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#1....You can find answers to this type of question directly in a text. literal /interpretive/ evaluative /adaptive #2. .....Which of the following is an example of a literal question? When was Marcus called to the office? Why was Marcus always getting in trouble at school? How did Marcus treat his teachers? Which of your friends is most like Marcus? #3. What type of question can the bolded text help you answer? He's a sucking chest wound of a human being. But if you're going to have a jailer, better a clueless one than one who's really on the ball. evaluative/ interpretive/ adaptive/ literal #4......Create an interpretive question that can be answered by this excerpt from Little Brother:

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Carlton Burgess on September 21, 2018

Response #1(A) LiteralThe literal meaning of a term is its primary, fundamental meaning; The literal definition of "television" is "distance vision". You will have to give more than a literal understanding of the text. A literal interpretation of a text is done through the interpretation of each word separately, without considering how the words are used together in a phrase or sentence.Response#2(A) When was Marcus called to the office?Literal questions of the demand for concrete, honest answers. Answers to the literal of the common questions of the facts, and there is always a correct answer. In the reading comprehension activities, answers to literal questions can always be located in the text. Answers to literal questions can disperse light on the who, what, where, and when. Response#3(B) InterpretiveAt its essence, the communication includes the making of statements and questions. While there are various types of questions that we can do, a question interpretation is the type of question that occurs to the conversation. - Interpretive questions to try and receive responses that explore the different interpretations of vary the theme. Answer#4 he hit his hand on the desk and then pointed his finger towards me. "The *difficulty*, Mr Yallow, is that you have been involved in a criminal plot to alter (ruin, break) this school's security system, and you have supplied security countermeasures to your fellow. You know that we have suspended Graciella Uriarte last week for the practice of one of his devices." Uriarte had gotten a bad reputation. She had bought a radio-jammer from a head-shop near the 16th Street BART station and had turned off the countermeasures in the school hallway. Not my doing, but I felt for her.

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