Grade 3 Writing - Produce and Publish Writing
Learn how to publish your writing in this quiz.

Grade 3 Writing - Produce and Publish Writing

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The increase in technology over the past years has helped students have access to reading their classmates' published works. Blogs, websites and other tools are easy to use. They allow students to interact and collaborate on ideas with their writing. However, parents and teachers should always guide and support students in their writing. In this quiz, the students will answer questions about producing and publishing their writing.

1.
What is the best way to publish your writing?
Where your best friends can see it.
Where many people can see it.
In print.
In a book.
When you publish your work, the purpose is to have as many people as possible to see it.
2.
How does technology help students publish their work?
It displays images and colorful pictures.
It can be graded by the teacher.
It provides ways for many people to see a student's writing at once.
It will be easier to read because the text is on a screen.
Technology helps students show their work to everyone.
3.
What is a technology tool students can use to publish their work?
A print source.
Powerpoint.
An email.
A blog.
Blogs are a great tool on the Internet for students to be able to access their peers' writing.
4.
In what way do Word documents help students produce their work?
Word documents allow hundreds of people to have access to students' writings.
Students can comment on each other's work if they use a Word document.
Word documents will publish the students' work.
They can type their writings into Word documents.
Word documents help students produce their writing.
5.
Your teacher asks you to read three or four students' writings for homework. What is the easiest way to do that?
Read their blogs.
Go to their houses.
Have the students publish their work in a book.
Email their work to each other.
When a teacher has her students publish their work on a blog, every student would have easy access to it.
6.
What is a publishing tool used frequently by students?
Microsoft Word.
Wikis.
Yahoo!
Google.
Wikis are great publishing tools used by many students.
7.
How can students easily interact with each other online?
By watching a video online.
By having friends come over to one student's house.
By commenting on their classmates' published writing on the computer.
By getting into a group with them at school.
The easiest way to interact online is by commenting or speaking with other students on the Internet.
8.
Why is it important for students to collaborate on their writing?
So they can get the assignment done sooner.
So they learn to speak to each other.
So they get more ideas from their classmates.
So they can divide the work evenly.
Ideas can be shared prior to students doing a writing assignment.
9.
Which producing and publishing tool is found online?
Magazine.
Microsoft Word.
Powerpoint.
Prezi.
Prezi is similar to Powerpoint, but is found online. They both help students produce and publish their work.
10.
For your homework, your teacher asks you to interact with other students about their writing. How can you do that at home?
You can make comments about a student's writing on the Internet.
You can read their writing in a published book.
You can get their writing by asking students for it.
You can read their writing on the classroom wall.
The easiest way to interact when you are at home is through the Internet.
Author:  Amy Flanders

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