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Notice and Note Mindmapping

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Beth Owen

on 13 April 2013

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Transcript of Notice and Note Mindmapping

Contrasts and
Contradictions When a character (probably older and wiser)
takes the main character aside and offers serious advice.
Ask yourself, "What's the life lesson and how
might if affect the character? (Hints at themes) Words of the
Wiser Aha! Moment When you notice a word, phrase, or situation mentioned over and over


Ask yourself, "Why does this keep happening over and over?" (hints at theme, conflict, symbolism, foreshadowing) Again and Again When the author interrupts the action to tell you about a memory


Ask yourself, "Why might this memory be
important?" (hints at theme, character motivation, conflicts, foreshadowing
ending) Memory
Moment When a character asks himself a very difficult question,


Ask yourself, "What does this question
make me wonder about?"

(hints at conflict and predictions) Tough Questions Gatsby Mindmap Note and Notice Mindmapping When a character does something that contrasts with what you'd expect or contradicts his earlier actions or statements.
Ask yourself, "Why is the character doing or saying that?" When a character realizes, understands, or finally figures out something.

Ask yourself, "How might this change things? (hints at conflicts and themes) Gatsby
Ch. 2 Contrasts &
Contradictions Again & Again Words of
the Wiser Memory Moment Aha! Tough
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