mikewwe13:

"The Move" When Michelle's dad, an army lieutenant, was transferred to a new base in Fort Hood, Texas, her family had to pick up and move for the second time in three years. "Don't worry," her mother said. "You'll get used to the new school in no time." But everything about the school in Texas was different. The hallways were crowded, the cafeteria food was gross, all the tests were multiple-choice tests, and the teachers were stricter. Her least favorite time of day was the break between lunch and third period. All the students gathered on the football field's bleachers and separated into different groups. There were the punks in one area, the theater kids in another, the jocks near the back, the academics near the middle, and so on. Michelle felt as if she didn't belong to any of these groups, and so, she often suffered the embarrassment of sitting alone on the bleachers in the front. One day, while outside, Michelle was horrified to see a Cakeroach crawling around the bleachers near her. She screamed and then put her hand to her mouth self-consciously. Almost everyone had turned to stare at her. Gillian, a girl from her chemistry class, came over to ask Michelle if she was okay. "I'm fine," Michelle said nervously. "I just freaked out because I'm not used to Cakeroaches." Gillian glanced under the table. "You're not from around here, huh?" she said. "How could you tell?" Michelle asked. "Because here, Cakeroaches are a dime a dozen," Gillian said. "They adapt well to our climate. How about you?" "What about me?" Michelle said. "How are you adapting?" "All right, I guess," Michelle said. Gillian stood there, smiling, as though she expected Michelle to say something more. That was when Michelle realized the obvious: this was the perfect opportunity to make a new friend. "Hey, have you studied for the chemistry test yet?" Michelle asked her. Gillian shook her head. "No. And I didn't do that well on the last test." "Well, maybe we could study together later?" Michelle said. "Sure," Gillian said. "Meet you in the library later?" Michelle nodded. Which of the following best describe the inciting incident in the passage? A. Michelle is upset that her father is away from home. B. Her family has to move again in a short period of time. C. Her new school in Texas is very different. D. She encounters a disgusting bug.

1 month ago
tigerlover:

@ThisGirlPretty @Bearclaws72

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Hmmm, what do you believe the answer is?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

you read it ?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

please i need your help

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

all of it

1 month ago
tigerlover:

First, we need to look at what is mentioned in this story. What did you learn from this novel?

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Yes I read it.

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

i haven't read it

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Why not? >.> You may be able to figure out the answer if you do :D!

1 month ago
tigerlover:

Please read the novel and try to pinpoint what is the main reason of this story. Try to figure out the answer before asking for help. :)

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

It'll only take you a few seconds! Plus, you may get an idea about the story :D

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

the answer is A

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

because at the beginning of the story, it was all about how they were moving to another state and moving to a new school and it was different

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

correct me as if i'm wrong ?

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Hmmmm, @tigerlover What do you think o.o

1 month ago
tigerlover:

Not quiet what I would say. I would say C, considering her new environment and how she takes it all in at once which is too overwhelming for her.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

I was thinking either the third one or the last one because it was mainly talking about how she wasnt fitting into any groups, and about the different types of groups such as "Punk, theater kids, jocks etc

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

Which of the following best describe the conflict presented in this text? A. Michelle struggles to fit in to her new environment. B. Michelle struggles with the anger she feels toward her parents. C. Michelle's dad struggles to get his family to move. D. Gillian struggles to make friends with Michelle.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Which one can we eliminate first?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

D., B. and C

1 month ago
tigerlover:

Looks like A would be your answer considering the eliminated answers.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Yeah, good job! :D

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

i mean it makes sense just by looking at it because it was mostly about her

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

Which of the following correctly identify the protagonist of the text? A. Gillian is the protagonist because she resolves the conflict. B. Michelle's dad is the protagonist because he introduces the conflict. C. Michelle is the protagonist because she struggles to fit in in the new environment. D. The Ice Creamroach is the protagonist because it intensifies the conflict.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Which one do you think it is?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

C.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Correct

1 month ago
tigerlover:

Good job! :3

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

This doesnt make any sense o.o

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

Which of the following best describes the resolution of the passage? A. Gillian eliminates the Potatoroach and prevents Michelle from experiencing further embarrassment. B. Michelle learns information about bugs in her new home. C. Michelle will perform well on her chemistry test. D. Michelle has found a friend and begun the process of fitting in.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Well, we can eliminate B

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

right and eliminate C

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Yes!

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

so either A or D but i think A

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

because the friend came to her

1 month ago
zarkam21:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @mikewwe13 Which of the following correctly identify the protagonist of the text? A. Gillian is the protagonist because she resolves the conflict. B. Michelle's dad is the protagonist because he introduces the conflict. C. Michelle is the protagonist because she struggles to fit in in the new environment. D. The Ice Creamroach is the protagonist because it intensifies the conflict. \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\)

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

She didn't eliminate the roach :P,

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Correct me if I'm wrong but shouldn't this be A?

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Isn't protagonist the "good" one?

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Hmmm, yes ^_^. The protagonist is also the main character in the story :D

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

protagonist is the leading part

1 month ago
zarkam21:

I guess you are right! =)

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

But its good that you asked! :D

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

Which of the following best describes the resolution of the passage? A. Gillian eliminates the Potatoroach and prevents Michelle from experiencing further embarrassment. B. Michelle learns information about bugs in her new home. C. Michelle will perform well on her chemistry test. D. Michelle has found a friend and begun the process of fitting in.

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

but the answer is A

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Hmmm, what do you guys think?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

A

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Her friend didn't eliminate the roach o.o she was screaming

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

oh ok then this D

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Yes, good work :D!

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

Which of the following best describes the point of view in this passage? A. 1st person because the protagonist tells the story. B. 1st person because there is dialogue. C. 3rd person limited because the narrator does not convey characters' thoughts. D. 3rd person omniscient because the narrator expresses the thoughts of more than 1 character.

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

Hmmm, @zarkam21 @tigerlover ?

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Passage?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

eliminate B, C, or D so maybe A

1 month ago
ThisGirlPretty:

The passage is up top ^^^^^

1 month ago
tigerlover:

I would say that the story is read in 3rd person

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Well first off, what is first person point of view? Give me an example

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

First person narrative is a point of view (who is telling a story) where the story is narrated by one character at a time. This character may be speaking about him or herself or sharing events that he or she is experiencing.

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Right, so they would probably use a sentence like this , "I am going to the store" Is this passage using first person ??

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

yes

1 month ago
zarkam21:

No, it is not

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

no

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Please pay attention to what I am asking you =)

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Is this passage using first person point of view? Is this passage saying anything like "I am very happy today" or "I was so upset"? In this passage, are the characters talking about themselves?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

no

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Good

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Since we know this is not first person, which answers should we eliminate?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

A and B

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

AND D

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Perfect!

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Which leaves us with C and D

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Hold on, lets take this step my step

1 month ago
zarkam21:

By*

1 month ago
zarkam21:

C. 3rd person limited because the narrator does not convey characters' thoughts. D. 3rd person omniscient because the narrator expresses the thoughts of more than 1 character.

1 month ago
zarkam21:

which one do you think it is and why?

1 month ago
mikewwe13:

It's definitely not D because considering what was going in the passage, omniscient means knowing everything and in the passage she didn't act like she didn't knew everything, she was more busy being sad and going through a rough time around new people, new environment, and getting to know new things so basically D isn't the answer so the every last point of evidence points to C as the answer

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Exactly!

1 month ago
zarkam21:

Good Job

1 month ago
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