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How to write a single selection short answer!

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Gloria Guevara

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Transcript of How to write a single selection short answer!

Topic Sentence
In "Is Criticism a Four-Letter Word?," the author feels self-assured about criticism.
How to write a single selection short answer!
Concrete Detail #1
The author states that the speaker said, "Why write criticism? Because if you write your opinions...you'll be something that [Steve] wished he'd been as a teen. Confident."
Commentary #1
As the speaker answers the question that he stated, he proves that using criticism is something confident.
Concrete Detail #2
In addition, Steve proclaims, "The best critics don't just spew out their opinions; they help you form and deepen yours..."
Commentary #2
Steve believes that criticism helps others by strengthening theirs, such as, when critics state their opinion over the idea or object.
Prompt
In "Is Criticism a Four-Letter Word?," how does the author feel about criticism?
Conclusion
Gloria A. Guevara, Lesley De Leon, Luis Padron
Read the story to get your answer for the prompt.
Understand the question.
Mention the name of the story.
Restate the question differently with the answer.
Look back at the answer for the prompt.
Find a quote that supports the answer.
Write down the quote in a sentence properly.
Explain the quote in the concrete detail and how it answers the question.
Look back at the story and find a quote that is different from the previous one but that relates to the prompt.
In the begining of CD #2 write a transition phrase or word.
Explain the quote and how it relates to the prompt.
Therefore, the author feels criticism is something people shouldn't be afraid to use because it helps see things differently.
Restate the prompt by writing down what your whole short answer was about.
In "Is Criticism a Four-Letter Word?," the author feels self- assured about criticism. The author states that the speaker said, "Why write criticism?" Because if you write your opinions... you'll be something that [Steve] wished he'd been as a teen. Confident." As the speaker answers the question he stated, he proves that using criticism is something confident. In addition, Steve proclaims, "The best critics don't just spew out their opinions; they help you form and deepen yours..." Steve believes that criticism helps others by strengthening theirs, such as, when critics state their opinion over the idea or object. Therefore, the author feels criticism is something people shouldn't be afraid to use because it helps see things differently.
How do you guys feel about criticism?
Would you have felt confident if you stated your opinions to people?
Would you mention the name of the story in your topic sentence? Why?
How would you explain your concrete detail?
What transition phrase would you have used?
How do you think criticism can strengthen your ideas?
Would you see things differently by using criticism?
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