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29 August, 07:52

Frank flings a paper airplane through the air in history class. All of the students laugh. Their teacher, Mr. Curtis, becomes irate; his face turns beet red, and large veins bulge from his neck. "Frank!" Mr. Curtis screams, "You are in big trouble now!" Frank really doesn't care about the trouble. The combination of the attention from the students and the emotional reaction from Mr. Curtis was plenty to keep him misbehaving far into the future. Throwing the paper airplane, then, was:

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  1. 29 August, 09:26
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    Throwing the paper was a provocation.

    Explanation:

    Provocation is defined in the dictionary as: an action intended to cause a reaction, especially anger or annoyance.

    Frank's behaviour reveals that he wanted attention, he knew he would gain it by making people laugh, he also knew that flinging the paper airplane would be a very provocative act as Mr. Curtis wouldn't tolerate it, so the whole act of flinging the paper was a provocation because he wanted to infurate the teacher to make people laugh and ultimately gaining attention.
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