Should Children Be Allowed To Watch Harry Potter 7?

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  • 1. 

    Why does Mr. Snape think that the movie is not meant for children?

    • A.

      Because he thinks children are annoying.

    • B.

      Because the author wrote the story for older readers.

    • C.

      Because they have their own movies to watch.

    Correct Answer
    B. Because the author wrote the story for older readers.
    Explanation
    Mr. Snape believes that the movie is not meant for children because he thinks the author wrote the story specifically for older readers. This suggests that the content and themes of the story may be too complex or mature for young children to fully understand or appreciate.

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  • 2. 

    Why does Mr. Black believe that movies are harmless?

    • A.

      Because when the movie is over everyone in the audience is still alive.

    • B.

      Because he knew that lions couldn't talk.

    • C.

      Because experts say that movies do not affect children.

    Correct Answer
    A. Because when the movie is over everyone in the audience is still alive.
    Explanation
    Mr. Black believes that movies are harmless because when the movie is over, everyone in the audience is still alive. This suggests that Mr. Black's definition of harm is physical harm or danger. He believes that movies do not pose any physical threats or risks to the audience members. This explanation implies that Mr. Black does not consider other potential harmful effects of movies, such as psychological or emotional impact.

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  • 3. 

    How did Mr. Black prove to the audience that children know the difference between movies and real-life?

    • A.

      Because when the movie is over everyone in the audience is still alive.

    • B.

      Because he knew that lions couldn't talk.

    • C.

      Because experts say that movies do not affect children.

    Correct Answer
    B. Because he knew that lions couldn't talk.
    Explanation
    Mr. Black proved to the audience that children know the difference between movies and real-life by stating that he knew that lions couldn't talk. This suggests that he understood that the events portrayed in movies are not reflective of reality, and children are aware of this distinction. By highlighting this fact, he demonstrated that children have the ability to differentiate between fictional elements in movies and real-life situations.

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  • 4. 

    Why does Mr. Black think it’s unfair for children not to be allowed to see the final Harry Potter movie? 

    • A.

      Because parents are being silly.

    • B.

      Because it's harmless.

    • C.

      Because they won't know how it ends.

    Correct Answer
    C. Because they won't know how it ends.
    Explanation
    Mr. Black thinks it's unfair for children not to be allowed to see the final Harry Potter movie because they won't know how it ends. This implies that Mr. Black believes that knowing the ending is an important part of the movie experience, and by not allowing children to see it, they are being deprived of this crucial aspect.

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  • 5. 

    What type of text is this article made from?

    • A.

      Expositions (arguments)

    • B.

      Procedures (instructions)

    • C.

      Narrative (storytelling)

    Correct Answer
    A. Expositions (arguments)
    Explanation
    This article is made from expositions or arguments because it presents information or ideas in a logical and persuasive manner. It is likely to provide evidence, examples, and reasoning to support a particular viewpoint or claim.

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  • 6. 

    What is each author trying to do to the audience?

    • A.

      Entertain the audience.

    • B.

      Explain facts to the audience.

    • C.

      Make the audience agree with them.

    Correct Answer
    C. Make the audience agree with them.
    Explanation
    Each author is trying to persuade or convince the audience to agree with their point of view or argument. They aim to present their ideas or opinions in a way that resonates with the audience and convinces them to adopt the same perspective. The authors use various rhetorical devices, evidence, and persuasive techniques to sway the audience's opinion and gain their agreement.

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  • 7. 

    How many main points does each author have in their series of arguments?

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      3

    • C.

      5

    Correct Answer
    B. 3
    Explanation
    Each author has 3 main points in their series of arguments.

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  • 8. 

    How is each article structured?

    • A.

      Conclusion, Series of Arguments, Introduction

    • B.

      Series of Arguments, Introduction, Conclusion

    • C.

      Introduction, Series of Arguments, Conclusion

    Correct Answer
    C. Introduction, Series of Arguments, Conclusion
    Explanation
    Each article is structured with an introduction, followed by a series of arguments, and concludes with a conclusion. This structure allows the author to present their main points and supporting evidence in a logical and organized manner, leading the reader through the article from start to finish. The introduction sets the stage and provides background information, the series of arguments presents different perspectives or evidence to support the main idea, and the conclusion summarizes the key points and often offers a final thought or recommendation.

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  • 9. 

    Because both “authors” are actually make-believe, why did the REAL author write both of these articles?

    • A.

      To make fun of Harry Potter characters.

    • B.

      To show examples of how to write an argument.

    • C.

      To entertain students.

    Correct Answer
    B. To show examples of how to write an argument.
    Explanation
    The REAL author wrote both of these articles to show examples of how to write an argument. This can be inferred from the fact that the question mentions that the "authors" are make-believe, indicating that the articles are fictional. Therefore, the purpose of the real author would be to provide examples for educational purposes, specifically to demonstrate how to write an argument.

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  • 10. 

    What does your teacher most want you to learn from this text?

    • A.

      How to convince your parents to let you go to the Harry Potter movie.

    • B.

      Why you that you shouldn't see the Harry Potter movie.

    • C.

      How to write an argument.

    Correct Answer
    C. How to write an argument.
    Explanation
    The teacher most wants the students to learn how to write an argument. This is evident from the fact that the text is about convincing parents to let you go to the Harry Potter movie, which requires constructing a persuasive argument. The other options, such as convincing parents not to let you see the movie or learning how to convince parents, are not mentioned in the text and are therefore not the main focus of what the teacher wants the students to learn.

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