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Take the quiz for this week.
- Time Limit: 1 hour
- Attempts: 2 (Your highest score will be taken as the grade.)
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Course Outcomes (CO): 3, 5, 6, 7
Due Date: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Sunday
Which of the following is not an effective “checklist” item for topic sentences of body paragraphs during drafting?
Which of the following is not an effective when beginning a conclusion paragraph?
Once you have written your introduction, what should you do with it moving forward and why?
When writing a full essay draft, which of the following represents guiding principles we should keep in mind and work toward?
When you are asked to write a full draft of your essay, what are you being asked to do?
Please choose the list that best represents approaches for making an already “good” paragraph into a “great” paragraph:
Once you have your entire draft composed, including introduction, all body paragraphs, conclusion, and all sources used and cited/referenced, what is the best next step?
.Which of the following is the most reasonable mindset while submitting your draft?
Which of the following represents the most effective “going from good to great” revision approach to the following sentence that appears in the middle of a paragraph and that uses source material? Original sentence: Howard (2020), notes that the communities most in need of nutrition education are those that need it most.
Which of the following represents the most effective “going from good to great” revision approach to the following topic sentence? Original topic sentence: In light of this, something needs to be done.