Crider Quiz Outline
Crider names six parts of the Classical oration and considers how they would work in the context of an academic essay. Besides the introduction and conclusion, name two of the four other parts.
What are the two main purposes of an introduction that Crider identifies?
Name three of the six different kinds of strategies that a writer might use for composing an introduction.
According to Crider, each of the six parts of a Classical oration should correspond to one paragraph in the academic essay. Is that statement true or false?
In addition to the use of summary, Crider discusses three strategies that a writer might use in a conclusion. Name two of the three concluding strategies.
Bonus: Name one of the four “techniques of transition” that Crider suggests work well both within and between paragraphs.
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