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Most test-takers will encounter some form of writing on their upcoming test or exam. As you prepare, Mometrix’s free library of review videos will help you refresh your knowledge and understanding of the following writing concepts and ideas: Alliteration, Common Comma FUnctions, Consistency in Punctuation, Drafting a Thesis Statement, Editing Sentences to Read Better, Five Part Essay, How to Summarize, How to Compare and Contrast, Literary Devices, Main Ideas in a Story, Persuasive Techniques, Revising and Editing, Structure and Planning, Transitions in Writing, Trimming Your Writing, Writing Strategies and more. Intended for use as a general review of the concepts presented, these videos are invaluable resources that can be utilized in combination with Mometrix’s other examination-specific study materials, including study guides and flashcards, that will offer a more in-depth look at concepts that may be presented on test day.


Adverb Equal Comparisons
Adverb Unequal Comparisons
Alliteration
Allusion
Announcements
Apostrophes
A Technical Passage
Bar Graph
Brackets
Capitalization in Grammar
Cause and Effect for Middle School Students
Clauses
Comic Relief
Common Comma Functions
Communication Forms
Compare and Contrast
Comparison
Composition Planning
Connecting Sentences
Consistency in Punctuation
Coordinating and Correlative Conjunctions
Credible Information Source
Dash
Dialogue, Paradox, and Dialect
Drafting a Thesis Statement
Drafting Body Paragraphs
Drafting Conclusions
Drafting Ideas
Editing Sentences to Read Better
Effect of Sound on Poetry
Elements in a Written Response to Literature
Elements that Influence Fiction
Elements of a Story
Ellipsis
Evaluation and Critique of One’s Own Writing
Evocative Words and Rhythm
Exclamation Point
Expository Passages
Figurative Language
Figure of Speech
Five Part Essay
Function of Articles
Function of a Sentence
General Revision and Proofreading
Graphic Organizers
Graphs
How to Compare and Contrast
How to Summarize
Hyperbole and Understatement
Improve Your Writing – 4 Different Styles of Writing
How to Support a Conclusion/Inference
Informative Text
Independent and Dependent Clauses
Introduction
Introduction II
Intro to Sentence Types
Irony
Italicizing and Underlining
Italics and Ellipses
Line Graph
Linking Verbs
Literary Devices
Literary Tropes
Looking for Mistakes
Making Commas Flow
Making Sentences More Distinct
Making Your Paper Professional
Main and Supporting Ideas in Literature
Main Ideas in a Story
Metaphor
Methods to Obtain Coherence in Writing
Metonymy and Synedoche
Monologue, Soliloquy, and Dramatic Irony
Myth, Legend, and Fairy Tales
Narrative Descriptive Essay
Narratives
Neutrality
Order of Sections of a Draft
Organizational Methods to Structure Text
Organization in a Paper
Outlines
Outlining
Parallelism
Parts of a Story
Parts of Speech
Personal Essay
Personal Voice
Personification
Persuasive Essay
Persuasive Techniques
Persuasive Text and Bias
Present a Problem
Present Perfect, Past Perfect and Future Perfect Verb Tenses
Process Essay
Pronoun Antecedent Agreement
Pronoun Usage
Protagonist, Antagonist, Drama, Biography, and Dialogue
Purpose
Question Marks
Quotation Marks
Quotes
Recursive Writing Process
Different Parts of a Review
Revising and Editing
Rhetorical Schemes
Semicolon Usage
Sensory Language
Sentence Structure
Setting and Time Frame
Simile
Slash
Structural Elements of Poetry
Structure and Planning
Style, Tone, and Mood
Subject Verb Agreement
Summary Statement
Symbol
Synonyms and Antonyms
Tables
Text Structure
Theme
The Basics of Poetry
Transitions
Transitions in Writing
Trimming Your Writing
Unequal Comparison Adjectives
Universal Themes in Literature
Variation of Sentence Types
Word Usage
Writer’s Block
Writing a Response Paper
Writing in the 1st Person
Writing Process
Writing Strategies
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