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2. Abdul has only one line of dialog in this excerpt. How does the narration Develop Skills
help the give the reader a sense of his character’s attitude and how he thinks? Give Examples
Apply learning objectives, synthesize evidence, and practice using a variety of items, organizers,
and writing prompts.
We see more than just basic description and explanation. We also
see interpretation of Abdul’s attitude. We see Abdul is cynical when
we read in line 9 :”Abdul’s opinion about this plan had not been
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Directions: Answer each of the following questions and share them with your classmates.
1. This passage is written in the third-person point of view. Analyze the narration more deeply, noting whether it is omniscient (following all characters) or limited (adhering closely to one character). Give Examples.
  The author wrote this text in 3rd person limited. We only see Abdul’s perspective in the story. In line 10, the author writes “Already he was
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  mule-brained with panic”. This shows Abdul’s feelings and thoughts.
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Dictionary Definition: well known; famous
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