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Answer these questions to check your understanding of the Your Presentation module.  You must complete 5 of the 6 questions correctly to pass.

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Which of the following statements will NOT help understand an assignment?
  The audience
  Purpose of the assignment
  Resources to use
  Advice from a friend
A strong thesis statement:
  Takes a stand, is specific and justifies discussion
  Provides many conclusions about a subject
  Is general enough to allow a broad answer
  Takes several ideas and puts them into one sentence
Which of the following is a strong thesis statement?
  Because education beyond high school leads to higher paying jobs and a stronger economy, public tax dollars should be used to support higher education.
  Providing funds for education has some negative and positive aspects which citizens should study.
To obtain copyright a person must:
  Pay a fee and complete a registration form with the Library of Congress.
  Copyright protection begins at the moment the work is created in a permanent form.
  Receive payment. Unless there is payment for a creation, it cannot be copyrighted.
Which technique is NOT useful in writing an conclusion to an essay
  State your opinion
  Restate the thesis
  Ask a question
  Summarize the information
Strategies for peer reviewing include: summarizing end notes, using "sounds good" comments, and offering constructive criticism.

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