Alfred Edmond’s “Why Asking for a Job Applicant’s Facebook Password Is Fair Game” (132-135)

Readings Required:  

Ch. 3: “Critical Reading: Getting Deeper into Arguments,” (74-107) 

 Alfred Edmond’s “Why Asking for a Job Applicant’s Facebook Password Is Fair Game” (132-135)  

Answer the question in 300 words or more. Organize your response in the form of a mini essay (intro, body, and conclusion).  

Make sure the thesis is clear in the introduction; the topic sentence is the first sentence of the body paragraph, and the conclusion should wrap up the overall argument of the mini essay.  

1.Employers do (at least at the time we are writing) have the right to require drug tests and personality tests. Do you think they should also legally be allowed to ask for a password to Facebook, or should Congress pass legislation outlawing the practice? If employers are legally allowed to ask, would you provide the password? Why, or why not?


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re-considering your response to Todd Riley from the previous week


You wrote a response to Todd Riley in the previous week.  Mr. Riley had applied for a credit card with your company, FlashExpress.  However, he was 17 years old and not of age to apply for one on his own.

Please read pages 74-79 from the article, “Using Problem-Based Scenarios to Teach Writing,” by Hicks et al.  Then answer the following questions. 

1. This article provides three possible responses to Mr. Riley.  How is response #2 an improvement over response #1?  Please write two to four sentences in your response.

2. How is response #3 an improvement over both responses #1 and #2?  Does response #3 read like a “bad news” letter?  What strategy did Paula Persuader use in her response to Mr. Riley that was different from those of the two other writers?  Please write two to four sentences in your response.

3. Please describe a situation in which you had to write a message of bad news.   Without giving away names or personal information, please describe in as much detail the situation you encountered.  This could be a denial of a request from a customer, a note to a contractor that you no longer want his or her services, a message to a company indicating that you are returning a product, etc.  Did you apply any of the principles outlined in this article?  The authors in this article state that not all “bad news” situations are necessarily bad.  In Todd Riley’s situation, it was turned into an opportunity by Paula Persuader.  You might comment on whether you used this type of language in your personal situation. 


All of the following are guidelines for making your writing more engaging except


Question 1 of 20

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All of the following are guidelines for making your writing more engaging except

A. use different ways to join ideas.

B. use a mix of short and long sentences.

C. avoid using commands, questions, or exclamation.

D. vary the beginnings of sentences.

Question 2 of 20

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We read, “Sally hates spiders, my friend collects spiders.” Which kind of error are we seeing here?

A. Fragments joined by a comma

B. A run-on

C. A comma splice

D. Unnecessary punctuation

Question 3 of 20

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Basic ways to define a word or term include all of the following except definition by

A. synonym.

B. class.

C. research.

D. negation.

Question 4 of 20

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In a definition by _______, the author of paragraph tells us what is not true before he or she tells us what is true.

A. class

B. category

C. negation

D. explanation

Question 5 of 20

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The two kinds of _______ paragraphs explained in your textbook are the how-to paragraph and the explanation paragraph.

A. process

B. revision

C. coherent

D. structure

Question 6 of 20

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Which word is a synonym for “timid”?

A. Shy

B. Outgoing

C. Extroverted

D. Social

Question 7 of 20

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An example of a prepositional phrase is

A. “the dog barked.”

B. “sleeping late.”

C. “the horns blared.”

D. “in the desk.”

Question 8 of 20

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Beginning writers tend to overuse _______, which quickly become monotonous.

A. long sentences

B. complicated sentences

C. short, simple sentences

D. complex sentences

Question 9 of 20

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Transitional expressions used in process paragraphs include all of the following except

A. begin by.

B. above.

C. until.

D. finally.

Question 10 of 20

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A/an _______ modifies a noun, a verb, or another adverb.

A. synonym

B. adverb

C. homonym

D. adjective

Question 11 of 20

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When an author writes a/an _______ question in a paragraph, he or she intends to answer it in the balance of the paragraph.

A. exclamatory

B. emphatic

C. rhetorical

D. exploratory

Question 12 of 20

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A/an _______ is a word or group of words that renames or describes a noun or pronoun, as in the sentence, “Carlos, a native of Argentina, is the new wrestling champion.”

A. compound predicate

B. appositive

C. adverb

D. “-ing” modifier

Question 13 of 20

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These two sentences appear in a paragraph: “Sally loves horses.” “Sally hates cowboy movies.” If you combine these two sentences into one sentence, using the conjunction “yet,” your new sentence will have a

A. compound predicate.

B. compound subject.

C. complex predicate.

D. complex subject.

Question 14 of 20

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The _______ paragraph gives the reader directions on how he or she can do something.

A. explanation

B. plan

C. how-to

D. lecture

Question 15 of 20

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A/an _______ tells us more about a noun or pronoun and must be placed directly before or directly after the noun or pronoun it refers to.

A. adverbial

B. preposition

C. prepositional phrase

D. appositive

Question 16 of 20

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A run-on occurs when two independent clauses are joined by a _______ conjunction.

A. qualifying

B. coordinating

C. elaborating

D. subordinating

Question 17 of 20

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A prepositional phrase is a group of words containing a preposition and

A. its object.

B. a verb.

C. a subject.

D. its predicate.

Question 18 of 20

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Which statement is true?

A. Good writers never use exclamation marks.

B. An imperative sentence is a command.

C. Commands are followed by an exclamation mark.

D. Rhetorical questions are used only in satirical writing.

Question 19 of 20

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_______ paragraphs give readers step-by-step information.

A. Definition

B. Authoritarian

C. Informal

D. Process

Question 20 of 20

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All of the following are true about dangling modifiers except

A. dangling modifiers are essentially indistinguishable from fragments.

B. they aren’t logically related to the word or words they’re supposed to modify.

C. they’re generally the first words of a sentence.

D. dangling modifiers can’t be corrected by moving words around.





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