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UCCAT - ENGLISH

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  • Q1
    What are the three basic parts of a critique paper?
    Introduction, Problem and Solution
    Title, Critique Proper and Recommendations
    Title, Questions and Answers
    Introduction, Body and Conclusion
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  • Q2
    Arrange the steps in Writing a Critique correctly. I. Develop an understanding of the main argument or purpose being expressed in the work. II. Study the work being reviewed or critique. III. Consider how the work relates to a broader issue or context. IV. Write down important parts of the work
    II,IV,I and III
    I, IV, III and II
    I, II, III and IV
    III, IV, II and I
    120s
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  • Q3
    It explains the summary and evaluation of the subject being reviewed or critiqued.
    Conclusion
    Recommendation
    Body
    Introduction
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  • Q4
    It is derived from the Latin word “litera” which means letters or writing:
    Prose
    Fiction
    Poetry
    Literature
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  • Q5
    In informing your opinion based on facts, the following steps are followed EXCEPT: I.Clearly state your opinion on the issue. II.Ask yourself why you hold your belief. III.Always put focus on your stand in the issue. IV.Research the issue. V.Consider the tone of your writing.
    IV
    II
    I
    III
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  • Q6
    The common aspects looked into when using a feminism are the following EXCEPT:
    How women are socially, politically, psychologically, and economically oppressed by patriarchy.
    How gender inequality is presented in the text.
    How patriarchal ideology is an overpowering presence.
    How culture determines gender.
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  • Q7
    Following are the common aspects looked into the formalism EXCEPT:
    Relationship of the issue and the recommendation.
    Author’s techniques in resolving contradictions within the work.
    Central passage that sums up the entity of the work.
    Contribution of parts and the work as a whole to its aesthetic quality.
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  • Q8
    The following statements are NOT the common aspects looked into when using a reader response criticism EXCEPT
    Contribution of rhymes and rhythms to the meaning or effect of the work.
    How patriarchal ideology is an overpowering.
    Social class of the writer/creator
    Interaction between the reader and the text in creating meaning.
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  • Q9
    The common aspects looked into when using Marxist criticism are as follows, EXCEPT
    Connection between the problem and the solution.
    Social class of the characters.
    Conflicts and interactions between economic classes.
    Social class as represented in the work.
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  • Q10
    It presents the writer’s stand or viewpoint on a particular issue.
    Review
    Reaction Paper
    Concept Paper
    Position Paper
    30s
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  • Q11
    It enable discussion of merging issues without the use of extensive research or experimentation.
    Position Paper
    Concept Paper
    Review
    Reaction Paper
    30s
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  • Q12
    This is a type of reasoning where the flow of discussion starts with a general theory and moves to a specific hypothesis.
    Dedductive
    Inductive
    Deductive
    Indactive
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  • Q13
    It relates to your credibility and competence as a writer.
    Ethical Appeal
    None
    Emotional Appeal
    Logical Appeal
    30s
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  • Q14
    It refers to a rational approach in developing an argument.
    Ethical Appeal
    None
    Emotional Appeal
    Logical Appeal
    30s
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  • Q15
    This should be debatable, current and relevant.
    Argument
    Topic
    Thesis Statement
    Issue
    30s
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  • Q16
    It ends with powerful closing statement such as quotations, a challenge or a question.
    Body
    None
    Introduction
    Conclusion
    30s
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  • Q17
    It provides counterarguments against the possible weaknesses of your arguments.
    Conclusion
    Body
    Introduction
    None
    30s
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  • Q18
    It is a process of involving the readers into an interaction with the text and enables them to use the reading strategies in getting the meaning of the printed text.
    Connected Discourse
    Writing
    Speaking
    Reading
    45s
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  • Q19
    The arrival of the _______ dramatically altered what was an already established Philippine literary tradition.
    Spanish
    American
    Japanese
    British
    30s
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  • Q20
    It is a style of Skimming that requires processing of text for full understanding.
    Surveying
    Comprehensive
    Previewing
    Overviewing
    30s
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