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When a text is presented aurally, how are we accessing it?

A. We are reading it.

B. We are viewing it.

C. We are watching it.

D. We are hearing it.**

Anwser D. we are hearing it

If you were to watch a visual representation of a story, what would be one of the challenges?

A. It is difficult to know what characters are thinking.**

B. It is difficult to imagine what the characters look like.

C. It is difficult to see the actions of the story.

D. It is difficult to hear what the characters are saying.

Anwser A. It is difficult to know what characters are thinking.

Determine which items below are the benefits of reading a story from the text. Select the two correct answers.
response - incorrect

A. You can hear all of the sound effects that the author intended.

B. You can understand how the author applies phrasing.

C. You can hear exactly how a character’s voice sounds.

D. You can use your own imagination to see the characters.**

E. You can take the time to look up unfamiliar words.**

Anwsers D. you can use your own imagination to see the characters. E. You can take the time to look up unfamiliar words.

Read the following sentences:

Dominic had never ridden a horse before. In fact, he had secretly always been afraid of them due to their great height and how they stomped their front hooves in a way that reverberated through the ground.

Determine which presentation style would allow you to imagine the stomping sound that Dominic is concerned about.

A. through watching a movie

B. through listening to an audio clip

C. through reading the text**

D. through viewing a play

Anwser C. through reading the text

This is for Connexus 6th grade students only thank you

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  1. wait these correct answers right

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  2. Yes these are the correct answers Rico.

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  3. thanks 5/5

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  4. 100%

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  5. yup he or she is right

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  6. These are correct thanks so much for connexus

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  7. omll

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  8. The people in connects are moving the answers around Addison is correct Just make sure you read it carefully

    Ty <3 Addison I got a 100% :D

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  9. oof thats supposed to say "there is no way to happiness. happiness is the way!"

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  10. more like all wrong

    1.B

    2.B

    3. B & A

    4.C

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  11. Thank you so much!

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  12. Your answers are correct but don't put the letters because it will confuse everyone and I almost got a 2/4 by looking at the letters but other then that ty its correct. Have a great day and stay safe.

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  13. SO WHAT IS THE CORRECT ANSWER

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  14. well what school do you go to

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  15. LOL I am watching Noruto I love the showe

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  16. Addison you . I'm in connexus and I read the whole thing and only got 1 correct.

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  17. ty addison

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  18. @Hi! she put the answers in writing so that’s ur fault

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  19. Um im confused with how the answers are theres many answers

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  20. Oh Nvm i understand it now, 5/5 Thx

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  21. Thanks for the answers but I got a 3/4
    (1) We are hearing it.

    (2)It is difficult to know what characters are thinking.

    (3)It is difficult to know what characters are thinking. andIt is difficult to know what characters are thinking.

    (4)through reading the text

    sorry if any are wrong :< But I took the risk so you wouldn't

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  22. the addison is right others arent for connexus lol ty!

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  23. Thank you me and Adison! your both 100%! thank you so ,much!

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  24. I just took it these are the answers it said. Sixth grade connection academy.

    Question:
    When a text is presented aurally, how are we accessing it?

    Answer:
    We are hearing it.

    Question 2:
    If you were to watch a visual representation of a story, what would be one of the challenges?

    Answer:
    It is difficult to know what characters are thinking.

    Question 3:
    Determine which items below are the benefits of reading a story from the text. Select the two correct answers.

    Answers:
    You can take the time to look up unfamiliar words.
    You can use your own imagination to see the characters.

    Question 4:
    Dominic had never ridden a horse before. In fact, he had secretly always been afraid of them due to their great height and how they stomped their front hooves in a way that reverberated through the ground.

    Determine which presentation style would allow you to imagine the stomping sound that Dominic is concerned about.

    Answer:
    Through reading the text.

    100% trust me

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  25. tysm I got a 100

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  26. Thanks I really need help with this and you where what I need😉

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  27. THE GIRL AT THE TOP GOT ME A 1/4 SO DONT TRUST HER >:I

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  28. Whach rampage_thedancer on tiktok and thank you everyone

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  29. And theta no me

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  30. -w-

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  31. Why won't you people listen to me ):<

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  32. Ghost-Sama 100% .

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