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What is a claim?
the author’s main message of the text
the author’s reason for writing the text
the author’s position on the topic
the author’s supporting details for the topic

the author’s reason for writing the text?

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  1. Not the main reason, no.

    https://www.powa.org/convince.html
    Scroll down and read about the "proposition."

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  2. So it should be the first one? The author’s main message of the text.

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  3. No, it's this one: "the author’s position on the topic"

    To write a claim, you must have a topic that you can argue. You will be arguing (writing) FOR one side of the topic, not both. You must have your own position, even if others disagree with you.

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  4. Idk what school your from writeacher but I'm from connexus and none of my teachers would never help find answers online

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  5. my answers are different
    its
    what is a claim?
    -an opinion based on facts
    -an opinion
    -an insignificant and supportable opinion
    - a significant and supportable opinion

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  6. i think its an opinion based on facts

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  7. 1.What does the phrase author's purpose describe?

    The reason an author writes a text

    2.In an informational text, what is an author’s point of view?

    The way an author feels about the topic of the text

    3.Why is it important to evaluate word choice when reading an informational text?

    Words and phrases are carefully chosen to evoke a desired response in a reader.

    4.What is one thing a reader can do when assessing an article's credibility?

    Make sure that the author at least acknowledges other opinions on the issue

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  8. Your Welcome My G's is right thx

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  9. Your Welcome My G's thank you so muuuuuuchhhh

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  10. Your Welcome My G's is riiiiiiiiight
    TYSM

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  11. Your Welcome My G's is right

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  12. What’s the answers for connection academy?

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  13. My answers are way different they are a statement a call to action proof that a fact is accurate and a strong appeal to emotions

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  14. 1A
    2D
    3A
    4C
    5D Your welcome!

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  15. Wow thank you so much but did ms sue really get banned?

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  16. Yo thanks MS sue got banned I don't know what I would do without you people

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  17. ms sue is dead yall

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  18. Guys idk if “mrs sue got banned” is right but they switched up where things are so don’t do that or u will get it wrong!

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  19. wow miss sue your the dest

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  20. R.I.P Mrs sue

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  21. Hi! I have different questions to for my quick check, its called, Counter Claims Quick Check, I will provide answers for that one below.

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  22. yeah ms sue pulled a C O M M I T D I E

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  23. mrs sue never got banned... shes still replying in 2021.

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  24. anyways answers are
    1. a statement that something is true
    2. to determine if the evidence supports a claim
    3. the other stores in town charge 25% more for the same designs

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  25. Idk lol is correct and the person under me owes the person under them $10,000

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  26. yea ill owe someone $10,000 but that person also has to give me $100.000

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  27. BROKE

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  28. so we all just here rn?

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  29. @idk lol, where’d ya seen her reply on 2021? I haven’t seen nothin.

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  30. the answers are
    1.the statement of an argument
    2.evidence
    3.to share an opinion that is supported by evidence
    4.by addressing objections with evidence
    5.the government should fund the building of public transportation systems to reduce air pollution

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  31. is this logical? i feel like i'm being lied to... AGAIN

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  32. ITS LOGICALL!! I got 100%!! Thanks @i am me :))

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