How does the writer in the watsons go to Birmingham make the reader sympathize with Larry Dunn

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  1. reading

    How does the writer in the watsons go to Birmingham make the reader sympathize with Larry Dunn
  2. ELA

    In the book "The Watsons Go to Birmingham 1963", which of the following events from the story most accurately represents the time period in which the story is set? 1) Mr. Watson nicknames his car the "Brown Bomber" 2)Larry Dunn uses shoe polish to make Kenny's gloves black. 3)...
  3. Language

    Which of the following text samples best supports the conclusion that Larry Dunn does not come from a financially home? A. He teases Rufus and Cody about their clothing. B. He wears socks on his hands Instead of gloves. C. She uses shoe polish to paint the leather gloves black...
  4. Language

    Based on evidence from chapter 1-7, Which of the following statements best predicts upcoming plot event? A. Byron will be sent to a juvenile detention home for his actions.•• B. Kenny and Byron will promise never to bother each other again. C. Mrs. Watsons will visit ...
  5. Language

    Check my answers.. Based on evidence from chapter 1-7, Which of the following statements best predicts upcoming plot event? A. Byron will be sent to a juvenile detention home for his actions.•• B. Kenny and Byron will promise never to bother each other again. C. Mrs. ...
  6. English composition

    I'm writing a paper to explain a concept of the bevel Ella Minnow Pea. I've come up with a thesis statement and my teacher has approved it, but I'm just stuck as to what I'm writing about. The assignment instructions asks "How does Dunn legitimize his ideas for the reader? ...
  7. Language

    Which of the following plot events occurs as a direct result of the setting? A. LJ takes Kenny's dinosaurs. B. Larry steals Kenny's gloves.•• C. Rufus ignores Kenny at school. D. Byron hits Kenny in the arm. Which of the following words best describe the relationship ...
  8. watson go to birmingham

    what are the watsons like? do you thing their "weird"?
  9. lea

    book title of the watsons go to birmingham 1963
  10. language arts

    has anyone here read, the watsons go to birmingham because i have a question on it?
  11. language arts

    Does anyone here read "The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963"? If so, I have a question.
  12. L.A.

    Imagine you are going to add the following events to a plot diagram for The Watsons Go To Birmingham-1963, which would be apart of the "rising action?" A. Kenny shares his gloves with Rufus. B. Byron uses chemicals to straighten his hair. C. Kenny reads a Langston Hughes poem ...
  13. Reading

    CAN SOMEBODY WRITE A 2 TO 3 PAGE SKIT ON THE WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM....IT NEEDS TO INCLUDE ATLEAST 3 CHARACHTERS...THANKS!!
  14. Research

    How much did the watsons goes to birmingham trip cost in all. Including food, gas, motels,etc.
  15. Research

    How much did the watsons goes to birmingham trip cost in all. Including food, gas, motels,etc.
  16. ELA

    (Whoever answers this question will earn a great deal!) - ONLY FOR PEOPLE WHO READ WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963 1. Which of the following events is a part of the novel's exposition? A - Byron tells Kenny to check out the World-Famous Watson Pet Hospital. B - Byron rescues ...
  17. please help me paraphrase

    "The truth is that the reader is always right. Chances are, if something you’re reading doesn’t make sense, it’s not your fault—it’s the writer’s. And if something you write doesn’t get your point across, it’s probably not the reader’s fault—it’s yours. ...
  18. reading/math

    Hey Mrs.sue, can you answer this question:How does the author establish the setting in the first chapters of the watsons go to Birmingham?
  19. Language arts

    Which two characters engage in a power struggle in the story? (1 point)Rufus and Larry Dunn Rufus and Cody Byron and Momma Joey and Dad
  20. language arts

    watsons go to birmingham 1963 chapter 13-14 1. the portion of a story in which the characters are introduced and the setting is described is called the A(climax B(exposition C(rising action D(falling action
  21. language arts

    this question is from "The Watsons go to Birmingham- 1963" Read the following quote from Byron to Kenny from Chapter 15. “Today is the day you check out of the World-Famous Watson Pet Hospital. Don’t let me catch you back there no more. You ain’t got no cause to be ...
  22. English-Essay

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  23. first steps in using a personal computer

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  24. ELA

    Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. 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 ...
  25. L.A.

    Why should you avoid writing about too many events in a personal narrative? A.to avoid overwhelming the reader with too much info. B.to help you, the writer, stay on topic. C.to allow your self, the writer, room to add many details and descriptions. D. all of the above are ...
  26. Business English

    What is the best reason to omit the reason for the refusal in a negative message? A. The reader may not think of the reason. B. The reason reflects poorly on the company. C. The reason benefits the reader, but not the writer. D. The reason is watertight.
  27. Early Child Ed.

