Authors' Claims, Evidence, Informational Text Features
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by Sonya Ayers
| 17 Questions
Note from the author:
Identifying an author's claim and evidence used to support the claim, Informational Text Features
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1 pt
What is the author's claim?
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2
1 pt
List the reasons and evidence the author offers to support her claim.
REASON 1:
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1 pt
What is the EVIDENCE for REASON 1?
4
1 pt
List the reasons and evidence the author offers to support her claim.
REASON 2
5
1 pt
What is the EVIDENCE for REASON 2?
6
1 pt
Which of the following does the author use to support her claim?
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
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1 pt
What is the author's purpose in writing this article?
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B
C
D
8
1 pt
Does the author support the assertion that homemade cookies retain their nutrients?
(assertion- a confident and forceful statement of fact or belief)
yes
no
9
1 pt
Explain your answer to number 8.
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1 pt
What is the author's claim?
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1 pt
List the reason the author uses to support the claim.
12
1 pt
List the evidence the author uses to support the claim.
13
1 pt
Is the argument convincing?
Yes
No
14
1 pt
Why do you think the argument is or is not convincing?
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15
1 pt
How many reasons does the author provide for not leasing a car?
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1 pt
The author states that mileage limits on leased cars vary from twelve to fifteen thousand miles a year. Which reason for not leasing a car does this evidence support?
A
B
C
17
1 pt
Why does the author suggest that you should know where your paycheck will be coming from several years down the road?
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