Timed Write Components
Annotations
Citing Sources/Plagiarism
Point of View
CD/CM

100

What is included in a thesis of a timed write?
Title of the book, author, and topic of the paper.

100

Do annotations need to be in complete sentences?
No.

100

In a short phrase, what is plagiarism?
The usage of another's work without giving credit.

100

What point of view is used when a writing a timed essay?
3rd!

100

In a short phrase what is CD? And what does CD stand for?
Facts. Concrete detail.

200

How many paragraphs should a timed write be?
Four paragraphs and a thesis.

200

What is highlighted when annotating?
Important information that relates back to the topic that will be useful in writing a paper.

200

Why do we cite sources?
To give credit and avoid plagirism, to help others find sources used in a paper.

200

What are the four points of view?
1st, 2nd, 3rd and omniscent.

200

In a short phrase what is CM? And what does CM stand for?
Opinions. Commentary.

300

What needs to be included in the conclusion of a timed write?
A one-sentence summary of each paragraph and a restatement of the thesis.

300

What are the three things needed when annotating?
Read, highlight, and comment.

300

What are the consequences for plagiarizing?
Anywhere from loss of credit to jail time.

300

What words indicate 1st or 2nd person point of view?
I, you, me, my, we, your, etc.

300

Why do we use CD?
To back up our opinions or CM statements.

400

What does every sentence in a timed microtheme and timed essay have to relate back to?
The thesis statement.

400

Why do we annotate?
Answers may vary, we will judge.

400

If present, what comes first when citing a web source?
The author's name.

400

What is the exception from writing in 3rd person when writing a timed essay or micro theme?
A direct quote.

400

Why do we use CM?
To state an opinion on a certain topic.

500

What needs to be in a body paragraph of a timed write?
Topic sentence, balance of CD and CM, conclusion sentence.

500

How do annotations assist in the writing of a paper?
Answers willl vary, we will judge.

500

How do you parenthetically document in a paper?
(Author's name, page number).

500

When is each different point of view used?
1st- The story is told from the author's point of view. 2nd- The reader is referred to as "you". 3rd- Doesn't use "I" or "we". Is told by someone who is not present in the story. Omniscient- The author allows the reader to see into the thoughts and feelings of every character in the story.

500

What supports CM?
CD.