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10 MS. SMITH: {glossing over his misbehavior and adopting a serious tone as she hands Jason a piece of paper}
Yes, ok. So, tell me your plan for the project. Have you consulted this project list yet? You really need to quit putting this off. You're the only one without approval on your project idea, and the project is due in two weeks.


What conclusion can you draw about Jason from the dialogue in line 10 in A Surprising Point of View?

a) Jason is embarrassed about his project topic
b) Jason is frustrated from the assignment ***
c) Jason is not prepared for the assignment
d) Jason is frustrated with Ms. Smith

Which detail from the play best supports the conclusion you drew for the previous question?

a) Jason intentionally steps over a stack of books and grins.
b) Ms. Smith tells Jason she knew he could always do his work.
c) The students look nervously at Jason before he begins his presentation.
d) Jason is the only student who hasn't had his project topic approved. *****



Please help me!!!

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  1. How do you know Jason is frustrated? Has he just not done the work yet because he's lazy or a procrastinator? What indicates he is frustrated? Why would he be frustrated? Rethink.

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  2. Oh, well, is it c then?

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  3. yep

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