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QUESTION 1

  1. Review the thesis.

    Most citizens would prefer city buses to be free of charge.

    Which source would be most useful for a persuasive essay with this thesis?

    A scientific article on the benefits of free busing

    An encyclopedia article from the 1950s on different transportation options

    An article on bus fees found on Wikipedia.com

2 points  

QUESTION 2

  1. Which is one of the steps you should take when summarizing information from a source into your notes?

    Analyze the bibliographic information of a potential source.

    Organize and present the main points in an easy-to-follow way.

    Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources.

2 points  

QUESTION 3

  1. Which bestidentifies a characteristic of a credible source?

    Contains up-to-date information

    Often written anonymously

    Full of easily identifiable claims

2 points  

QUESTION 4

  1. Read the passage from a credible source.

    Napping has become a part of the business world in some countries. In Japan, a study of law offices by the University of Tokyo showed that taking a 30-minute daily nap increased the employee productivity of staff attornies by 25%. Those same employees exercised at least 60 minutes per day and ate a mostly vegetarian diet.

    Which detail would be best suited to incorporate into a persuasive essay arguing the benefits of taking a daily nap?

    In Japan, a study of law offices by the University of Tokyo showed that taking a 30-minute daily nap increased the employee productivity of staff attornies by 25%.

    Those same employees exercised at least 60 minutes per day.

    Those same employees . . . ate a mostly vegetarian diet.

2 points  

QUESTION 5

  1. Review the example.

    School uniforms should not be required because schools can’t tell students how to dress.

    How do you know that this example is illogical?

    It uses strong language to arouse emotions, instead of appealing to logic.

    It appeals to the audience’s innate desire to follow the crowd or fit in.

    It attacks the opposition instead of the argument.

 

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