The story “raymond’s run” is about a girl named squeaky who is responsible for caring for her brother, raymond. we learn that raymond has a mental disability and is sometimes a challenge to care for. think of a time when you have been responsible for caring for someone else. your experience could be babysitting for a neighbor’s child, to care for a pet, or an elderly relative. if you had not had this experience, think about a time someone close to you had this responsibility; or, imagine what being in this situation would be like. what lessons did you (or could you) learn from this experience? your response should be about 150 words.
because they wanted to follow dutch's plan.
fraction strips were made for students to be able to visualize and explore fraction relationships. they allow students to develop a understanding of fractions and mixed numbers. they are also very with comparing fractions.
short answer-the author's purpose in writing the article is to inform the reader about dangers to pets in a home and how to prevent danger.
proof-it must be informative since they don't recognize a counter arrangement if they did that would be persuasive. it's not telling a story there's not a series of events arising that must be solved by a character. you can tell it's informative because it is trying to tell you something as the reader about a problem in the world.
so basically there are 3 types informative,persuasive, and entertaining. persuasive is trying to convince you of something informative is trying to tell you something entertaining is telling a story.