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Stage directions are one element of a drama. In a paragraph, define and provide an example of stage directions from A Surprising Point of View. Then analyze the stage directions. Explain how these directions contribute to your understanding of A Surprising Point of View. Support your answer with evidence.

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  1. @:l
    How is Reed wrong? He asked a question about your work, he didn't give you an answer. Stop blaming your failed assignment on someone else. Thank Reed for giving you advice, or just stop relying on other people to give you answers altogether. Next time study and find out the answer for yourself if you don't want a bad grade.

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  2. I gots 6 questions... its Unit 5 Lesson 3 then thingy 2. Drama Structures Quiz

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  3. you don't say??? ^

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  4. the answers change every day some people will be the same some people will be different

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  5. I agree with Keegan, answers DO change every day, so even if someone here gave the answers, you might not be garenteed a 100%. However, we are more then happy to help anyone who needs it. :)

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  6. The stage management seeks to guarantee the quality of theatrical products, guiding actors to the use of acting resources. Stage directions allow the manager to see (in the text) the statements made by the author for the staging of the play and guidelines in terms of scenery. On eclear example for A surprising point of view could be  when it gives the movement of Ms. Smith moving to the hallways just outside the classroom.

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  7. guys... not everyone answers are the same....

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  8. These answers are for Lesson 18: Dramatic Transformations Unit Test
    Gifted and Talented Language Arts 7 B Unit 3: Dramatic Transformations
    1. What purpose for reading do the stage directions suggest to readers?
    To gain understanding.
    2. If you were adjusting your reading rate to suit your purpose, how would you read lines 12-13 from " A Surprising Point of View"?
    Quickly, to create the feeling of conversation.
    3. What line of dialogue introduces the play's main conflict?
    Line 10.
    4. What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in "A Surprising Point of View"?
    Jason is not prepared for the assignment..
    5. Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew in the previous question?
    Ms. Smith warns Jason that he will have to attend summer school.
    6.During his presentation, Jason is...
    Confident
    7.What conclusion can you draw about Jason based on your response to the previous question?
    Jason feels prepared for his presentation.
    8. The definition of a stage direction is an instruction written in the script of a play that gives direction to the actors or information about the scenery. When the author of a play leaves a note in a script telling the actor to read a line with a sarcastic undertone, this note is an example of a stage direction.

    Read the 2 selections then answer the questions.

    9. Which statement from Selection 1 best captures the author's point of view?
    If you care about these great bears, please help us save them.
    10. The authors Selection of 1 and Selection 2 both...
    Want to help the Grizzly bears.
    11. Which detail from Selection 2 best supports the author's point of view in the previous question?
    Bears should be caught and placed in captivity until the bear population reaches a safer number
    12. How does the author of each Selection distinguish his or her point of view?
    The author of Selection 1 thinks that people should try to save grizzly bears, and the author of Selection 2 believes that the rise in grizzly and human populations are causing an issue for both species.
    13. Complete the sentence with the word that has the most positive connotation.
    Trevor was not going to give up; he was too ________.
    Confident.
    14. What is the preposition in this sentence? The bird flew over our heads.
    Over.
    15. What is the prepositional phrase in the sentence? The family drove to the store
    To the store.
    16. What is the appositive in this sentence? One of the richest men in the world Bill Gates started Microsoft: Bill Gates.
    17. What is the appositive phrase in this sentence? Martha, my best friend, is coming on vacation with me: My best friend.
    18. Read the two sentences.
    He completed his assignment. Then he submitted it to his teacher.
    Which sentence combines the two sentences using a past participle?
    He submitted the completed assignment to his teacher.

    Those are the answers for this test. Sorry for not putting the letters I didn't want to confuse anyone, because the test changes the questions around but they cant change the answers, please forgive my inconvenience. I really hope this helps a lot of you struggling to find answers. Love you all. <3 :)

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  9. DO NOT LISTEN TO RIGHT ANSWERS I GOT A 4 OUT OF 17!

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  10. @nooo just no

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  11. Guys the questions stay the same they just change the answers around but no one answered the question

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  12. Mr. Lonely is right for a lot of them but the teachers switch the answers every day so yes there are some right answers they aren't all the same so make sure to check before submitting. :)

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  13. @Lola <3 Plae I didn't take the quiz but I will try my best giving you the answers OK

    1): B
    2): D
    3): C
    4): A
    5): D
    6): B

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  14. Me: over here worrying about my test grade and about submitting it. ⊙﹏⊙∥
    Everyone: I got a 7/18 on it!┗( T﹏T )┛

    Umm that's why I only copy the written down answer and not the ones like :
    A
    B
    C

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  15. reed is wrong i got 10/17. thanks dude really appreciate it

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  16. Uh, ya they kinda are. So, whos right for the Unit 3 Lesson 18?

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  17. thank you so much

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  18. Do you know what "stage directios" are? Have you read the play in question? What stage directions does the author/playwright provide? Why?

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  19. This are all wrong i got 5/17 The real answer for 2019
    1.c
    2.a
    3.c
    4.a
    5.a
    6.a
    7.a
    8 on ur own try ur best ok :)
    9.d
    10.d
    11. a
    12.c
    13.d
    14.c
    15.c
    16.A
    17. c
    18.c

    this answer are 100% trust me people out there just want to put ur grade down this will Make a Good Score for you just trust me

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