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Notice and Note

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Kassidy Free

on 10 September 2016

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Transcript of Notice and Note

STOP!
notice and note
STOP!
Notice and Note
When you're reading and you notice a word, object, phrase, or situation mentioned over and over...

you should stop and ask yourself...

"Why does this keep happening?"

The answers will tell you about the theme and
conflict
, or they might
foreshadow
what will happen later.
STOP!
Notice and Note
When you're reading and the author interrupts to tell you a memory

You should stop and ask yourself...

"Why might this memory be important?"

The answer will tell you about the
theme
,
conflict
, or
foreshadow
what might happen later in the story.
STOP!
Notice and Note
When you're reading and the character asks himself a really difficult question,

You should stop and ask yourself...

"What does this question make me wonder about?"

The answer might tell you about the
conflict
and might give you ideas about what will happen later in the story
STOP!
Notice and Note
When you're reading and a character says or does something that is opposite, or contradicts, what he has been saying or doing all along,

you should ask yourself...

"Why is the character doing that?"

The answer could help you make a
prediction
or make an
inference
about the
plot
and
conflict
.
STOP!
Notice and Note
When you're reading and a character (who is probably older and a lot wiser) takes the main character aside and give serious advice,

you should ask yourself...

"What is the life lesson and how might it affect the character?"

Whatever the lesson is, you have probably found a
theme
for the story.
When I can use these skills on my own to monitor what I am reading....
GOAL!
Notice and Note
Signposts in Reading
Aha Moment
"AHA"
When you're reading and suddenly a character realizes, understands or finally figures something out,

you should stop and ask yourself...

"How might this change things?

If the character figured out a problem, you probably just learn about the
conflict
. If the character understood a life lesson, you probably just learned the
theme
.


Again and Again
"AA"
Memory Moment
"MM"
Tough Question
"TQ"
Contrasts and
Contradicitons
"CC"
Words of the
Wiser
"WW"
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