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The Six Signposts

Notice and Note Overview
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Kenneth Collins

on 18 September 2013

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Transcript of The Six Signposts

Signposts for Your Reading Journey
Reading Success
Paying attention to the six signposts helps to make sure that you will not get lost in your reading journey and that you will enjoy some of the stops along the way.
When a character does something that contrasts with what you would expect or contradicts his earlier acts or statements.

STOP and ASK
Why is the character doing this?
Signpost 1:
Contrasts and Contradictions
When a character realizes, understands, or finally figures out something.

STOP AND ASK:
How might this change things?
Signpost 2:
Aha Moment
When a character asks herself a very difficult question.

STOP and ASK:
What does this question make ME wonder about?
Signpost 3:
Tough Questions
When a character (probably older and wiser) takes the main character aside and offers some serious advice.

STOP and ASK
What's the life lesson and how might it affect the character?
Signpost 4:
Words of the Wiser
When you notice a word, phrase, or situation over and over

STOP and ASK

Why does this keep happening again and again?
Signpost 5:
Again and Again
When the author interrupts the action to tell you about a memory

STOP and ASK
Why might this memory be important?
Signpost 6:
Memory Moment
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