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1.)&nbsp Read the scenarioFrank has finished reading part of T

    1.)  Read the scenario:Frank has finished reading part of The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. He believes that he understands what he read, but wants to be sure he fully comprehends the text. What is the best reading strategy for Frank to use?   1. Write a summary of the reading in his reading journal.2.Highlight passages of text that were confusing and then reread them.3.Closely review the stage directions to ensure he understands the action of the scene.4.Review a modern translation of the scene to see if his reading is accurate. 2.)What is the best definition of scene? 1.the setting of the acts within the play 2. one of the specific incidents that helps to develop the plot of each act 3. a part of a play that represents one of the major elements of plot 4. the props used to create a sense of place in the play 3.) Review the excerpt from The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare: BENVOLIOMy noble uncle, do you know the cause? MONTAGUEI neither know it nor can learn of him. —act 1, scene 1Which answer most accurately identifies the dramatic element represented by the underlined text?  1.dialogue  2.character  3.stage direction  4.props 4.)  Review the excerpt from The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare: BENVOLIOMy noble uncle, do you know the cause? MONTAGUEI neither know it nor can learn of him.—act 1, scene 1 Which answer most accurately identifies the dramatic element represented by the underlined text?   1.dialogue  2.characters  3.stage directions  4.props

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