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signposts 1 "contrasts and contradictions

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Ashley King

on 15 October 2013

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Transcript of signposts 1 "contrasts and contradictions

signposts 1 "contrasts and contradictions"
Anchor questions: When a character does something that contarsts with what youd expect or contridicts his earlier acts or statements, stop and ask " why is the character doing that?"
signpost 2 "aha moment"
Anchor question: When a character realizes, understands, or finally figures out something, stop and ask yourself, " How might this change things?"
singpost 3 "tough questions"
Anchor question: Wgen a charcher ask herslef a very difficult question, stop and ask yourself, " What does this question make me wonder about?"
singpost 4 "words of wiser"
Anchor question: When a character (older or wiser) tajes the main character aside and offer serious advice, stop and ask " Whast the life lesson and how might it affect the character?"
singpost 5 " gain and again"
Anchor question: When you notice a word, phrase or situation mentioned over and over stop and ask yourself, "Why does this keep happening again and again?"
signpost 5 "memory moment"
Anchor question: When the author interupts the action to tell you about a memory, stop and ask yourself, " Why might this memory be important?"
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