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Intermediate Composition Midterm. Jessica Bourgeois . According to MLA format…. What type of font should be used? . Calibri Courier New Times New Roman Arial . Times New Roman. What size should the font be?. 11 12 14 16. 12. How big are the margins on all sides?. ½ inch 1 inch

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what type of font should be used
What type of font should be used?
  • Calibri
  • Courier New
  • Times New Roman
  • Arial
how big are the margins on all sides
How big are the margins on all sides?
  • ½ inch
  • 1 inch
  • 1 ½ inch
  • 2 inch
how do you write the page number header
How do you write the page number(header)?
  • 1 Bourgeois
  • Bourgeois 1
  • 1 Jessica
  • Jessica 1
how is the title formatted
How is the title formatted?
  • Above the heading, centered
  • Under the heading, left aligned
  • Under the heading, centered
  • Under the heading, right aligned
write an example of mla using your own information
Write an example of MLA using your own information.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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First Name Last Name

Mrs. Schimmeck

Intermediate Composition: Block H

Day Month Year

which part of the writing process involves brainstorming
Which part of the Writing Process involves brainstorming?
  • Pre-writing
  • Drafting
  • Revising
  • Publishing
what links each main body paragraph to the next one
What links each main body paragraph to the next one?
  • Transition sentence
  • Ideas
  • Essay structure
  • Thesis statement
what is the first sentence in the introduction
What is the first sentence in the introduction?
  • Thesis Statement
  • Preview
  • Attention getter
  • Clincher sentence
which is not an example of formal writing
Which is NOT an example of formal writing?
  • Term paper
  • In-class essay
  • Personal journal
  • Resume
topic sentences
Topic Sentences
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
supporting sentences
Supporting Sentences
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
thesis statement
Thesis Statement
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
attention getter1
Attention Getter
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
transition sentences1
Transition Sentences
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
restated reworded thesis statement
Restated/Reworded thesis statement
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
summarizing important points
Summarizing Important Points
  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion
don t
Don’t
  • Informal
  • Formal
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ASAP
  • Informal
  • Formal
5 students
5 Students
  • Informal
  • Formal
five students
Five Students
  • Informal
  • Formal
two thousand and ten
Two thousand and ten
  • Informal
  • Formal
idioms and slang
Idioms and slang
  • Informal
  • Formal
slide79
SSA
  • Informal
  • Formal
dear mrs schimmeck
Dear Mrs. Schimmeck,
  • Informal
  • Formal
40 short sentences
40 Short Sentences
  • Informal
  • Formal
the heart of a message combined with the details that enrich and develop the theme
The heart of a message combined with the details that enrich and develop the theme.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
focuses on the form and layout of the text and its readability includes mla format
Focuses on the form and layout of the text and its readability (includes MLA format)
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
mechanical correctness of a piece
Mechanical correctness of a piece.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
the internal structure of a piece of writing the pattern of ideas
The internal structure of a piece of writing, the pattern of ideas.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
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Focuses on the rhythm and flow of the language, the sound of word patterns, and the way in which the writing plays to the ear
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
the use of rich colorful precise language
The use of rich, colorful, precise language.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
the heart and soul of the message the writers personality coming out in words
The heart and soul of the message, the writers personality coming out in words.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
this involves essay structure
This involves essay structure.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
pre writing falls under this
Pre-writing falls under this.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
this is an auditory trait
This is an auditory trait.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
this includes any graphics or visuals your paper may have
This includes any graphics or visuals your paper may have.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
you check for spelling and punctuation for this trait
You check for spelling and punctuation for this trait.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
use precise nouns for this
Use precise nouns for this.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
to check for this you should read your writing aloud
To check for this, you should read your writing aloud.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
shows the writer s personality and writing style
Shows the writer’s personality and writing style.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
involves having correct grammar
Involves having correct grammar.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
use clear relevant and accurate details and examples
Use clear, relevant, and accurate details and examples.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
involves having good sequencing
Involves having good sequencing.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
you should watch out for the five non negotiable rules for this trait
You should watch out for the five non-negotiable rules for this trait.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
uses tone appropriate for the purpose and audience
Uses tone appropriate for the purpose and audience.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
transitions fall under this trait
Transitions fall under this trait.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
focuses on the content of the piece of writing
Focuses on the content of the piece of writing.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
using the exact right words for what you mean
Using the exact right words for what you mean.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
you worry about this when editing
You worry about this when editing.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
for this you should vary sentence lengths
For this you should vary sentence lengths.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
to do this well do not use slang
To do this well, do not use slang.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
for this you must have correct mla format
For this you must have correct MLA format.
  • Ideas
  • Organization
  • Word Choice
  • Sentence Fluency
  • Voice
  • Conventions
  • Presentation
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The Saint Scholastica Academy campus boasts a variety of school buildings from LaSalle to Jahncke, and the Mother of Perpetual Help Chapel.

  • By Time
  • By Content
  • By Space
  • By Perspective
the sharks most likely to attack swimmers are hammerheads great whites and tiger sharks
The sharks most likely to attack swimmers are hammerheads, great whites, and tiger sharks.
  • By Time
  • By Content
  • By Space
  • By Perspective
slide145

Despite what cigarette companies want people to believe, smoking causes death to the smoker, illness to the nonsmokers around the smoker, and detrimental effects to the environment.

  • By Time
  • By Content
  • By Space
  • By Perspective
slide147
What an eighth grader needs to know before her first day of school, on the first day, and after the first day of school.
  • By Time
  • By Content
  • By Space
  • By Perspective
slide151

Subject: Cat

  • Verb: was chased
  • Active or Passive
slide153

Subject: Essay

  • Verb: will be read
  • Active or Passive
slide155

Subject: Pandas

  • Verb: are monitored
  • Active or Passive
slide157

Subject: Teacher

  • Verb: wears
  • Active or Passive
what are the eight linking verbs
What are the eight linking verbs?
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
  • ________
slide159

Is

  • Am
  • Are
  • Was
  • Were
  • Be
  • Been
  • Being
need to
Need to:
  • Be able to fill in the essay structure chart