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Stop! Notice! Note!

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Sarah Gleason

on 30 October 2013

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Transcript of Stop! Notice! Note!

1. Contradictions & Contrasts
Why is the character saying or doing that?
How might this change things?
If the character figured out a problem,you probably just learned about the conflict. If the character understood a life lesson, you problem just learned the theme.
When you're reading and suddenly a character realizes, understands or finally figures something out, stop and ask yourself:
2. The Aha! Moment
When you're reading and a character says or does something that is opposite of what he or she has been doing or saying all along, you should stop and ask yourself:
When you're reading and the character asks themself a very difficult question, you should stop and ask yourself:
3. Tough Questions
What does that question make me wonder about?
When you're reading and a character (who may be older and wiser) takes the main character aside and gives serious advice, you should:
4. Words of the Wiser
What's the lesson and how might it affect the character?
5. Again and Again...
When you're reading and you notice a word, object, or a situation mentioned over and over again, stop and ask:
Why does this keep showing up over and over again?
Why does this keep showing up over and over again?
Stop! Notice! Note!
6. Memory Moment
When you're reading and the author interrupts the action to tell you a memory, you should stop and ask:
Why might this memory be important?
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