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An engaging assessment that requires close reading.
>This 20 question test covers the four basic types of writing: Narrative, Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive>Most appropriate for grades 7-9, or low upperclassmen
Example Questions1. The purpose of expository writing is ________.(A) to argue(B) to persuade (C) to explain(D) to inform(E) B & C(answer is C)2. The purpose of descriptive writing is ________.(A) to argue (B) to inform(C) to debate (D) to describe (E) All of the above(F) D and A(answer is D)8. Narrative writing is also sometimes called ______________ writing.(possible answers: story or creative)9. The kind of writing which supports a main idea using examples, details, and/or facts is called ______________ writing.(answer is expository)17. Example B on the Additional Test Material handout is what type of writing?
Use with:Types of Sentences Practice Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Interrogative
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