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When considering why Henry was irritated with his mother in the red badge of courage which reading strategy would be the most effective?
A. Make a connection between yourself and Henry.
B. Visualize Henry in an argument with his mother.
C. Summarize the passage about Henry joining the army.
I believe that the answer is B. To visualize because if you visualize and put yourself in both Henry and his Mother's shoes, you might understand the situation better.

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  1. I agree.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. lol the answer's A

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  3. B
    A
    C
    is the answers to the U3L2 The Red Badge Of Courage Chapter 1 Quick Check.

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  4. 1. A
    2. A
    3. C
    :)

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  5. please ignore dramatoh if you wanna get the right answers

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  6. b a c

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  7. DraMaToh is wrong, number 1 would be B because 1st person prounouns are her, him, they, their, etc. The narrator is speaking in 2nd person view.

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