Purpose, audiance, and tecnuique. It helps you figure out what the passage is about.
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P stands for purpose. A is for audience. T is for task. Whats the purpose of the writing? What is it about? Would people like your writing. The word PAT helps you learn about what should be in your writing.
It is purpose audience and technique.. It helps you find the ooh lala words. Plus what the story is about. In ''Misères Mars'', I really liked the story. Plus all the ooh lala words!!!
P.A.T stands for purpose, audience and tasks. Purpose means why your going to make it. Audience means who your going to send it to and tasks means what you have to do to make it. In our mars story we had to find the words teachers like: an example word is spacecraft. Or the ooh la la words.
P.A.T. stands for Purpose Audience Technique. The teacher that was visiting us put P- explain on the paper. It helps you find the big vocabulary words or the teachers version, OOH LALA words.
P stands for purpose in P.A.T and A in P.A.T stands for audience. Last but not least T stands for task P.A.T. They help you understand what the passage is about. It also helps you use a lot of describing words.
P.A.T means purpose audience and task.P.A.T can help you by making your work efficient.P.A.T in a prompt, words that go with the article or main article are called "ooh la la" words."Ooh la la" words could be police or whales.A P.A.T prompt can be a hard thing.
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I know exactly what pat means! It`s kind of like a soft hit. But there is another type of pat. The kind of pat this is has meanings for the letters in it. P stands for purpose. A stands for audience. And finally, T stands for task. PAT helps you understand words that describe the meaning of the main idea.
First, Pat stands For purpose, audience, and task. It can help you by remembering steps to do in writing.It can help readers find the main idea first they have to go through the details that support the main idea and that's Where Pat Comes in.it's like when you're going across the bridge and you get through the first detail and then the second and the third and then once you figure out what's the main ideas you already crossed bridge. That's how Pat can help you.
Well P.A.T standes for 3 words Perpouse ,Adiunce and Task. It helps us to find key words like scintist and planet. In the passage that we read today .I like how it gives us information.
P.A.T. stands for purpose ,proper audience,and last task.You need a proper audience so they well be intresed about whatever your talking about. Its good to have task cause you have to be on task.
Last,purpose you have to have a good purpose to what your writing about.So,thats what p.a.t. means purpose,a proper audience,and a task of what your doing.
P.A.T. stands for Purpose Audience Task. Its helpful because it can help with Ooo LaLa words.You can use the Ooo LaLa words when you are writing a writing prompt. P.A.T. can help you with understanding what the text is about.
P is purpose
A is for audience
T is for task
PAT helps because you can find big words like prompts. You can go back and underline words that are helpful. When the teachers are grading the paper they realize you know some cool things.
PAT stands for purpose audiences and task. It helps you with big words. You go back and box in the words. The words have to do with the essential quesiton.
P stands for promted.A stands for audeio.T stands for task. P.A.T can help us do writeing asiments.
P stands for purpose,A stands for audience,and T stands for task in P.A.T.P.A.T could help your writing by what the letters mean.P is for purpose so in your passage you should tell the purpose.A is for audience so you should show your passage to someone who would like to see it.T is for task so you should show your task in the passage.