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HOW TO WRITE CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE ANSWERS…
What are constructed response questions?
Some people call them essay questions.They require you to write at least one paragraph.Sometimes you have to use old information in a new, creative way.
This Is Just to Say – William Carlos WilliamI have eatenthe plumsthat were inthe iceboxand whichyou were probablysavingfor breakfastForgive methey were deliciousso sweetand so cold
Carefullyreadthe question.Look for key words likeEXPLAIN DESCRIBECOMPARE CONTRASTDISCUSS ANALYZE
Question:Analyze the tone of William Carlos Williams’s poem “This isJust to Say.”
Danger! Danger!
Never make a list for an answer to a constructed response question!
Now you’re ready to begin your answer.R-Restate or reword questionReword question for topic sentence or thesis statementInclude title and author of work being discussed
Thesis statement example
Question:Analyzethe tone of William Carlos Williams’s poem “This is Just to Say.”Thesis statement:In William Carlos Williams’s poem “This is Just to Say,” tone is a crucial clue in determining his sincerity.R-Restate/reword
Answer the question…The word choice the author uses suggests that his attitude toward the apology was one of insincerity.
Cite:
Use evidence from the text to support your answer. Cite specific lines or details from the work.While the speaker does say “forgive me”, he turns around later in the third stanza and describes the plums as, “delicious” and “sweet and so cold.”
It is with the use of these specific words that the author reveals his tone of insincerity. While he appears to be apologetic, he has no problem promoting the deliciousness of the grapes.
Explain-how your reasons support your answer.
SummarizeWrite an ending sentence the asserts your claim. You can start your last sentence by using these words:In conclusion As a resultConsequently Therefore
Therefore, his tone was insincere as it is apparent the speaker obviously enjoyed attempting to aggravate the owner of the grapes.
Read your answer. Fix any mistakes in spelling, capitalization, grammar, and punctuation. Make sure all the letters in all the words are written clearly.In William Carlos Williams’s poem “This is Just to Say,” tone is a crucial clue in determining the speaker’s sincerity.The word choice the author uses suggests that his attitude toward the apology was one of insincerity.While the speaker does say “forgive me”, he turns around later in the third stanza and describes the plums as, “delicious” and “sweet and so cold.” It is with the use of these specific words that the author reveals his tone of insincerity. While he appears to be apologetic, he has no problem promoting the deliciousness of the grapes. Therefore, his tone was insincere as it is apparent the speaker obviously enjoyed attempting to aggravate the owner of the grapes

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