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Notice and Note Signposts with Examples

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Christy English

on 29 September 2015

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Transcript of Notice and Note Signposts with Examples

Contrasts and Contradictions
When a character does something that contrasts with what you'd expect or contradicts his earlier acts or statements.

TEXT CLUE:
Author shows feelings or actions the reader hasn't seen before and doesn't expect

ASK YOURSELF:
(Anchor Question)

Why is the character doing that?


When a character realizes, understands, or finally figures out something

TEXT CLUE:
Character says "I realized..." or "I suddenly knew..." or "Now I know why..."

ASK YOURSELF:
(Anchor Question)

How might this change things?
Tough Questions
Words of the Wiser
When a character (probably older and wiser) takes the protagonist aside and offers serious advice

TEXT CLUE:
A wiser, often older, character offers a life lesson, usually in a quiet moment

ASK YOURSELF: (Anchor Question)
What is the life lesson and
how might it affect the character?


Again and Again
When you notice a word, phrase, or situation mentioned over and over

TEXT CLUE:
A repeated image, phrase, or reference

ASK YOURSELF:
(Anchor Question)

Why does this happen again and again?
Memory Moment
When an author interrupts the action to tell you
about a memory

TEXT CLUE:
"I suddenly remembered..." or "I remember..."
or "Thinking back,..."

ASK YOURSELF:
(Anchor Question)

Why might this memory be important?
Don't be this guy...
SOAR
Notice and Note
Signposts to look for while reading
When a character asks him or herself a very
difficult question.

TEXT CLUE:
Character asks self or another a hard question

ASK YOURSELF:
(Anchor Question)

What does this question make
me wonder about?
Aha! Moment
Prezi By Christy English
Intensive Reading Teacher, SRMS
Content based on book Note and Notice: Strategies for Close Reading
By Kylene Beers and Robert Probst
ISBN 978-0-325-04693-8/ 0-325-04693-X/ 2012/ 288 pages/ Paperback
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