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1. Question : An effective paragraph generally features
  Student Answer:  a topic sentence.
   examples or explanations.
   All of the above
   None of the above
  Instructor Explanation: Review Ashford Writing Center, Writing Resources, Writing Tools, Overview.
  Points Received: 0 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 2. Question : Which of the following is NOT recommended when starting an introduction?
  Student Answer:  Create a clear relationship between a few salient facts.
   Describe your topic in overly general or vague language.
   Avoid introducing abstract terms.
   Define and illustrate the terms you present.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Describe the Topic of Study.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 3. Question : Which of the following is MOST true about your comprehension of the issue during the writing process?
  Student Answer:  Focusing on detail work enhances broader understandings.
   Writing the entire essay produces comprehensive understanding.
   Completing all research produces far-reaching appreciation of what other researchers are saying.
   Avoiding analysis will lead to a greater understanding.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6.1 Section Title “Myth 7.”
  Points Received: 0 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 4. Question : Parallel structure (or parallelism) ensures that
  Student Answer:  parallel ideas are expressed in a grammatically parallel way.
   spelling is consistent throughout a document.
   sentences do not begin with conjunctions or adverbs.
   modifiers are clear and not dangling.
  Instructor Explanation: Review Ashford Writing Center, Writing Resources, Grammar, Style.
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 5. Question : Which of the following is the LEAST EFFECTIVE way to describe your topic and its scope?
  Student Answer:  Establish the central questions that drive scholarly discussions.
   Be selective about the number of questions you ask.
   Make sure that questions are closely related to one another.
   Convey every question you seek to answer in the paper.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found Section 7.2 Section Title “Establish the Conversation.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 6. Question : Which of the following is generally NOT helpful in a conclusion?
  Student Answer:  Reminding readers of the logic of your argument
   Conveying your most important idea
   Asking a series of general questions related to the topic
   Emphasizing your contributions to the conversation
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.3 Section Title “Deliver an Effective Walk-Away Point.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 7. Question : Which of the following is NOT advised to overcome “writer’s block?”
  Student Answer:  Commit to a schedule of work.
   Refer back to pre-writing materials and outlines.
   Focus on the final grade you want in the class.
   Use multiple writing techniques.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6.1 Section Title “Myth 6.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 8. Question : Meeting audience expectations produces all of the following expectations, EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  enhancing your grade.
   establishing you as an attentive writer.
   ensuring you will avoid offending your audience.
   enabling you to be an expert.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6.2 Section Title “Meeting Reader Expectations: What You Should Do.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 9. Question : A good thesis should do all of the following, EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  be obviously true for most readers.
   promote thinking.
   provide direction.
   contain tension.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Develop a Thesis.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 10. Question : When you use your values and personal experiences as evidence, you need to do all of the following EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  establish the limited nature of your views and experiences.
   test your views and experiences by including other evidence.
     describe your values and experiences so that you win the debate.
   consider the values and experiences of others.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6.2 Section Title “Provide a Reasoned Argument That Does Not Follow From Emotion.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 11. Question : If a researcher finds the “perfect source,” no other source materials are needed.
  Student Answer:  True    False
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found Section 6.1 Section Title “Myth 5.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 12. Question : The introduction of your essay should include all of the following elements EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  your problem.
   your evidence.
   your framework.
   your thesis.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Critical Introductory Tasks.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 13. Question : If you are confused about an issue, which of the following strategies is MOST effective?
  Student Answer:  Try writing about your confusion.
   Copy/paste the views of another author.
   Go looking for more sources.
   Pick another research topic.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6.1 Section Title “Myth 5.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 14. Question : Academic citations are important for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  to give credit to other people.
   to enable readers to trace the logic of your argument.
   to make the cited writers feel important.
   to provide other researchers with important sources.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6. 2 Section Title “Document Your Sources.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 15. Question : A writer can demonstrate the connection between evidence and claims by doing WHICH ONE of the following?
  Student Answer:  Allowing evidence to speak for itself
   Showing a clear, logical connection
   Letting common sense prevails
   Staying firm to personal beliefs
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 6. 2 Section Title “Provide an Argument About Your Topic.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
  Comments:

 

Question 16. Question : Research projects tend to fulfill WHICH ONE of the following goals?
  Student Answer:  They reveal unseen dimensions to an issue.
   They create upheaval around issues.
   They accept common practices and policies.
   They restate accepted wisdom on an issue.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Define the Global Purpose.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 17. Question : A “slam dunk” argument is likely the product of
  Student Answer:  a single premise.
   a fallacious syllogism.
   deductive reasoning.
   induction.
  Instructor Explanation: Review the supplemental document “An Introduction to Logic and Syllogism.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 18. Question : A bad thesis will often contain all of the following, EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  make no claims.
   restate conventional wisdom.
   present a claim readers might disagree with.
   offer personal opinions as the basis.
  Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in Section 7.2 Section Title “Develop a Thesis.”
  Points Received: 1 of 1
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Question 19. Question : An academic argument contains all of the following components, EXCEPT
  Student Answer:  personal opinions without additional evidence.
   one or more authorial claims.
   carefully selected conceptual framework.
   relevant and tested evidence.

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