Writing Unit QUEST

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1.
2 points
In terms of evaluating sources what is the C in CARRDSS?
2.
2 points
What is the difference between Persuasive writing and writing Argument?
3.
2 points
You must write out your contractions.
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2 points
___________ sources that are not worth quoting but contain details you need to include.
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2 points
There is no such thing as accidental plagiarism or self plagiarism.
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2 points
If a student in Senior English is caught plagiarizing in any way, he/ she will receive a zero.
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2 points
A thesis identifies the ___________ of your text along with the claim you are making about it.
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2 points
These sources include historical documents, literary works, eyewitness accounts, field reports, diaries, letters, and lab studies, as well as any original research you do through interviews, observation, experiments, or surveys.
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2 points
You must follow MLA format for your paper.
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2 points
Your writing should have a clear point, and every part of the writing should support that point.
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2 points
In college Plagiarism is a serious offense that can result in expulsion.
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2 points
What is the support for the warrant called?
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2 points
Begin your Works Cited page on a separate page at the end of your research paper. It should have the same one-inch margins and last name, page number header as the rest of your paper.
14.
2 points
What is the common theme in the many definitions of plagiarism?
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2 points
When it comes time to DRAFT, you’ll need to decide how to use the sources you’ve found- in other words, whether to quote, paraphrase, or summarize.
16.
2 points
In terms of evaluating sources what is the first R in CARRDSS?
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2 points
___________ longer passages whose main points are important but whose details are not.
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2 points
Turn your question into a _______________.
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2 points
Your research paper is due in class and online at google classroom.
20.
2 points
If you are writing a research- based argument your synthesis of sources must support that argument.
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2 points
Students will produce stronger evidence for their claims and drive home their points more forcefully when they explain why or how the evidence supports their claims.
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2 points
State your topic as a _____________.
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2 points
What is the element of argument that is concerned with an assertion/ proposition?
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2 points
In terms of evaluating sources what is the A in CARRDSS?
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2 points
In terms of evaluating sources what is the D in CARRDSS?