When you revise your essay, you ________.
|a||rewrite it with a completely different argument|
|b||find evidence for your argument|
|c||add in opinionated phrases like “I think” or “in my opinion”|
|d||make edits and changes to your essay to improve it|
Examples of evidence for your argument include all of the following EXCEPT ________.
|a||direct quotations from the text|
|b||your opinion of the text|
|c||paraphrases of the text|
|d||summaries of the text|
Which of the following is TRUE about receiving feedback on your essay?
|a||Any feedback that criticizes your essay should be ignored.|
|b||Only feedback from your instructor matters; feedback from your peers is not important.|
|c||Feedback can show you both what your essay is doing well and what areas need improvement.|
|d||You must incorporate all pieces of feedback that you receive into your revised draft.|
Which of the following active reading strategies would be the MOST helpful for gathering quotes and passages to use as evidence for your claim?
|a||Engage in pre-reading inquiry.|
|b||Take notes as you read.|
|c||Make text-to-self connections.|
|d||Apply what you have learned.|
Which of the following statements about the claim of your critical analysis statement is accurate?
|a||Your claim should be the main argument that you are trying to make in your essay.|
|b||Your claim should clearly state what you believe is the author’s intent in writing his or her article.|
|c||Your claim should capture your opinion.|
|d||All of the above|