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Academic Vocabulary PracticeParagraphs Academic Vocabulary Practice
Question #1 A section of text focused on a single idea is a …A) Topic sentence B) Paragraph C) Main Idea
Question #2 Contain details that elaborate on, explain, or prove a paragraph’s main idea A) Topic sentence B) Transition C) Supporting details
Question #3 All of the sentences of the paragraph relate to the main idea A) Unity B) Coherence C) Spatial Order
Question #4 The sentences of the paragraph are clearly connected and arranged A) Unity B) Supporting details C) Coherence
Question #5 Organizational structure and transitional words help to create… A) Coherence B) Supporting detail C) Unity
Question #6 What we experience through our sensesA) Facts B) Sensory details C) Supporting details
Question #7 Information that can be proven true by direct observation or by checking a reliable reference source A) Examples B) Sensory Details C) Facts
Question #8 Details are arranged according to their location (often used in descriptive writing) A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
Question #9 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
Question #10 This kind of organizational pattern is often used in persuasive writing A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
Question #11 Details are arranged in the order that they happened.A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
Question #12 This organizational pattern is often used to tell stories or to explain a process A) Chronological Order B) Spatial Order C) Order of Importance
Question #13 This kind of paragraph is used to convince other’s to accept the writer’s position or take action A) Persuasive B) Descriptive C) Expository
Question #14 This kind of paragraph provides informationA) Persuasive B) Expository C) Narrative
Question #15 This kind of paragraph describes a scene or an objectA) Descriptive B) Narrative C) Persuasive
Question #16 This kind of paragraph includes information in forms of facts, examples, definitions, etc A) Persuasive B) Descriptive C) Expository
Question #17 This kind of paragraph explains a sequence of events or tells a story A) Expository B) Narrative C) Persuasive
Question #18 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
Question #19 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
Question #20 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
Question #21 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
Question #22 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
Question #23 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
Question #24 Your teacher asks you to research a famous author. What kind of essay will you be writing? A) Descriptive B) Narrative C) Expository
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