    I asked this question yesterday. I still need help with it. Hannah's mother said, "Hannah is such a pencil-and-paper kid." It is likely that Hannah: A. will be an artist B. will learn to write,forming her letters perfectly. C. will be a good reader D. does not enjoy being read...
  28. Business Communications

    What is the BEST reason to omit the reason for the refusal in a negative message? (Points: 5) The reader may not think of the reason. The reason reflects poorly on the company. The reason benefits the reader, but not the writer. The reason is watertight. im not so sre of the ...
  29. ela

    1. The portion of a story in which the characters are introduced and the setting is described is called the (1 point) climax. exposition. rising action. falling action. 2. Imagine you are going to add the following events to a plot diagram for The Watsons Go to Birmingham—...
  30. English

    HELP PLEASE! WILL MEDAL!!!! 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 the WATSONS GO TO BIRMINGHAM - 1963. Provide an explanation for your choices how the role you ...
  31. Grammar

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  32. CRT/205

    How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and writer?
  33. English

    Identify the most effective method by which a writer can persuade a reader. A.S/he repeats the same idea over and over, using different words. B.S/he tries to use information that could frighten a reader. C.S/he supports main points with strong research. D.S/he proofreads the ...
  34. Social Studies

    I am in sixth grade and i received a summer reading assignment. I have to read the book "The Watsons Go To Birmingham-1963". I have read the book and now I have to write an essay explaining two acts of discrimination that the characters went through. I have found one act of ...
  35. Language

    Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. 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 ...
  36. English

    A writer must include research to ensure the reader understands his point.
  37. kings speech from birmingham jail

    Does king consider himself an :outsider" by staging a civil rights protet in Birmingham? List three resons he gives in response to this criticism.
  38. Language

    Think about the work you completed in your reading role. Determine the ideas that would be worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons Go to Birmingham— 1963. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed ...
  39. Ummmm, LA Help?

    Think about the work you completed in your reading role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons Go to Birmingham—1963. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed...
  40. Calc 1

    An 8 foot tall fence separates Larry's yard from Evan's yard.The fence is 3 feet from Larry's house and runs parallel to the side of his house. Larry wants to paint his house and needs to position a ladder extending from Evan's yard over the fence to his house. Assuming the ...
  41. business communication

    Which of the following is not a good guideline to follow when writing to international audiences? a. write in the reader's language if you have any knowledge of the language at all; doing so greatly increases goodwill, even if you make mistakes. b. Be aware that the reader ...
  42. English

    --The Watsons go to Birmingham- 1. Which of the following passages from the novel most accurately reflects the political climate of the United States in the early sixties? A. Let's see, where was the 'Coloreds only' bathroom downtown? B. Bright in the spot where the little ...
  43. English

    Read the following sentences adapted from p. 129 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. The boys got into bed. Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom. Kenny was so excited that he was talking a mile a minute-although he realized that he was probably just ...
  44. physics

    Larry leaves home at 2:08 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 2:15, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 2:29. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from home to the lamppost, if the lamppost is ...
  45. Physics

    Larry leaves home at 2:08 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 2:12, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 2:28. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from home to the lamppost, if the lamppost is ...
  46. Physics

    Larry leaves home at 3:02 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 3:18, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 3:26. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from the lamppost to the tree?
  47. Physics

    Larry leaves home at 3:02 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 3:18, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 3:26. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from the lamppost to the tree?
  48. college mathematics

    b. Larry and Michael scored a total of 48 points in the basketball game. If Michael scored twice the number of points Larry did, how many points did Larry score?
  49. business

    when writing informative and positive messages,you should include reader benefits when: A)the reader attitude toward the information doesn't matter. B)you are presenting policies. C) stressing benefits may make the reader sound selfish. D) you are presenting factual ...
  50. Business English

    When writing informative and positive messages, you should include reader benefits when: A. the reader's attitude toward the information doesn't matter. B. you are presenting policies. C. Stressing benefits may make the reader sound selfish. D. you are presenting factual ...
  51. math

    Larry and his sister, Betty, are saving money to buy their own laptop computers. Larry has $215 and can save $35 each week. Betty has $380 and can save $20 each week, When will Larry and Betty have the same amount of money?
  52. LA

