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Southern New Hampshire University ENG 122 SOPHIA English Comosition I Unit 1 Challenge 1 English Composition I Unit 1 Challenge 1 1.1 Which of the following is an example of narrative writing? a... .) A detailed description of the first time you went swimming. b.) An essay advocating for health care reform. c.) A memo instructing employees to wear security badges at all times. d.) An analysis of census data from the past five years. 1.2 Which statement is true of persuasive writing in an academic context? a.) It presents research without any interpretation, so that the reader can determine what it means. b.) Its primary goal is to tell a detailed personal story. c.) It explains opposing perspectives on a topic without taking a position. d.) It can include elements of narrative and expository writing, while taking a clear position on a topic. 1.3 The purpose of __________ writing is to explain or define a particular topic. a.) persuasive b.) narrative c.) academic d.) expository 2.1 Max is a food critic who has just dined at Sam's Steakhouse. Once home, Max rereads the notes that he took during the dinner service and begins to consider how he will organize the review. Max is at which stage of the writing process? a.) Drafting b.) Revising c.) Editing d.) Prewriting 2.2 Max is a food critic who has just dined at Sam's Steakhouse. He creates an outline of his review on the train ride home. That evening, he begins to type up his initial thoughts in paragraph form. Max is at which stage of the writing process? a.) Proofreading b.) Revising c.) Drafting d.) Editing 2.3 Max is a food critic who has just dined at Sam's Steakhouse. Once home, he consults his notes and writes an initial version of his review. The next morning, he plans to reassess his key ideas and make changes to strengthen the piece of writing. Max is at which stage of the writing process? a.) Proofreading b.) Revising c.) Editing d.) Drafting 3.1 Vanessa is writing an email to her brother. She wants to tell her brother about the events from her first day teaching kindergarten, using her own perspective and a story-like structure. Given her purpose, Vanessa is most likely writing in which mode? a.) Descriptive b.) Argumentative c.) Narrative d.) Informative 3.2 Mandy spent a week in Bruges, Belgium, and wants her friends to know how it felt to be in that city. She closes her eyes to remember the sights, smells, and sounds she experienced while walking in the town square, then picks up her pen and begins to write. Given her purpose, Mandy is most likely writing in which mode? a.) Argumentative b.) Informative c.) Descriptive d.) Narrative 3.3 While waiting to get a flu shot at the pharmacy, Nancy reads a brochure that explains what the flu vaccine is made of, how it works, and its possible side effects. Given its purpose, the brochure is most likely written in which mode? a.) Argumentative b.) Informative c.) Descriptive d.) Narrative 4.1 Select the true statement about purpose in writing. a.) A writer's purpose will rarely be specified by an academic assignment. b.) A writer's purpose includes both the topic and supporting details of the text. c.) A writer's purpose will be unrelated to that writer's audience. d.) A writer's purpose will determine the mode of composition. 4.2 Select the true statement about audience in writing. a.) The most important consideration for a writer is the audience's interest in the topic. b.) The writer is always in control of who their audience will be. c.) The audience can affect the ability of a text to achieve its intended purpose. d.) The audience determines the purpose and scope of a piece of writing. 4.3 Select the true statement about purpose in writing. a.) Purpose is the style in which a specific piece of writing is composed. b.) Purpose is what the writer hopes to achieve with a specific piece of writing. c.) Purpose is the level of formality in which a text is written. d.) Purpose is the topic or main idea of a piece of writing. 5.1 Simon is writing a letter to his sister to tell her about his semester studying abroad in London. Considering his audience and purpose, Simon should use which type of language in his letter? a.) Professional b.) Informal c.) Academic d.) Formal 5.2 Avery is writing an email to her circle of friends, urging them to vote in the upcoming election. Considering her audience and purpose, Avery should use which type of language in her email? a.) Formal b.) Personal c.) Professional d.) Academic 5.3 Carla is writing an informative essay for her English class and wants to maintain an objective voice as she presents the information. Considering her audience and purpose, Carla should use which type of language in her essay? a.) Informal b.) Conversational c.) Formal d.) Emotional 6.1 My mom's chicken and dumplings recipe will not only heal your ailments, it will also solve all your problems and chase away a rainy day! What is the tone of this sentence? a.) Informal and annoyed b.) Formal and sarcastic c.) Informal and enthusiastic d.) Formal and concerned 6.2 I still remember the sweetness of the sun setting behind the mountains as the frogs began their evening songs. What is the tone of this sentence? a.) Hopeful b.) Irritated c.) Nostalgic d.) Humorous 6.3 Oh my gosh, I can't believe Holly will be getting married; I can't wait to host an engagement party for her! What is the tone of this sentence? a.) Excited b.) Angry c.) Disappointed d.) Humorous 7.1 We need stricter consequences and more enforcement of the law against poaching abalone! Abalone are increasingly rare in California. The devastating impacts of poaching is clear. If we continue to do nothing, we will lose yet another aquatic species, which will further disrupt the delicate balance of the planet. You must take a stance and enforce the law by prosecuting all poachers. Select the most likely purpose and audience of this paragraph. a.) Audience: lawmakers; Purpose: to urge them to take action b.) Audience: poachers; Purpose: to encourage them to get proper fishing licenses c.) Audience: Californians; Purpose: to explain the history and process of abalone poaching d.) Audience: the general public; Purpose: to advocate for a boycott on abalone 7.2 More women and scientists are running for public office in the United States than ever before. These candidates feel that their elected officials are failing to adequately represent or listen to them. As a response, many politicians are trying to connect to their constituents more by holding town hall meetings and hiring outreach workers. These trends may be important as you consider who you want to represent you in government. Select the most likely purpose and audience of this paragraph. a.) Audience: women; Purpose: to prove that they can be effective leaders b.) Audience: voters; Purpose: to inform them of a changing political landscape c.) Audience: politicians; Purpose: to persuade them to be more scientific d.) Audience: potential candidates; Purpose: to encourage them to run for office 7.3 In my 10 years as president of MYC Enterprises, I have never met someone with as much integrity and dedication to her job as Marian. I can confidently recommend her for the management position at your company. While I fully support her decision to move on professionally, I know that MYC will miss her when she leaves. Select the most likely purpose and audience of this paragraph. a.) Audience: Marian's supervisor at MYC Enterprises; Purpose: to recommend Marian for a promotion within the company b.) Audience: the HR manager at a new company; Purpose: to recommend an employee's hire c.) Audience: Marian's co-workers at MYC Enterprises; Purpose: to inform them of Marian's departure from the company d.) Audience: the president of a rival company; Purpose: to share a story about a stellar employee [Show More]

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