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  1. 1. TeacherResource Page By Mary Del Vecchio-FloroCredits American College of Education, 2011Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  2. 2. Teacher Resource Page:This PowerPoint game was created to help studentsreview the concepts of the five step writing processof prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, andpublishing. Students should have a good grasp ofthis process before playing this game. Teachershave the option of how to form teams. Whenteams get the answer correct they can earn pointsand the team with the most points wins. Home Page Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  3. 3. Credits:All teachers and students at non-profit schools can use, revise, or adapt this game at willat no cost on the condition that all prior designers are cited. • Adapted from “The Traveling Book Seller” by Drew Polly, UNC- Charlotte, 2006 Home Page Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  4. 4. Questions1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Home Page Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  5. 5. That’s Correct! Question Page Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  6. 6. Sorry, that’s not correct! Question Page Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  7. 7. 1) Explain how writing can be apowerful means of communication? A. Drafting is the most important step. B. Writing is perfected through the five step writing process. C. It allows ALL people to communicate, even the hearing and visually impaired (visually impaired through the use of Braille). D. Both B and C are correct. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  8. 8. 2) What influence will understandinghow to pre-write have on our lives? A. Pre-writing provides us the opportunity to plan out our thoughts and ideas. B. Pre-writing is the step that helps us see where the misspelled words are. C. Understanding how to create and use graphic organizers will help the planning process. • Both the 1st and 3rd choices Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  9. 9. 3) Why is it important to know howto write correctly? A. It is an important way to communicate. B. Writing is apart of our every day life. C. Understanding the writing process helps a person become a strong reader. D. All of the above. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  10. 10. 4) In the writing process, what happensafter the revise step? A. Drafting B. Revise C. Publish D. Edit Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  11. 11. 5) In the writing process, what happensafter the drafting step? A. Drafting B. Revise C. Publish D. Edit Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  12. 12. 6) How many steps are there in thewriting process? A. Four B. Three C. Five D. One Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  13. 13. 7) Can you name the five steps of writingprocess? A. Writing, planning, thinking, talking, editi ng. B. Pre- writing, drafting, editing, revising, publis hing. C. Brainstorming, drafting, planning, editing , publishing. D. Pre- writing, drafting, planning, correcting, pu Questions blishing. Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  14. 14. 8) Can you explain why we skip linesduring the drafting, revising, and editingstages of the writing process? A. So our writing looks sloppier. B. So there is space available when we make changes to our writing. C. So our writing looks neater. D. Because our teacher says to do it. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  15. 15. 9) Can you explain why we skip linesduring the drafting, revising, and editingstages of the writing process? A. So our writing looks sloppier. B. So there is space available when we make changes to our writing. C. So our writing looks neater. D. Because our teacher says to do it. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  16. 16. 10) What can be the consequences ofpoor pre-writing? A. Your writing may be confusing and not have proper character development. B. Your writing will look sloppy. C. Your writing may leave the reader asking many questions. D. Both A and C. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011
  17. 17. 11) Can you explain what must happenduring the drafting stage? A. Begin to write using the graphic organizer. B. Skip lines during this step. C. Watch for spelling errors and punctuation errors. D. Both A and B. Questions Write On!, Mary Del Vecchio-Floro , 2011

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