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Think about the work you completed in your reading character role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Johnny Tremain. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed help you to understand more about the text. Support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from the novel.

My problem is, I'm not really sure what to write. I've been at this for an hour. I understand the question just fine, but I'm one of those people that needs an example before I can get an idea. So, if you could just write an example for me, that would be great. Thank you!

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  1. Take each instruction one at a time.

    Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Johnny Tremain.

    Why did you choose these ideas?

    How did the role you selected and the work you completed help you to understand more about the text?

    Support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from the novel.

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  2. For anyone who has problems with this, let me explain:

    A reading role basically is ways to read the book in order to gain a deeper understanding of the novel.

    Here are all the different types of reading roles:

    Discussion Director
    Word Watcher
    Summarizer
    Luminary
    Connector.

    You choose one of the reading roles and just tell about how it helped you understand the book better.

    And just choose a text from the book and say how your role helped you.

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  3. thanks Shalee^~^!

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  4. Shalee, how do I phrase the answer. Like how do I start it off?

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  5. FINALY AN ANSWER THAT ACTUALY HELPS!

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  6. thx u Shalee! :)

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  7. bruh imma fail can someone copy their essay and give me it like come onnnn!!!!!!

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  8. Hello fellow peeps I'm asking nicely if someone can please give me there essay so I can get my F up to A C thanks you very much ^~^

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  9. A or C I meant

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  10. if i had a literary discussion about "Johnny Tremain" i would discuss the lack of humility Johnny had, also dove and Dusty;s jealous'. In this novel Johnny is hard-working and good-natured, so he is well-liked by almost everyone and is a leader in the household. Dove, an older apprentice, resents him for this and the two boys often fight. At the beginning of the novel, the pious Mr. Lapham urges Johnny to read a Bible verse about the dangers of pride. Later in the novel, Johnny is in a hurry to perfect the handle before it is due, Dove and Dusty Miller, the younger apprentice, are supposed to help Johnny. However, they are annoyed by his pompous attitude so they give him a cracked crucible to put the melted silver in. The trick was supposed to be a silly practical joke to humiliate Johnny a little, but he spills melted silver all over himself and badly burns his hand. Mrs. Lapham hires Gran’ Hopper, a midwife, to heal Johnny, but she fails to keep his hand flat so it curls in on itself and becomes useless. Johnny can never be a silversmith now. I personally feel that this would have never happened if dove and dusty weren't so jealous, also if johnny just humbled himself down as a person, This novel also humbled me down as person too.

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  11. tell me if you copied and pasted it cause I wanna know.

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  12. @I gotcha boo, I'm gonna copy and paste, but my teacher usually finds out, calls it plagiarism, then gives me a 0, but just for that one answer. I really don't care that much tho, it's the end of the semester and I just want this quiz gone, I know the rest of the answers too.

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  13. Do your own work. Please keep in mind that plagiarized work is also documented.

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  14. sheeeesh

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  15. That still doesn't answer the question tho 🤜😭

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  16. please give the answer PLEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAASE

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  17. I HATE Connections 😒

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  18. The worst school ever, makes NO SENSE at ALLLLL Like Chile we understand HOW TO READ A BOOK LIKE AHBHIFBHDUVOBIDXBJ SVKNFBDHJSKBFJHKDNSBJHFBJDHJHGFBUEKDJLHFDJOKSJHFUIOEH

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  19. Oh and I gotcha boo, thanks I changed your response so it would sound like me so it helped as a outline.

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