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Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts
Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts
Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts
Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts
Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts
Types of Writing test assessment persuasive expository narrative  writing activity lesson middle school writing high school writing english language arts

Types of Writing Test: Narrative, Expository, Descriptive, Persuasive

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Useful as a pre- or post- test or both.

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

>Pgs. 1-2: 20 questions: multiple choice, fill in the blank, & identify
>Pgs. 3-4: Five writing samples for student reference. Students need these samples in order to answer questions 16-20, in which they must identify the type of writing in the samples.
>Pg. 5: Key


Example Questions
1. 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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