English homework help 82. 1. An outline is a tool for organizing online web searches. (Points : 1) True False Question 2. 2. A comma-splice sentence may be corrected by (Points : 1) ending the sentence where the comma is and starting a new sentence. replacing the comma with a semicolon to connect the two independent clauses. All of the above None of the above Question 3. 3. A comma-splice sentence is a type of run-on sentence. (Points : 1) True False Question 4. 4. Quotation marks indicate (Points : 1) indirect quotes. paraphrased quotes. direct quotes. famous quotes. Question 5. 5. This in-text citation(Web Gallery, n.d.)indicates that (Points : 1) the publication is forthcoming. there is no publishing date. there are no editors. there is more than one author. Question 6. 6. Which of the following is NOT recommended when starting an introduction? (Points : 1) Create a clear relationship between a few salient facts. Describe your topic in overly general or vague language. Avoid introducing abstract terms. Define and illustrate the terms you present. Question 7. 7. Which of the following sentences is incorrect? (Points : 1) Its been raining for a week, and now its starting to snow. All the company cares about are its profits. Every dog loves its bone. All of the above Question 8. 8. Valuable research writing is expected to do all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) provide new information to reinterpret previous researchers findings. examine corrections to possible errors in previous research. repeat well-established information without further discussion. explore answers to questions arising from previous research. Question 9. 9. To assess research needs, a researcher should begin with WHICH ONE of the following elements? (Points : 1) Develop an initial set of research questions. Review theories relevant to the research question. Find background, exhibit, argument, and method (BEAM) sources. Write a draft of the thesis statement. Question 10. 10. Readers can expect all of the following from a papers roadmap EXCEPT (Points : 1) cited evidence from sources. an overview of the essays structure. an understanding of the connecting links. a definition of the purpose of each section. Question 11. 11. When starting your search for peer reviewed scholarly sources, which of the following types of databases is your BEST choice? (Points : 1) A subject-specific database A field-specific database A general-purpose database A basic Google search Question 12. 12. Which of the following is the LEAST EFFECTIVE way to describe your topic and its scope? (Points : 1) Establish the central questions that drive scholarly discussions. Be selective about the number of questions you ask. Make sure that questions are closely related to one another. Convey every question you seek to answer in the paper. Question 13. 13. Synthesizing research is important work for all of the following reasons EXCEPT (Points : 1) diversity of opinion. comprehensive scope. freedom from complications. open-ended interpretations. Question 14. 14. What is the BEST reason to compose healthy paragraphs based on an article? (Points : 1) To reinforce your assumptions To record only the claims you support To document essential ideas you want to expand upon To capture data or statistics Question 15. 15. Which of the following is the BEST definition of small-scale research project? (Points : 1) An insightful explanation of the current knowledge on a topic A summary that does not contribute to the larger discussion A project that tries to answer complex research questions An expression of ones personal beliefs on a subject Question 16. 16. An outline is a final product that requires an audience analysis. (Points : 1) True False Question 17. 17. Which is the default font style and size for a research paper? (Points : 1) Cambria 12 Times New Roman 12 Ariel 12 Helvetica 12 Question 18. 18. Which of the following BEST describes the primary goal of a research project? (Points : 1) To prove your idea is the best To bring a conversation to a close To win a debate on an issue To push a conversation forward Question 19. 19. A comma-splice sentence may be corrected by (Points : 1) ending the sentence where the comma is and starting a new sentence. replacing the comma with a semicolon to connect the two independent clauses. All of the above None of the above Question 20. 20. Which of the following sentences is correctly punctuated? (Points : 1) Some love baseball, and others love football. Some love baseball and others love football. Some love baseball and, others love football. Some, love baseball and others love football. Question 21. 21. The majority of your research should be conducted (Points : 1) via the World Wide Web. via Ashford Library databases. via the Google search engine. via the Bing search engine. Question 22. 22. By carefully considering the numerous perspectives on a topic, which of the following is MOST likely to occur? (Points : 1) The researcher will get off track on the issue. The writer will lose focus on the main purpose. New data will complicate the issues and cause disarray. The researchers understanding will deepen. Question 23. 23. The use of precise synonyms is MOST helpful for which of the following reasons? (Points : 1) It helps find sources that more directly address the topic question. It uses everyday language. It teaches the researcher new vocabulary terms. It helps researchers get hundreds or thousands of exact results. Question 24. 24. Peer review is NOT able to provide us with which of the following? (Points : 1) Careful interpretations Conclusive evidence Alternative perspectives Reasonable accuracy Question 25. 25. Subject guides in a university library provide all of the following resources EXCEPT (Points : 1) specific peer reviewed articles. useful database recommendations. the names of useful subject-specific resources. reference books. Question 26. 26. Caffeine affects people in different ways. In this sentence, the word affects is used (Points : 1) incorrectly affects is usually a noun. incorrectly affects is usually a verb. correctly affects is usually a noun. correctly affects is usually a verb. Question 27. 27. How can you say Celine Dions music is not great? She has sold over 20 million albums. This is an example of (Points : 1) the scapegoating fallacy. the false dilemma fallacy. the loaded-question fallacy. an appeal-to-popularity fallacy. Question 28. 