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for monday please Unit II Reading Strategies and Writing Effective Sentences Review: ? Unit Study Guide ? Learning Activities (Non-Graded): See Study Guide Read: The Little, Brown Compact Handbook with Exercises ? Chapter 40: The Semicolon, Sections 40a-40d, pp. 317-321 ? Chapter 41: The Colon, Sections 41a-41c, pp. 322-324 Strategies for Writing Successful Research Papers ? Chapter 2: Strategies for Successful Reading, pp. 15-29 ? Chapter 6: Effective Sentences, pp. 100-113 ? Peter Wing, Rediscovering Patriotism, pp. 173-176 The CSU Citation Guide (6th edition) ? Referencing: Citations in Text, pp. 5-7 ? Supplemental Reading: See Study Guide Submit: ? Assessment . Question 6 When carefully reading an assignment, what are four elements that you should be looking for? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 7 What are seven of the subordinating conjunctions? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 8 What are three ways to avoid unnecessary wordiness? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 9 What is inverted order in sentences, and what is one reason that you might avoid inverted order in your sentences? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific Question 10 What are the seven coordinating conjunctions? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 11 What is active voice? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific Question 12 What are three of the five questions listed in your textbook that you might ask of an essay that you read? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 13 What are three elements that a professor might indicate in an assignment? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 14 What are three steps you might take when writing a summary? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 15 When reading to critique, what are the four aspects of an essay that you might dispute that are listed in your textbook? Your response to this short answer question should be brief, concise, and specific. Question 16 Correct the APA in-text citation issues in the following sentences. Your answers should consist of the exact sentences copied and pasted into the text box. You should make the appropriate corrections to the in-text citations, including changing incorrect punctuation associated with APA in-text citations, inserting missing information (such as page numbers), or making changes to the in-text citations that are already present. If you add information, such as a page number, then it is permissible to provide any number so long as it demonstrates that you understand proper APA citation. There may be sentences in which the APA parenthetical citations are correct. Remember that you are not to change the order of the components but merely correct the in-text citations. a. While the exact cure is yet unknown, there are some who would argue that there is much that we may gain from our continued efforts. (Smithenson, 2003) b. Some critics of the group have urged that the group be disbanded on the basis that it is much too influential in the private sector (John Grant, 2006). c. Willey objects strongly to the unification of private and professional spheres of life (p. 97). d. One such case study (Myers and Williamson, 2004) reports that the causes may be more ubiquitous than originally thought. e. Rupert, Collins, Watson, Clarkson, Milliard, Duncan, Foster, Clide, and York (2009) write that we may see dramatic drops in the numbers of cases in the future as people become more educated. Question 17 Correct the semicolons and colons usage in the following sentences. Your answer should consist of the exact sentences copied and pasted into the text box. You should place the appropriate semicolons or colons in the sentences. There may be questions that are correct as written. Remember that you are not to correct or introduce other punctuation. However, you may find that some commas are not the appropriate punctuation required for the correctness of the sentence. You are not to rewrite the sentences in any way, but merely correct the use of semicolons and colons. a. After she had spent some time living in the city, Tyra decided to go back to her small town however, her lease prevented her from leaving for six more months. b. Of all her possessions, she loved this one the best the hand-carved wooden owl. c. After I got my hair cut, I went shopping for new shoes, a new shirt, and a new pair of glasses. d. There were some considerable shifts in his thinking therefore, he changed his political parties, much to the disappointment of his running mate. e. Getting my dog, I knew that I would have to change my habits namely, my going on weekend adventures to other towns

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