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RULES AND DIRECTIONS 1.The class will be divided into two sections (4 groups per section). 2.Heads and tails winner will select a category and amount first. 3.Only ONE person per group may answer at a time, however, all group members may help by writing the answer on the small dry erase board. 4.You must wait until AFTER the question is read entirely before answering. Your group will lose your turn if you answer before the question. You have ten seconds to answer. When time is up, give the answer or forfeit your group’s turn. 5.Take notes in your study guide as the answers are shared. 6.Remember, the questions are not in the exact order or exactly like the test! Don’t attempt to copy answers only (A, B, C, D)! You must understand the question and the answer. Good Luck and Have Fun!!!
$400 Question, Unit 1 All of the following are ways to identify the thesis statement in an introduction Except: A.It is usually the last sentence in the introduction. B.It is the main idea of the work. C.It is the first sentence in the introduction. D. It is after the hook and the bridge.
$400 Answer, Unit 1 C. It is the first sentence in the introduction.
$500 Question, Unit 1 Read the quote. What type of challenge does it describe? “Accept the challenge so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory” (Patton). A.An obstacle B.An opportunity C.A difficult task D.None of the above
$100 Question, Unit 2 A commercial shows images of very thin children starving and obviously dehydrated. This commercial is using ________to persuade you to donate to their cause. A.Logos B.Pathos C.Ethos D.None of the above
$200 Question,, Unit 2 How do you know when a topic is considered debatable? A.The topic cannot be argued. B.It is a fact C.Two logical people may or may not agree with the statement. D.None of the above
$200 Answer, Unit 2 C. Two logical people may or may not agree with the statement.
$300 Question, Unit 2 You are writing an argumentative essay. Which of the following best supports your argument that minor students should lose their driver’s license if they have poor attendance? A.Study has shown that once students are old enough to drive and have their own vehicle, they do not come to school as often as students who don’t drive. B.All student should ride the bus. C.High school students are more responsible than college students. D.None of the above.
$300 Answer, Unit 2 A. Study has shown that once students are old enough to drive and have their own vehicle, they do not come to school as often as students who don’t drive.
$400 Question, Unit 2 Scientists are interviewed about the spread of the Ebola virus. They encourage the public to report any symptoms of the virus. What persuasive appeal is primarily used? A.Ethos B.Pathos C.Logos D.None of the above
$500 Question, Unit 2 Why is the use of logos the most important appeal to be able to be used skillfully? A.It builds support for a claim with reasoning and support. B.It builds trust and character. C.It appeals to emotions. D.None of the above.
$500 Answer, Unit 2 A.It builds support for a claim with reasoning and support.
$200 Question, The Giver When does Jonas accept his Call to Adventure? A.When he was bathing Larissa. B.When he escaped with Gabe. C.During the Ceremony of Twelves. D.When he noticed the apple change.
$200 Answer, The Giver C. During the Ceremony of Twelves.
$300 Question, The Giver Jonas shows the quality of integrity in this example: A.He knew he wouldn’t be rude to the community although he was allowed to as the Receiver of Memory. B.He loved giving Gabe memories. C.He chose to lie to his parents about how he was feeling. D.None of the above.
$300 Answer, The Giver A. He knew he wouldn’t be rude to the community although he was allowed to as the Receiver of Memory.
$500 Question,The Giver Being a parent in Jonas’s community is a temporary job. All the following support this except: A.Grandparents do not spend time with grandchildren. B.Children do not know who their biological parents are. C.Children will see their parents again during their release. D. None of the above.
$500 Answer, The Giver C. Children will see their parents again during their release.
$200 Question, “Other” One of the test questions asks you to infer or to make an inference. What does this mean? A.To look at the other side of the argument. B.To make an educated guess based on textual evidence. C.To form an opinion about the passage. D.None of the above.
$200 Answer VIP B. To make an educated guess based on textual evidence.
$300 Question, “Other” How can we tell what is the author’s point of view? A.He may mention his claim over and over. B.He may state it in his thesis. C.He may give evidence to support the topic throughout the passage. D.All of the above.
$400 Question, “Other” The tone word critical more than likely means: A.The writer is trying to say that something is extremely important. B.The writer does not want you to believe him. C.The writer argues for both sides of an issue. D.None of the above.
$400 Answer, “Other” A.The writer is trying to say that something is extremely important.
$500 Question, “Other” Choose the sentence that does not contain any errors in grammar, usage, or punctuation. A.Susy loves sushi, and so it is eaten by her every week. B.Sushi is usually not cooked; the packaging dose state that it is raw. C.My favorite sushi is the califonia roll because their is avocado in it! D.They’re going to Island Sushi because their friends will meet them there.
$500 Answer, “Other” They’re going to Island Sushi because their friends will meet them there.