28. When using the BEAM style of evaluation, which of the following is UNLIKELY to occur? (Points : 1) Writers will probably meet all research needs. Writers will need multiple examples of all four kinds of sources. Any single source will probably feature more than one of the BEAM categories. Writers will only need one source to serve all four functions. Question 29. 29. An outline is a tool for organizing the structure of an essay. (Points : 1) True False Question 30. 30. A sentence fragment may be corrected by (Points : 1) attaching the fragment to a nearby complete sentence. revising the fragment to include whatever is missing, such as a subject or verb. rewriting the fragment so that it expresses a complete thought. All of the above Question 31. 31. If you are found responsible for violating the Academic Dishonestly policy, and there are multiple instances of academic dishonesty violations, or a singular violation is egregious, you will be referred to the Student Affairs department for review. (Points : 1) True False Question 32. 32. Research projects tend to fulfill WHICH ONE of the following goals? (Points : 1) They reveal unseen dimensions to an issue. They create upheaval around issues. They accept common practices and policies. They restate accepted wisdom on an issue. Question 33. 33. Identify the sentence with the subject-verb agreement error. (Points : 1) The family cat snuggles with the children. The pack of dogs love to go hunting. There are a number of teams in the competition. Nobody likes that guy! Question 34. 34. Logic is optional when creating a valid argument. (Points : 1) True False Question 35. 35. When reading complex or dull materials, which of the following is the LEAST helpful approach? (Points : 1) Give yourself a small window of time to understand and then move on to a more interesting piece. Concentrate on understanding the difficult parts of the writing before moving on to others. Try to connect reading with personal experiences. Consider how the reading changes your opinions about your topic. Question 36. 36. Which of the following is NOT considered a viable criterion for evaluating sources? (Points : 1) Credibility Relevance of subject matter Ease with which it was found online Expertise of author Question 37. 37. Which ONE of the following is considered an advanced reading goal? (Points : 1) Reading to comprehend Reading to critique Reading to absorb Reading to understand Question 38. 38. Aristotles _____________________ frames an argument within the rhetorical context of ethos, pathos, and logos. (Points : 1) teeter-totter square peg evidence triangle Question 39. 39. An annotated bibliography is a (Points : 1) tool used to organize research efforts. a part of the revision process. located in the back of every textbook. available in the library. Question 40. 40. Which of the following is NOT a reason to use subject-specific databases? (Points : 1) They offer a good place to start research. They represent the full range of a particular field. You do not find what you need in a general database. Too many topics are covered in a general database. Question 41. 41. Course textbooks are useful resources for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT (Points : 1) they provide a short overview of the topic. they help researchers understand the specialized language of a field. they feature the most recent academic debates on the topic. they give readers a general sense of the important topics in the field. Question 42. 42. When taking notes to avoid plagiarism, which of the following is NOT suggested? (Points : 1) Enclose all words from a source in quotation marks. Integrate your ideas with your source material without citing. Record all data about the source for your references page. Attribute all words and ideas to their correct author with in-text citations. Question 43. 43. Academic citations are important for all of the following reasons, EXCEPT (Points : 1) to give credit to other people. to enable readers to trace the logic of your argument. to make the cited writers feel important. to provide other researchers with important sources. Question 44. 44. When completing your thesis statement, you should have all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) definitive answers to your topic question. examples and cases for evidence. an interpretative framework. multiple partners-in-inquiry. Question 45. 45. In the body of your essay, you are asking readers to do WHICH ONE of the following? (Points : 1) To consider their biases To review the topic for themselves To adopt your opinion without considering other options To hold onto their opinions Question 46. 46. Choose the best thesis statement. (Points : 1) The federal government has had a courteous and supportive relationship with Planned Parenthood and other womens health facilities for decades; however, funding from federal coffers should not be spent on procedures that are deemed unethical and murderous in the eyes of taxpayers. In this paper, I will explain my views on abortion. This paper will show that womens health issues are important in America today and why Planned Parenthood should continue to receive federal funding. Question 47. 47. Using the acronym BEAM helps researchers in which of the following ways? (Points : 1) It teaches students how to find sources in the library and how to use them in research. It helps students remember the different types of sources by using an everyday term. It makes the different types of writing abstract and complex. It helps students learn new vocabulary words. Question 48. 48. An interpretive framework for an essay should include all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) emotionally-driven beliefs. opinions of experts. historical precedent. cause-and-effect relationships. Question 49. 49. Which of the following is the LEAST useful type of source? (Points : 1) One that includes other researchers analysis One that offers just facts or information One that offers you new perspectives One that includes at least one of the BEAM elements Question 50. 50. A bad thesis produces all of the following effects on readers EXCEPT (Points : 1) it prevents writers from thinking carefully about evidence. it allows writers to rush to judgment. it directs writers to repeatedly make the same point. it prompts writers to think carefully about problematic views. Question 51. 51. Topic sentences are optional and should not be used in a persuasive essay. (Points : 1) True False Question 52. 