You as a Writer MCQs

You as a Writer MCQs

Answer these #+ You as a Writer MCQs and see how sharp is your knowledge of You as a Writer.
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1: Writing that requires a highly developed skill set and the ability to produce pieces that are accurate and tailored to your audience’s media preferences is called

A.   Media writing

B.   Professional writing

C.   Professional media writing

D.   None of these

2: A strategy driven by an understanding of your situation and audience is called as

A.   Writing strategy

B.   Professional strategy

C.   Professional writing strategy

D.   None of these

3: Media producer is a person who may work on a variety of _______ .

A.   Media

B.   Blogs

C.   Videos

D.   Social media posts

4: Media consumer is a person who consumes media in the ______ should be able to think critically about stories, and differentiate fact and opinion

A.   21st-century

B.   20th-century

C.   19th-century

D.   None of these

5: An instrument developed to measure how college students perceive themselves as writers is called as

A.   MWSP Scale

B.   WSPM Scale

C.   GSP Scale

D.   GPS Scale

6: A diagnostic exam to determine skill levels in grammar, spelling, and punctuation Is called as GSP Test

A.   True

B.   False

7: News audiences today have become

A.   Completely uninterested in news.

B.   Both consumers and producers of medi

C.   Professional journalists themselves.

D.   Interested only in blogs.

8: Writing skills are important

A.   In very few media jobs.

B.   Only if you are going to write for a journal.

C.   Only if you are going to be a broadcast journalist.

D.   In the vast majority of media jobs.

9: Most millennial students use media most of the time

A.   To find jobs.

B.   To inform themselves about news events.

C.   To do academic research.

D.   For personal, nonprofessional exchanges.

10: According to research, the three main areas of self-perception that influence you as a writer are: writing apprehension, writing self-efficacy, and

A.   Writing approaches.

B.   Writing goals.

C.   Writing variety.

D.   Writing imagination.

11: Grammar, spelling and punctuation

A.   Are essential starting points to test your writing skills.

B.   Are no longer essential because of spelling and grammar checks.

C.   Are not as important as expressing yourself as a writer.

D.   Are automatically ingrained in you by the time you become a writer.

12: Good media writing involves

A.   Simply knowing grammar and AP style.

B.   Ignoring the rules and developing your own style.

C.   Transforming complex issues and events into compelling stories.

D.   Using eloquent and flowery language to describe simple things.

13: According to Jaime Fettrow-Alderfer, a good reporter

A.   Should always accept statements as facts.

B.   Should report only the facts.

C.   Must develop an opinion with every story.

D.   Must learn to think critically, and be curious and inquisitive.

14: A skilled media producer must also be

A.   A savvy media consumer.

B.   An excellent speaker.

C.   Highly opinionated before uncovering a story.

D.   An excellent creative writer.

15: Good writers must be born with that skill.

A.   True

B.   False

16: Self-knowledge about your writing is an important starting point for a media writer.

A.   True

B.   False