Collecting Essay Evidence in the GED Writing Segment

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Which term refers to the reasoning and support in favor of a particular argument?

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1. Which tool helps you to change the background and font color?

2. You are reading the passage for the Extended Writing Response. As you read you mark groups of words that are in favor of the issue in yellow and ones against the issue in blue. What tool are you using?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet help test your knowledge of collecting essay evidence in the GED writing segment. Expect to be quizzed on changing the background and font color and term that refers to the reasoning and support in favor of an argument.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be gauged on:

  • A visual aid that has two overlapping circles and allows you to compare and contrast ideas
  • Tool that helps you change the background and font color
  • The tool that helps you mark words that are in favor of an issue
  • Term that refers to the reasoning and support in favor of an argument
  • The largest number of erasable note boards you can have for the GED test

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about the term that refers to the reasoning and support in favor of an argument
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on essay evidence on the GED writing test
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about tools used on the GED writing test

Additional Learning

Keep learning about this portion of the GED test by working through the lesson titled, Collecting Essay Evidence in the GED Writing Segment. Use this lesson to cover these supplementary topics:

  • The format of the GED writing test
  • How to be successful when taking the GED writing portion
  • Font options
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