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Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Writing Terms
Question 1 An organizational structure of text in which there is a description or events and their causes or consequences.
Answer 1 What is – cause and effect?
Question 2 The accepted rules of written and spoken language.
Answer 2 What is – conventions ?
Question 3 A combination of words that is not strictly in accordance with grammatical rules and often possesses a meaning other that its grammatical or logical one.
Answer 3 What is – an idiom ?
Question 4 A method used in speaking or writing to get an audience to agree with the speaker or writers point of view.
Answer 4 What is – persuasive technique ?
Question 5 The basic argument advanced by a speaker or writer who then attempts to prove it; the subject or major argument of a speech or composition.
Answer 5 What is – thesis ?
Question 6 An organizational structure of text in which events are placed in the order they occur in time.
Answer 6 What is – chronological ?
Question 7 A reference, explanation, or comment usually placed below the text on a printed page.
Answer 7 What is – a definitional footnote ?
Question 8 The gist of a passage; the central thought; the chief topic of a passage expressed or implied in a word or phrase; the topic sentence of a paragraph.
Answer 8 What is – the main idea ?
Question 9 The initial creative stage of writing, prior to drafting, in which a writer formulates ideas, gathers information, and considers ways to organize them.
Answer 9 What is – pre-writing ?
Question 10 The general category of class of ideas, often stated in a word or phrase, to which the ideas of a passage as a whole belong.
Answer 10 What is – topic ?
Question 11 An organizational structure of text in which a description of similarities and differences among two or more things occurs
Answer 11 What is – comparison & contrast ?
Question 12 The literal or dictionary meaning of a word.
Answer 12 What is – denotation ?
Question 13 One of the four traditional forms of composition in speech and writing that moves the reader by argument or entreaty to a belief or position.
Answer 13 What is –persuasive?
Question 14 An organizational structure of text that is similar to cause and effect, except that outcomes are a result or solution or a perceived need or problem.
Answer 14 What is – problem-solution ?
Question 15 A sentence intended to express the main idea in a paragraph or passage.
Answer 15 What is – a topic sentence ?
Question 16 One of the four traditional forms of composition in speech and writing that gives a verbal picture of a character and an event, including the setting in which they occur.
Answer 16 What is – imagery ?
Question 17 Choice of words in writing or speaking; clarity and distinctiveness of pronunciation.
Answer 17 What is – diction ?
Question 18 The stage of the writing process in which one considers and improves the meaning and underlying structure of a written draft.
Answer 18 What is – revision ?
Question 19 Words and phrases that help explain relationships between sentences and allow a reader or writer to move from one idea to another.
Answer 19 What is – transitions ?
Question 20 A spoken or written composition, intending to set forth or explain.
Answer 20 What is – expository ?
Question 21 The distinctive style or manner of expression of an author or of a character in a book.
Answer 21 What is – voice ?
Question 22 A step in preparing a written work for publication or review that focuses on clarity and correctness.
Answer 22 What is – editing ?
Question 23 A method used in writing or speaking in which language is used to influence or persuade an audience.
Answer 23 What is – a rhetorical device ?
Question 24 The quality of a piece of writing in which the ideas are clearly arranged so a reader can follow the progression from one idea to the next.
Answer 24 What is – coherence ?
Question 25 The center or interest or attention; in writing, the central idea.
Answer 25 What is – focus ?
Final Jeopardy To steal and pass off the ideas or words of another as ones own; to use anothers production without crediting the source.
Final Jeopardy Answer What is – plagiarism ?
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