Unit 4 vocabulary Jan. 26

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The stated or implied attitude and/or reputation of a media outlet (humorous, sentimental, hostile, sympathetic, neutral):
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What is the mistake in the following sentence?

The girl's are selling lemonade after school.
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Working through your own personal writing looking for grammatical error, punctuation errors, spelling errors etc. is called:
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What is the first step in the writing process?
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Electronic media that work on digital codes (as opposed to analog media). Examples include e-mail, digital videos, e-books, internet, video games, and interactive media is:
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What is the mistake in the following sentence?

Susan and me are going to the movies.
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The stated goal of a piece of writing is called:
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A statement or premise supported by arguments is called:
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The main point or underlying direction of a piece of writing is called:
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Uses visuals, body language, etc. to communicate meaning. The meaning must be inferred:
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Formal, semi-formal, or formal writing style determined by the writer's purpose and the intended audience:
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Refers to the level of sophistication in language, word choice, appearance, and delivery of media messages:
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Specific, clear, detailed (leaves little room for interpretation:
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How do you indent correctly?
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When the author turns against his/her argument to challenge it and then turns back to re-affirm it:
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Rereading a completed piece of writing, and looking for ways to improve the content is called:
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Text written with the intent to persuade or convince the reader of something:
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Your personal position or side of an argument is called:
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How many grandchildren does Mrs. Wade have?
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Camera angles, lighting, special effects, movements, graphics, shape, color: