ELA

What does it mean to delineate an argument?(1 point)

to support it with facts

to form an opinion on it

to break it down

(to restate it in a different way)

2.What is an opposing claim in an informational text?(1 point)

a claim made based on evidence presented by the author to support an argument

(an argument that is made in order to contradict the argument made by the author)

a claim made by the reader after analyzing the evidence presented

an argument that is counter to the claims an author makes
3.How can text features help a reader analyze an author's argument?(1 point)

(They reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized.)

The include examples and reasons that support the argument not found in the main text.

They show where the most important information about the argument is located.

They highlight opposing claims and evidence that might counter the argument.
4.What distinguishes a fact from an opinion?(1 point)

(A fact can be proven true.)

A fact can be supported with evidence.

A fact can be changed over time.

A fact can be supported with examples.
May you check my work?

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  1. all are correct

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  2. Would rather have a teacher check it.

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  3. Btw wrong.

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  4. I got the answers like...
    1. A or D
    2. C
    3. B or C
    4. A
    ヾ(≧▽≦*)o

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  5. No got 2/4 actuall answers are
    1. A
    2. D
    3. B
    4. D
    Chew welcem UwU
    U r welcome

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  6. is this right ?

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  7. it was posted today so i sure hope so

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  8. 1. to break it down
    2.an argument that is counter to claims an author makes.
    3.they reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized.
    4.a fact can be supported with examples
    I got it 1/4 with everyone answer so I hope this help

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  9. bella is correct but 4 is a fact can be proven true

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  10. 1.A
    2.C
    3.C
    4.C

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  11. Heyo, The answers for Tracing an Argument Quick Check on Connexus is

    1. to break it down

    2. an argument that is counter to the claims an author makes

    3. They reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized.

    4. A fact can be proven true.

    Hope this helps ~love (ノ・ω・)ノ

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  12. (ノ・ω・)ノH e y o ! IS CORRECT

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  13. Heyo is correct!

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  14. can uguys tell me the ELA neverminded.....😔😞😟

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  15. I HATE YOU GUYS YOUR ALL WRONG

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  16. or maybe youre not doing the same assignment as us? tf juss study

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  17. Why do y’all put wrong answers like if it not right don’t put it on here I made a 0 😒

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  18. Thank you Heyo!

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  19. i your in connexus the real answers are
    1. d
    2. b
    3. a
    4. a
    5. c

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  20. ur welcome

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  21. i sware on my life that that is 100% correct
    and i ment if

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  22. Bella and <3 are correct

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  23. guys the answers switch around each time sooooo if you give answers write them dont put A,B,C ETC k?

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  24. 1. to break it down

    2.an argument that is counter to claims an author makes.

    3.they reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized.I

    4.a fact can be proven true

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  25. Bella is correct :)

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  26. Wait- almost right but still, 3/4

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  27. ty bella and <3

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  28. Hi is correct

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  29. Hi!

    1. To break it down

    2. An argument that is counter to the claims an author makes

    3. The reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized

    4. A fact can be proven true

    I hope I could help (*~▽~)

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  30. ethan is right

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  31. i just did this and got 4/4 so here are the correct answers
    1. to break it down
    2. an argument that is counter to the claims an author makes
    3. they reveal the main points and show how factual support for the argument is organized
    4. a fact that can be proven true
    hope this helps!

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