52. A researcher can tell that questions are coherent by all of the following results, EXCEPT (Points : 1) the essential questions are unrelated to one another. the supporting questions are connected to essential questions. the scope of the project is limited and possible. the research is focused on a specific purpose. Question 53. 53. All of the following criteria help writers gauge their interest in a topic, EXCEPT (Points : 1) listing unanswered questions. mapping concepts and connections. deciding that sufficient research already exists. writing paragraphs about important topics. Question 54. 54. To meet research deadlines, which of the following criteria is MOST useful? (Points : 1) Open-ended research questions Expertise in the field of study A narrow focus A broad view of a topic Question 55. 55. Which of the following considerations is NOT an important question to ask when choosing a database? (Points : 1) Does the database provide full-text or abstracts? Are the articles in the database difficult to understand? Does the database offer electronic delivery? How current are the publications? Question 56. 56. When starting a writing project, researchers should approach their research topic as (Points : 1) an interesting problem to be solved. a potential affirmation of faith and beliefs. an area with limited perspectives and little to uncover. a randomly selected topic being researched by force. Question 57. 57. A paper that contains almost no original work but properly cites all sources is not an instance of plagiarism: (Points : 1) True False Question 58. 58. Marking up your texts while conducting research allows for all of the following EXCEPT (Points : 1) focusing your attention actively. acquiring and retaining information. quickly skimming through material. furthering a conversation. Question 59. 59. Meeting audience expectations produces all of the following expectations, EXCEPT (Points : 1) enhancing your grade. establishing you as an attentive writer. ensuring you will avoid offending your audience. enabling you to be an expert. Question 60. 60. Which of the following reasons is the LEAST likely cause of plagiarism? (Points : 1) A belief that all information is common knowledge The pressure to succeed at all costs A failure to understand what constitutes plagiarism Thinking that no one will ever notice the plagiarism Question 61. 61. Once a writer has completed the first stages of the research project, which of the following is MOST recommended? (Points : 1) Writers should follow a strict schedule and not skip around. Students should avoid locating new sources and be satisfied with what has been written. Writers should review their work and revise periodically. Students must work ahead and complete upcoming stages early. Question 62. 62. Which of the following is the BEST way to begin the research process? (Points : 1) Look for information that only supports your views. Look for information that is easiest to access. Look for a compelling conversation among scholars. Look for a social experiment on popular television. Question 63. 63. Which of the following is UNLIKELY to help the reader find BASIC information on a topic? (Points : 1) Consulting encyclopedias Referring to subject guides Reading dictionaries Searching academic databases Question 64. 64. Some general rules to follow when avoiding plagiarism include: (Points : 1) When in doubt, cite your sources Avoid procrastination so you are not tempted to plagiarize at the last minute. Take notes as you read and make a note of the sources. all of the above. Question 65. 65. A topic sentence must be followed by supporting evidence. (Points : 1) True False Question 66. 66. Which thesis statement offers a strong position for a persuasive paper? (Points : 1) Peanut allergies have been on the rise in the last twenty years in America. Recent popularity of antibacterial soaps, cleaners, and sanitizers may be one cause of some of the food-based allergies in some people, in my opinion. A lot of doctors say that allergen-inducing foods should be avoided in the first year of life. Allergens including peanuts, tree nuts, and fruits, are a serious threat to the health of millions of school children the world over. Question 67. 67. Researchers prefer a narrow focus and selective research methods for which of the following reasons? (Points : 1) To specialize in field or subject matter To access numerous ways to address a vast problem To write a broad research question To arrive at the definitive answer to a problem Question 68. 68. Claim + Evidence = Premise (Points : 1) True False Question 69. 69. A syllogism creates a valid conclusion based upon the factual nature of two or more (Points : 1) rebuttals. thesis statements. inductions. premises. Question 70. 70. As you finalize the essential and supporting questions of the research stage, you need to determine WHICH of the following: (Points : 1) Your questions have asked everything possible in order to cover all bases. Your supporting questions relate back to your essential questions. Essential questions are independent and do not relate to your supporting questions. You only focus on noncontroversial questions. Question 71. 71. It is a good idea to include various types of fallacies in academic papers. (Points : 1) True False Question 72. 72. Which of the following characteristics is NOT an expected outcome of a research project? (Points : 1) Frustrations and challenges occur in the writing process. New perspectives will occur. You will forge a solitary path to the answer. Your voice will inform a community of scholars. Question 73. 73. Which of the following is a compound sentence? (Points : 1) John bought some new shoes and wore them to a party. We can go see a movie, or we can get something to eat. When you get there, please remember to call me. None of the above Question 74. 74. Choose the best topic sentence. (Points : 1) Although pets walk on bare paws and may shed hair or fur, they should be permitted in restaurants because they are more clean and hygienic than most people in my family. There are a number of dog breeds that do not shed fur; instead, they grow hair. All dogs go to heaven. Question 75. 75. Scholarly work guarantees all of the following characteristics, EXCEPT (Points : 1) credible arguments. accurate information not subject to debate. criticism of other researchers work. important methods used to interpret evidence.