill in the Blank 800 Points procedural
A(n) _________ is a characteristic, a certain way something is, a feature of something.
Fill in the Blank 1,000 Points trait
Genes are inherited from your biological parents
True/False 200 Points True
To transmit to receive or get
True/False 400 Points False
To extract means to remove one thing from another thing
True/False 600 Points True
“How am I Influenced?” is the essential question for our new unit
True/False 800 Points False
We can get information about what people think from a survey
True/False 1,000 Points True
The reason an author writes a text.
Short Answer 200 Points author’s purpose
To judge the worth or importance of something is to
Short answer 400 Points evaluate
A group or division in a system of classification
Short answer 600 Points category
The act or process of judging the worth of something.
Short answer 800 Points evaluation
To classify or put into groups
Short answer 1000 Points categorize
DefineList Fill in the Blank True/FalseShort answer.
Title Category #1 Category #2 Category #3Category #
Narrative Writing. The first important thing to remember about a narrative essay is that it tells a story. The author may write about - an experience.
A type or category of literature. (biography, autobiography, documentaries, histories, non- fiction narratives, journals/diaries, news articles – newspapers,
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
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Narrative Writing Required Writing Prompt Notes. What is Narrative Writing? Narrative Writing tells a story or part of a story. ◦Can also be a reflection.
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Nonfiction Essay Unit Vocabulary. 39. Nonfiction Essay A brief discussion of a particular topic. A brief discussion of a particular topic. The topic cannot.
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Looking at Yourself There is something special about each one of us. Written by Nicole Ruge.
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Rattlesnake Hunt TYPES OF ESSAYS. Essays… An essay is a brief prose work written on a particular topic. Narrative: A true story that may focus on.
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Reading Tips Power Point THE MAIN IDEA Main Idea What is the story MOSTLY about Supporting details.
LO – Explain how alleles cause differences in inherited characteristics All – explain what inherited variation is Most – describe the structure of the.
Writing to Inform Often called expository writing. Expository writing shows or explains facts. Examples: Biography of Barack Obama News report about a.
Created by Lynne Crandall University of Michigan Revised by Clark County Curriculum Staff Writing On Demand Preparing for Assessment.
Interactive Read Aloud *Turn and Talk *Text impressions *Rally Robin *Round Robin (using turn and talk model) *Story Cards.
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Adverbs AN ADVERB modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. An adverb tells where, when, how, or to what extent.
Author’s Purpose and Point of View. Author’s Purpose The author’s purpose is their reason for writing. Authors write for many different reasons but most.
+ Author’s Purpose 02/29/ Four Reasons for Writing 1. To Persuade (Persuasive) 2. To Inform (Expository) 3. To Entertain (Narrative/story) 4. To.
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