Embedding skills to use a range of grammatical structures

In this lesson, we will recap some of the core grammatical structures and rules that we have already studied in this unit and apply them in a piece of writing. We will also learn about rhetoric and think about ethos, logos and pathos.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which of these punctuation marks is a colon?

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Q2.What is the correct definition of a main clause?

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Q3.One possible use of a colon is to:

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Q4.True or false: A colon separates two subordinate clauses.

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Q5.True or false: Often, a colon is used to add emphasis to a particular word or phrase.

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Q6.True or false: You do not need a capital letter after a colon unless it is a proper noun or quotation.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which of these punctuation marks is a colon?

1/6

Q2.What is the correct definition of a main clause?

2/6

Q3.One possible use of a colon is to:

3/6

Q4.True or false: A colon separates two subordinate clauses.

4/6

Q5.True or false: Often, a colon is used to add emphasis to a particular word or phrase.

5/6

Q6.True or false: You do not need a capital letter after a colon unless it is a proper noun or quotation.

6/6

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Embedding skills to use a range of grammatical structures : Quiz

Complete the questions below to check your understanding of our lesson today.

Q1.You should usually have a main clause before a colon (even when introducing a list).

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Q2.Which of the statement is true?

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Q3.Which statement is true?

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Q4.In writing to show viewpoint, what is the purpose of an introduction?

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Q5.Appeal to ethics (convince the audience of your character) is...

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Q6.Appeal to to logic (use facts and reason) is...

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Q7.Appeal to emotions (target the thoughts and feelings of the audience) is...

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Embedding skills to use a range of grammatical structures : Quiz

Complete the questions below to check your understanding of our lesson today.

Q1.You should usually have a main clause before a colon (even when introducing a list).

1/7

Q2.Which of the statement is true?

2/7

Q3.Which statement is true?

3/7

Q4.In writing to show viewpoint, what is the purpose of an introduction?

4/7

Q5.Appeal to ethics (convince the audience of your character) is...

5/7

Q6.Appeal to to logic (use facts and reason) is...

6/7

Q7.Appeal to emotions (target the thoughts and feelings of the audience) is...

7/7

Lesson summary: Embedding skills to use a range of grammatical structures

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