Ch 10: PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Reflective & Research Writing

About This Chapter

If you are prepping for the PARCC ELA - Grade 11 exam, it's a good idea to review this chapter. It contains writing information that you will need to understand to do well on the exam.

PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Reflective & Research Writing - Chapter Summary

When you're planning to take the PARCC ELA - Grade 11 exam, you'll want to make sure you're prepared. Taking a look through this engaging chapter, you can pick up useful details about research and reflective writing. You will also have the chance to learn to:

  • Provide examples of reflective essays and research writing
  • Use reflection to conclude a narrative
  • Maintain a formal style of writing
  • Use a research project to answer questions
  • Create a main question
  • Understand methods for broadening a research project

Actively pay attention throughout each lesson to pick up useful skills and knowledge so you can perform well on the exam. Using self-assessment quizzes, you can quickly gauge your knowledge along the way.

PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Reflective & Research Writing Chapter Objectives

Checking your skills and understanding of different reading and writing topics is possible if you take the PARCC ELA Grade 11 exam. It was created to help you prepare for advanced learning. The questions on this test are multiple-choice, and they will ask you to analyze different types of writing styles. Review each lesson several times to understand what types of questions are going to be asked.

7 Lessons in Chapter 10: PARCC ELA - Grade 11: Reflective & Research Writing
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Reflective Writing: Definition & Examples

1. Reflective Writing: Definition & Examples

This lesson will define and explain ways in which reflective writing can enhance learning, as well as present examples of how to use reflective writing in day to day life.

What is a Reflective Essay? - Definition, Format & Examples

2. What is a Reflective Essay? - Definition, Format & Examples

Reflective writing helps us to think more about ourselves, who we are, and how we have changed. Read on in order to find out more about what a reflective essay is and how reflective essays are written!

Concluding Your Narrative with Reflection

3. Concluding Your Narrative with Reflection

Sometimes, after telling a story in our narrative essays, we need a little something more in the conclusion to help the reader understand our meaning. Personal reflections do this.

How to Establish and Maintain a Formal Writing Style

4. How to Establish and Maintain a Formal Writing Style

Writing a research paper requires a different kind of language than other kinds of writing. We call this writing in a formal style. Fortunately, the rules for writing in a formal style are quite easy. This lesson shows you how to do it.

How to Answer a Question with a Research Project

5. How to Answer a Question with a Research Project

You have been given a question and your assignment is to answer it with a research project. But, where do you begin? What should you do first? This video lesson will respond to those queries in order to help you answer a question with a research project.

How to Create a Main Question for a Research Project

6. How to Create a Main Question for a Research Project

When given a research assignment, you often must first create a main question that will be the central focus of your project. This video lesson will help you create that main question.

Choose More Questions to Broaden a Research Project

7. Choose More Questions to Broaden a Research Project

You have created a research project. Now that you are finished, what type of extension questions can you create to broaden your topic? This video lesson will answer that question and help you extend your research project.

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