    Witch sectence uses italicized word corrrectly? A. The dismal news was welcomed by everyone B. the judges deem her poems to be the best C. the oysters beseech the walrus to stop D.i sympathize with the lost child italicized words for 1 dismal for 2 deem for 3 beseech 4 sympathize
  53. english

    question How would you think a writer would hope to see themselves as a writer in the future? What should they still need to learn to strenghten it to make it better?
  54. Ed tech

    Using a graphic organizer in the prewriting process can do all of the following except. Organize the writers thoughts. Help narrow the writer's topic. Research a writer's story. (MY ANSWER) Help make the writing more detailed.
  55. LANGUAGE ARTS HELP

    read the following sentence from The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 A week later i was walking in the alley behind Mitchell's when a big cookie with pink frosting just about hit me in the head. It went by like a little flying saucer then crashed in the dirt. the author ...
  56. COM/155

    Compare and contrast your abilities as an academic writer now as opposed to when you began at Axia College. Using four comparatives and four superlatives within your responses, explain what has led to these changes and what changes you will make in the future. My reply: Since ...
  57. Business English

    "I was sorry to hear about your mother's death." Indicate the alternative that both correctly evaluates the sentence and correctly explains the reason for the evaluation. Would it be: (a) Lacks you-attitude because it begins with the word"I" (b) Lacks you-attitude becauseit ...
  58. psychology

    Please submit your end-of-the year report by December 31 so we can include your accomplishments in our report the Corporate Office due January 21.Is it appropriate to give the report due date in this sentence? a) No because the reader will not believe that the writer can ...
  59. reading help me pls :(

    1. What does the Wool Pooh represent to Kenny? (1 point)a nightmare death bullies fear 3. Which two characters engage in a power struggle in the story? (1 point)Rufus and Larry Dunn Rufus and Cody Byron and Momma Joey and Dad 4. Why is Kenny convinced, at first, that Joey was ...
  60. Language Arts The Watson Go to Birmingham-1963

    Have anyone read the book The Watson go to Birmingham 1963? I need someone to correct my answers!!:(
  61. Help on business law

    Tom purchases an IBM from Jonh, a thief, for $550. Later, Tom reconditions the typewritten and sells it to Larry for $750. When the original owner tracks down the stolen typewritten, Larry sues Tom under the theory of a. warranty of title b. warranty of merchantability c. ...
  62. books

    Ambrose Biercs Could someone that has read the story check my work? 1. The gray-clad soldier who tells Farquhar about the bridge is on his way to the bridge. a Federal scout. ****** frightened of being caught and hanged. planning to burn the bridge. 2. Unimaginably, Farquhar ...
  63. Language "Reed" I need your help!!

    The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963 1. Which of the following passages from the taxt best support the stories theme of loyalty? A. Ever since Momma had met Rufus and I told her about sharing my sandwich with him and she had been giving me four sandwiches and three apples for ...
  64. English 2

    All of the following items describe subjective writing except a. it presents a writer's feelings b. it uses only information that can be verified c. it communicates a writer's thoughts d. it expresses a writer's judgements Not sure...? Thanks -MC
  65. English

    this question asks about your work in your reading character role. you may use your novel to help you answer the question. Think about the work you completed in your reading role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons...
  66. Math

    Larry mows the same-sized lawns in his neighborhood each weekend during the summer. Part A Each time Larry mows a lawn he uses 1/6 of a gallon of gasoline. If he has 2/3 of a gallon of gasoline, how many lawns can he mow before he needs to buy more gasoline? Show your work. ...
  67. 12th grade

    I am stuck on my thesis statement. I am to write a paper about my strengths and weaknesses as a writer. Topic: writer Point:strenghts and weaknesses examples so far The following are my strengths and weaknesses as a writer. I will discuss my strenghts and weaknesses as a writer.
  68. Physics

    Larry leaves home at 9:03 and runs at constant speed to the lamppost(200 yards from the start). He reaches the lamppost at 9:07, immediately turns, and runs to the tree(1200 yards from the start). Larry arrives at the tree at 9:13. What is Larry’s average velocity, in yards/...
  69. physics

    Larry leaves home at 2:08 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 2:15, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 2:29. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from home to the lamppost, if the lamppost is ...
  70. physics

    Larry leaves home at 1:01 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 1:10, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 1:26. What is Larry's average velocity during his trip from home to the lamppost, if the lamppost is ...
  71. Critical Reading

    If someone could please point me in the right direction on these questions? Please. And thanks in advance! 1.One of the reasons a critical reader would not reject the logic and validity of an argument is when the writer has extensive use of connotation. True or False? I ...
  72. microeconomic

    larry, curly, and moe run the saloon in town. larry wants to sell as many drinks as possible without losing money. curly wants the saloon to bring in as much revenue as possible. moe wants to make the largest possible profits. using a single diagram of the saloon's demand draw...
  73. English

