ACT Bellringer #1

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ACT Bellringer #1
2/5/13
Directions: Add these bellringer questions to your
Into the Wild Bellringers 10-12. Think about
what we have discussed for the ACT so far.
1. What are three types of questions you will see on
the ACT English test?
Today’s Target: I can present information, findings,
and supporting evidence conveying a clear and
distinct argument.
ACT Bellringer #2
2/6/13
1. There is a total of _____ questions on the ACT English
test.
2. How many passages are there and typically how many
questions per passage are there?
3. How long do you have to answer questions in a
passage?
Today’s Target: I can present information, findings, and
supporting evidence conveying a clear and distinct
argument.
ACT Bellringer #3
2/7/13
Directions: Use your ACT English notes to help you answer
the questions below.
1. How many questions do you have to answer correctly to
meet the national average on the English part of the ACT?
2. When taking the ACT English test, what is the skimming
technique?
3. What are the three types of economy questions on the
ACT English test?
Today’s Target: I can present information, findings, and
supporting evidence conveying a clear and distinct
argument.
ACT Bellringer #4
2/8/13
Directions: Use your ACT English notes to help you
answer the questions below.
1. Typically, how many questions on the ACT English test
are economy questions?
2. For economy questions, the ________ answer is very
often correct.
Today’s Target: I can present information, findings, and
supporting evidence conveying a clear and distinct
argument.
ACT Bellringer #5
2/11/13
Directions: Use your ACT English notes to help you
answer the questions below.
1. What are the two types of “nonstandard-format
English questions”? (Hint: These are the last two
notes on your handout.)
Today’s Target: I can present information, findings,
and supporting evidence conveying a clear and
distinct argument.

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