986098: The Writing Process, Part 2

by iambright
Last updated 5 years ago

Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Writing
Grade:
9,10,11,12

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986098: The Writing Process, Part 2

Write a composition using one of the topics listed below. Your composition should be three to five paragraphs long. It should contain an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.a. Argue for or against the limitation of speed limits.b. Explain why a certain sport is your favorite.c. Compare and contrast driving in the winter and driving in the summer.d. Analyze the best way to buy a car, mow a lawn, or prepare a meal.e. Describe a memorable day in your life.Write a letter of complaint. Follow the rules for a business letter, and use the full-block style. The complaint may be about anything you wish (such as malfunctioning equipment, poor building maintenance, or disruptive noises from a nearby office). You can base your letter on a true experience, or you can make up all the details you need.

Exam 986098:

The Writing Process, Part 2

Question Two

Question One

Hintsand Tips

Remember to...* Avoid using any outside sources (research is not necessary to respondto any of the prompts offered, and the complaint should be based on your own experience)* Do NOT use any type of form letter or template to construct your letter, as it constitutes plagiarism* Save your work as either a .doc or .rtf file so that it can be opened and graded* Submit both parts of the exam at the same time for grading.

Answering the question...* Composition must be 3-5 paragraphs, including an introduction, at least one body paragraph, and a conclusion* Topic must be chosen from the list* Response must answer the question asked (i.e. if you choose to describe a memorable day in your life, you must choose and stick to ONE day)

Answering the question...* Letter must make a complaint that is logical and realistic* All relevant parts of a business letter must be used* Full-block style must be used


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