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What are Q and A in an interview?
Questions and Answers in an interview
What are [ ] ?
What are... ?
What are [brackets] used for?
to change what the person says by adding a word or words
What are ellipses... used for?
to leave out words a person spoke
What is it called when words are typed extra thick and darker ?
What is it called when words are slanted?
What is a title under the main title called?
What are the sentences called under pictures?
Is Mrs. Jones kind or mean?
Why does Roger try to steal Mrs. Jones’ purse?
He wants to buy new shoes
Why doesn’t Roger say “thank you?”
The words are not enough to show how he feels
“Roger looked at the door— looked at the woman—looked at the door—and went to the sink.” Why doesn’t Roger run away?
He trusts her.
Which sentence describes Roger’s physical traits? 1 -Sweat popped out on his face, and he began to struggle. 2 -He was frail and willow-wild, in tennis shoes and blue jeans.
Sentence #2—a physical trait describes what a person looks like. “Sweat popped out” is a sensory detail, not a physical trait.
Which person who was interviewed is now retired?
Judge Nancy Hoffman (p.56)
All of the people interviewed agree that most juvenile offenders should be judged where? In juvenile court or adult court?
Juvenile court, unless it’s murder
Teens who are judged in adult court instead of juvenile court are likely to spend MORE or LESS time in jail?
More time in jail or prison
Judge Cordell believes young offenders should be: 1-kept off the streets forever 2-rehabilitated
Rehabilitated: given a chance to change their lives for the better
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