0



Writing information competency Critical thinking Projects Diversity
100
What is free writing?
Writing continuously for a period of time without self-criticism.
100
What is information competency?
The ability to determine what information is necessary, and then to locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information.
100
What is the three levels of Bloom's taxonomy that are critical thinking levels.
Analyzing, Evaluating, and Creating
100
What is the writing process?
Planning, drafting, revising, and editing
100
What are areas exemplified on the diversity wheel?
Age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and mental/physical abilities
200
What is a thesis statement?
The main argument of a paper that asserts the author's position on a topic.
200
What is plagiarism?
Taking credit for someone else's words, thoughts, or ideas.
200
What is characteristics of critical thinkers?
Resisting manipulation, overcoming confusion by applying reason and effort, basing judgements on evidence.
200
What is preparation and practice?
These two things help ease the tension about speaking in public.
200
What is cultural competence?
Knowledge and understanding about other races, ethnic groups, cultures, and minority groups.
300
What is the conclusion?
The paragraph that includes the summary of the paper and its arguments.
300
What is .edu and .gov
The most reliable URLs to use as academic sources.
300
What is problem solving?
The process of generating alternatives to work on.
300
What is peer reviewed?
A written work has been evaluated by people with knowledge in the same field who have verified the sources and information found within that particular work, usually a journal article.
300
What is prejudice?
Evaluations or judgments of members of a group that are based primarily on their membership in the group and not on the particular characteristics of individuals.
400
What is paraphrasing?
When a writer restates a passage of another author using different words.
400
What does CRAAP stand for?
Currency, Relevance, Accuracy, Authority, and Purpose
400
What are benefits of critical thinking?
Improves the quality of information and insight we access, and enables us to problem solve more effectively and learn more powerfully from what we experience.
400
What is a lot of the evaluating sources work has been done for you. You can know the sources are reliable academic sources.
The benefits of using library sources over google sources.
400
What is discrimination?
Behavior directed toward individuals on the basis of their membership in a particular group.
500
What is false?
Only cite a source only if you are directly quoting from another writer. T/F
500
What is to avoid plagiarism?
Why should you cite paraphrases and quotations?
500
What is critical thinking?
A process involving reanalysis, questioning, and challenging underlying assumptions
500
What is relevance?
The step of the CRAAP test which you ask yourself is this information useful to my topic and about the author's intended audience.
500
What is stereotype?
Beliefs and expectations about members of a group that are held simply because of their membership in the group.






Study Skills Final Exam Review

Press F11 for full screen mode




Edit | Download / Play Offline | Share