Organizing and Categorizing Ideas, Concepts and Information


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What is a narrative?

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1. When organizing ideas by importance, which should come first, the most important or the least important?

2. When writing a comparison/contrast paper, what is 'comparison'?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

There are many helpful tips to learn to put your ideas down on paper. This quiz and worksheet will see what you know about organizing and categorizing ideas, concepts and information effectively. You'll have to be familiar with writing assignments, narratives and comparison/contrast papers.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Students will answer questions related to:

  • Definition of a narrative
  • How to organize ideas by importance
  • What a comparison is
  • Difference between general and specific
  • Finding what kind of paper to write

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify you can read information regarding how to organize ideas by importance and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about what a narrative is
  • Distinguishing Differences - compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as general and specific

Additional Learning

Organizing and Categorizing Ideas, Concepts and Information is the name of the related lesson that can help you find out more about:

  • Steps involved in writing a narrative
  • How to write about solving a problem
  • The difference between cause and effect