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13. Author’s Purpose in Writing Read the passage and then answer the question that follows. Thank you for volunteering at the Mission Heights Animal Rescue Clinic! We are so pleased that you are offering your help to our worthy cause of providing care and finding homes for animals. We believe you will find it a very rewarding experience. Upon arrival at the clinic, it is very important that you check in with Margie, the clinic supervisor, at her office. She needs to know who is in the building and who is available for clinic work at all times. Margie will give you a task list for the day. If you encounter difficulty or are unable to complete all of the tasks, be sure to let Margie know. Remember that many of these animals have been mistreated and may respond to your most gentle and calm movements with aggression. Do not assume that a quiet animal is friendly and approachable. Your safety is a priority. If you feel that an animal is unwell or potentially aggressive, do not approach it and inform Margie right away. Should an animal bite or scratch you, report to Margie immediately and then go to the clinic across the street for emergency treatment. Even if the injury seems very minor, you must let Margie know about it and you must have medical treatment. We keep detailed behavioral accounts of all the animals, and many diseases and infections can be passed by animals through minor bites and scratches. What is the author’s purpose for writing this passage?
13. A. to find new volunteers for the Mission Heights Animal Rescue Clinic B. to explain procedures for volunteers at the Mission Heights Animal Rescue Clinic C. to teach veterinary students how to care for mistreated dogs and cats D. to educate the public about the work done at the Mission Heights Animal Rescue Clinic
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This is the TOPIC of your essay. It shows what direction you are going to take in writing about the topic. It helps the reader understand your purpose for writing the paragraph or essay.
What is the controlling idea of an informative essay?
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What does the word vindication mean in the context of Wollstonecraft’s title? Explain how the word’s meaning reflects her purpose for writing A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.
Sample answer: In the title, “vindication” means “justification.” Wollstonecraft is justifying why women should have equal rights.
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Which is NOT a purpose for writing a reflective essay?
B) to persuade readers to agree with an opinion
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Which sentence from Response to Erik of Sweden best summarizes Queen Elizabeth’s purpose for writing the letter?
And that indeed does not happen because we doubt in any way of your love and honour, but, as often we have testified both in words and writing, that we have never yet conceived a feeling of that kind of affection towards anyone.
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Alexander Pope’s purpose for writing The Rape of the Lock was to
poke fun at the spoiled upper classes.
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Alexander Pope’s purpose for writing The Rape of the Lock was to a. show Belinda as a shallow person. b. expose the absurdity of the card game called omber. c. poke fun at the spoiled upper classes. d. speak out against the rich, and in favor of the poor.
During the ______ phase of the writing process, the writer analyzes the audience and the purpose for writing.
Identify the author’s position and purpose for writing the text.
Author’s Position – a standpoint or attitude that the author holds towers an idea Author’s Purpose – An author’s reason for creating a piece of work, the purpose may be to explain/inform, entertain or persuade Purpose of a Passage – main reason or intent for writing a particular piece
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A fifth-grade teacher asks students to complete the following writing assignment. Nonfiction Text Assignment. Read the short article titled ‘Protection for Coral Reefs’. Then write a paragraph in which you do the following: 1. Identify the author’s message or purpose for writing the article. 2. Provide three pieces of evidence from the article that supports your statement in 1. The assignment can best be used to assess students’ mastery of which of the following reading-content standards? A. Verifying facts presented within a text through the use of multiple sources B. Recognizing contradictory statements made by an author within a text C. Making an inference by connecting ideas within a text D. Comparing the viewpoints of different authors among multiple texts
C. Making an inference by connecting ideas within a text Option (C) is correct. The assignment does address this content standard. Students are asked to demonstrate mastery of the complex task of connecting different ideas presented in the text in order to make an inference about the author’s intended message or purpose.
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