Read the excerpt from “the crab that played with the sea.” which details from the excerpt best support the conclusion that this story is about the creation of the world? select two options.

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Things turn into geographical features of the Earth, such as the Himalayas, when the Eldest Magician blows on them. The author refers to the animals as "All-the-Elephant-there-was," "All-the-Beaver-there-was," and "All-the-Turtle-there-was."

The question asks for details that support the conclusion that this story is about the creation of the world. In creation stories, the narrator is telling about how something is created. The first correct choice explains how the mountains were created. The second correct choice shows that there was only one animal per species of elephant, beaver, and turtle. All of the other options do not help to prove that this is a creation story.

There are no results for uestion C Read the excerpt from "The Crab That Played with the Sea." Which details from the excerpt best support the conclusion that the narrator is speaking directly to a child? Select two options. Abg He went North, Best Beloved, and he found All-the- Elephant-there-was digging with his tusks and stamping with his feet in the nice new clean earth that had been made ready for him. the expression "Best Beloved" the terms "kun" and "payah kun" "Kun?' said All-the-Elephant-there-was, meaning, 'ls this right? the repetition of words and patterns the clause "you can look them out on the map" the description of how geographical features were made 'Payah kun,' said the Eldest Magician, meaning, 'That is quite right'; and he breathed upon the great rocks and lumps of earth that All-the-Elephant-there-was had thrown up, and they became the great Himalayan Mountains, and you can look them out on the map. He went East, and he found All-the-Cow-there-was feeding in the field that had been made re

Explanation:

The  details from the excerpt that best support the conclusion that the narrator is speaking directly to a child  are the repetition of words and patterns and the description of how geographical features were made.

Children use repetitions in their learning process. Repetitions serve two purposes in children´s stories: on the one hand, They hold the story together by giving it a pattern of predictability which is absolutely necessary for children. On the other hand, they help kids hold and understand events.

The creation of geographical features such as the Himalayan Mountains or the Great Indian Desert, and the Desert of Sahara are explained  as the result of  Eldest Magician´s breathing on Earth. Again, this serves two purposes:  One to introduce the existence of these geographical features in a simple way ; the second and most important, to estimulate children´s imagination.

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The repetition of words and patterns: this is because the children need reptition to understand something and then learn it. The reptitions are commonly used in stories for children since this can help them to understand better what the story is about.

The description of how geographical features were made: the excerpt make reference to how the geographical features were created, but not based on scientific data or facts, but in leyends and oral traditions. This help the children to stimulate their imagination and captivate them trough the story.

the expression "Best Beloved"

the clause "you can look them out on the map"

The answer is one and five

Explanation:

"Things turn into " and "The author refers..."

Explanation:

The  details from the excerpt that best support the conclusion that the narrator is speaking directly to a child  are the repetition of words and patterns and the description of how geographical features were made.

Children use repetitions in their learning process. Repetitions serve two purposes in children´s stories: on the one hand, They hold the story together by giving it a pattern of predictability which is absolutely necessary for children. On the other hand, they help kids hold and understand events.

Answers 1 and 5

Explanation:

. the expression "Best Beloved" “Pau Amma’s babies hate being taken out of their little Pusat Taseks and brought home in pickle-bottles. That is why they nip you with their scissors, and it serves you right!”

Things turn into geographical features of the Earth, such as the Himalayas, when the Eldest Magician blows on them and The author refers to the animals as "All-the-Elephant-there-was," "All-the-Beaver-there-was," and "All-the-Turtle-there-was".

Explanation: In this excerpt we can clearly see that it is a story about how the creation of the world, first because the Eldest Magician is creating mountains, Islands, deserts only with his breath, and also, he refers to the animals as "All the Elephant-there-was," "All-the-Beaver-there-was", etc, because they are the first animals ever created of each kind, so there was just one cow, one elephant, one beaver, etc.



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