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Non-Fiction Terms Review

Quiz by Kristy McCarty

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21 questions
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  • Q1
    The main point that the author is making. It tells what the article or reading material is about.
    text features
    paraphrase
    headline
    central idea
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  • Q2
    what is an example of Nonfiction
    short stories
    historical or life events
    propaganda
    poems
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  • Q3
    6. " I am Malala" is an example of ?
    short story
    memoir
    biography
    autobiography
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  • Q4
    each time a claim is made which of the following is necessary to support the claim
    text evidence
    caption
    objective summary
    paraphrase
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  • Q5
    to reword something that is written or spoken by someone else
    paraphrase
    text evidence
    objective summary
    caption
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  • Q6
    not influenced by someones thoughts or feelings. short summary of just the facts and main points
    objective summary
    caption
    paraphrase
    peer pressure
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  • Q7
    Short description or reference of a drawing or picture
    summary
    caption
    subjective summary
    objetive summary
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  • Q8
    information that is biased and misleading in nature. Used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view.
    propaganda
    biography
    secondary source
    primary source
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  • Q9
    A book that written about a person's life by someone else. The authors purpose is to inform the reader.
    propaganda
    primary source
    biography
    autobiography
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  • Q10
    Slanted text that could be of importance occasionally used In websites, references, books and articles
    caption
    primary source
    Italics
    propaganda
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  • Q11
    A biography written by the author about his or herself.
    autobiography
    bias
    biography
    subjective
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  • Q12
    a claim made to rebut a previous claim : critics claim that ....
    evidence
    counterclaim
    primary source
    secondary source
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  • Q13
    to be in favor of,, or to pre-judge something or someone.
    objective
    subjective
    bias
    counterclaim
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  • Q14
    Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions .. This is the opposite of objective.
    counterclaim
    subjective
    bias
    objective
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  • Q15
    parts of a newspaper article, magazine article, textbook, webpage, or other other type of text. include photographs, illustrations, drawings, captions, charts, headlines, and subtitles
    propaganda
    secondary sources
    text features
    primary sources
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  • Q16
    collection of memories that individual writes about moments or events that took place in the persons life
    biography
    propaganda
    autobiography
    memoir
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  • Q17
    what does the picture represent
    Question Image
    primary source
    propaganda
    counterclaim
    secondary source
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  • Q18
    what text feature is in bold print at the top of the article
    Question Image
    subtitle
    caption
    headline
    bias
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  • Q19
    what is the text feature immediately under the picture of Dr. King?
    Question Image
    headline
    secondary source
    caption
    subtitle
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  • Q20
    what text feature is immediately follows the headline under the article
    Question Image
    caption
    headline
    primary source
    subtitle
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