COLL 148 Week 4 Research Assessment
This pack of COLL 148 Week 4 Research Assessment encompasses:
Which of the following is NOT true about words? (Points: 5)
They can influence how we think
They have started wars
They have stirred nations to do the right thing
They can rarely motivate people
When writing a college paper, the tone and style and overall focus of your paper should be appropriate for (Points: 5)
Direct quotes and information you summarized or put into your own words (paraphrased).
Direct quotes, but not information you summarized or put into your own words (paraphrased).
Direct quotes and summaries, but not paraphrases because they are your writing
Direct quotes and paraphrases, but not summaries because they just give the general ideas
In selecting a topic for a paper, which of the following is most important? (Points: 5)
Study the assignment and know exactly what the professor wants you to do
Focus on what you know best: your personal interests and experiences
Not be worried about writing too much or too little
Choose a broad topic like depression so you will find enough research sources
In the age of the Internet, the library (Points: 5)
An outdated concept and has little real value for students who have access to the Internet
The hub of information and research resources in a college or university
Primarily useful as a quiet place to do homework
No longer needed to conduct serious research
Which one of the following is NOT a good way to create an effective introduction? (Points: 5)
Tell a story or create a vivid, visual illustration
Include a quotation.
Begin with a simple statement announcing your topic so you can end more powerfully
Ask a pertinent rhetorical question
Which of the following is NOT a good way to conclude a college essay? (Points: 5)
Make a final appeal for action or change
Refer back to the introduction (parallelism).
Repeat the thesis just as you wrote it in your introduction
Complete the story you used to hook your reader in the introduction
Re-emphasize and connect your main idea and supporting ideas