Hellp why would a reader research the author as part of the pre-reading process? to evaluate the validity of the information to increase interest in the topic to improve comprehension of the text to analyze the main idea more easily what is the method for drawing conclusions that examines clues and details to determine the big picture? inductive reasoning deductive reasoning inference guiding questions why did the author chose dolores driscoll as the narrator in section 1 of the sweet hereafter? she is the most reliable of the four narrators in the novel. her version of the story is the most interesting for the audience. she is the pivotal character in the mystery of the school bus accident. she is the character the author wants the audience to identify with the most.
1.) A. To evaluate the validity of the information.
2.) B. Inductive reasoning
Inductive reasoning makes broad generalizations from specific observations. Basically, there is data, then conclusions are drawn from the data. ... Even if all of the premises are true in a statement, inductive reasoning allows for the conclusion to be false.
3.) Although I have not read the story, I think the best answer is C: She is the pivotal character in the mystery of the school bus accident. \
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