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what conclusion can you draw about jason from the dialouge in line 10 in a surprising point of view

A. Jason procrastinate doing his schoolwork.
B. Jason and Ms. Smith have. good relationship
C. Jason is one of the best students.
D.Jason is embarrassed to talk to Ms. Smith

2) stage directions are one element of drama. In a Paragraph, define and provide an example of stage directions from ( A surprising Point of view). Then analyze the stage directions. Explain how these directions contribute to your understanding of (a surprising point of view). Support your answer with evidence.

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  1. What is line 10?

    Someone may critique your paragraph for 2.

  2. WhAt Is LiNe 10? sOmEoNe MaY cRiTiQuE yOuR pArAgRaPh FoR 2.

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