    1. They are a professor and a writer. 2. They are a professor and writer. 3. They are professors and writers. 4. He is a professor and writer. 5. He is a professor and a writer. (Which expressions are not correct?)
  74. Physics

    Moe, Larry, and Curly stand in a line with a spacing of d = 1.40m . Larry is 3.00m in front of a pair of stereo speakers 0.800m apart, as shown in the figure(Figure 1) . The speakers produce a single-frequency tone, vibrating in phase with each other. What are the two lowest ...
  75. crtical thinking

    How does critical thinking affect you as a reader and writer? How can thinking critically improve your writing?
  76. king high school

    in poetry and ficition, the main reason for using vivid words is to 1 explain an idea 2 create a mental image 3 keep the reader gussing 4 illustrate the writer's bias
  77. English

    Thank you very much indeed for your last corrections!! I still need your precious help to check a few more sentences.In particular, I would like you to tell me if the words in paranthes are also possible 1) The action takes place/happens, occurs in ....(are they all OK?) 2) A ...
  78. business communication

    effective openers to a sales letter may include all of the following except: a. a series of questions that intrigues the reader and gets her thinking. b. a starting statement that captures the reader's attention. c. a direct suggestion that the reader purchase a new and ...
  79. Math

    Larry purchased a ski lodge in Telluride for $850,000. His bank is willing to finance 70% of the purchase price. As part of the mortgage closing costs, Larry had to pay 4% discount points. How much did this amount to?
  80. English

    Here is the second part of my summary I really need you to revise. Thank you. 1) Details of the behaviour, clothes and so on of the characters are part of the social setting of the story. Characters are the people who appear in a novel and represent the most important ...
  81. Language Arts

    Which of the following citations from The Watsons Go to Birmingham---1963 illustrates how the setting affects Byron? A. The way Byron kept his head down and was smiling and saying “Yes, ma’am” this and “No, ma’am” that, it looked like he had surrendered before the ...
  82. literature

    An author of a detective novel is most likely to use figurative language to A. suggest hidden meanings. B. mislead the reader. C. help the reader visualize a character. D. entertain the reader.
  83. A quick algebra question

    Larry is having dinner at a restaurant that offers 6 different main courses, 7 different side dishes, 4 different drinks, and 4 different desserts. For dinner, Larry will choose a main course, a side dish, a drink, and a dessert. From how many different combinations can Larry ...
  84. English

    What is most likely the purpose of King’s Letter from Birmingham Jail? [RI.9-10.6] A. to publicize his personal achievements as a community leader B. to influence others to join the nonviolent civil rights movement C. to provide a legal argument that could refute the charges...
  85. Eng B

    An author of detictive novel is most lkely to use figurative language to A. Entertain the reader. B. help the reader visualize a character. C. suggest hidden meanings. D. mislead the reader. Answer is "B"
  86. Struggling in Writing

    Should I be ashamed for being a poor writer and reader,since I am in 12 th grade this year? Today,in writing class I struggled.. I could not identify the thesis of an article nor could I spot counterclaim that the author makes. I think I have dyslexia because I have a hard ...
  87. Business Math

    Larry Mager purchased a ski lodge in Telluride for $850,000. His bank is willing to finance 70% of the purchase price. As part of the mortgage closing costs, Larry had to pay 4(1/4) discount points. How much did this amount to?
  88. english

    An aural learner could also be referred to as a(n): A. kinesthetic learner. B. visual learner. C. auditory learner. D. reader or writer.
  89. Civics

    Larry, a United States citizen, is planning to take a European vacation. Most European nations use the euro as their currency. Just before his vacation, the value of the euro drops in international currency trading markets. How would this change in value affect Larry's ...
  90. English

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  91. English 225

    Which of the following is true of the screenwriter’s role in making movies? (Points : 1) A film begins with a writer’s story Film is generally considered a writer’s medium The writer is more important than the rest of the cast and crew Writing scripts is an exact science
  92. math

    If Larry worked 411/2 hours this week and spent 1/3 of his time hauling material, how much actual time did Larry spend hauling
  93. Film

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  94. Technical Communication

    A(n) __________ is a specific individual or category of users with identifiable needs. professional writer intended audience reader my answer is intended audience
  95. physics help

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  96. business

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  97. COM 135

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  98. reading

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  99. english

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  100. English

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