(A) preview and review the chapter or unit
A chapter overview is a section, usually from a textbook, that gives the reader a preview and review of the chapter or unit, in a simple and superficial way. If the reader wants to have an idea of the content in the chapter, how some subjects relate to each other and focus more in specific detail, reading a chapter overview can be very helpful.
A. Preview and review the chapter or unit
The choice to present a story through the medium of radio can most affect an audience's perception of it in the following way:
B. Emotional music can sway an audience's emotions.
Since we are talking about a story which the audience will exclusively listen to, an audio element such as emotional music can certainly affect the audience's perception of it, because it adds to the listening experience. In fact, that would be a vital element, since there would be no visual aids to help convey whatever messages or feelings the author of the story wanted the audience to experience.
Answer: B. Emotional music can sway an audience's emotions.
D.That Roosevelt was trying to lead them into a war they didn't want or need.
United states had a couple of reasons that prompted them to stay neutral during the war;
American policy and opinion held among the majority of people were one of neutrality and isolationism.
Hitler was Europe's problem and not America's. Even though Americans sympathized with the Allies, most felt unease of assistance and American intervention.
By waiting to enter, Us politicians had bigger aspirations that would benefit the USA after Hitler's defeat. This includes an agreement that if America was to side with the Allies, the British Empire would cease to exist after the war, and de-colonization would therefore open up their overseas markets to American investment and trade. Among other reasons off course.
Ineffective communication leads to conflict, which happens when either one of the individuals have misunderstanding or are reaching over the same goal. (1) not talking things out, (2) not listening to the side of the other, (3) close-minded, (4) not explaining well, (5) not facing your responsibilities whether good or bad.
First person point of view.
The first person point of view is a narrative form of any literary work that shows the way the story or anything is propelled for the readers.
The above passage is from Jonathan Swift's essay "A Modest Proposal" that satirizes the ever increasing poverty of the Irish society. The proposer of the long passage is talking in a first person voice, giving out his ideas and plans on how to make use of the increasing population to the advantage of the masses. The use of the pronouns "I' for himself and "he, him, they" for others shows that he's speaking in the first person. Through this first person point of view, we as a reader, can be able to see or view things from his perspective, making us the unknown and unseen narrator too.
Dialogue from participants in a story can give the story credibility
B: rhyme scheme
A rhyme scheme is a regular pattern of rhyme at the end of the line of a poem. This pattern is demonstrated by the use of letters (beginning with "A") indicating the lines in a poem that rhyme with each other. For example:
[...] have you any wool ? A
[...] three bags full ! A
[...] one for the dame B
[...] down the lane. B