Name FOL – Unit 1: Conflict Discussion: Why does every good story contain conflict? Can you think of some examples of conflict in familiar stories? III. Participants in Conflict: The is the central character of the story and may be labeled a .
Literature General Literature Property of Biola Youth Academics. Duplication Prohibited.1Active Reading and Notetaking Overview Active Reading This year you will be learning an important skill that you can apply in all of your courses. Most of the time when reading a book, people skim over the words to quickly understand the main ideas or plot of a story. A higher level of reading skill, active reading, includes interpretation, analysis, and correlation to what is already known or understood. Active reading encourages scholarly thought and argumentation, making connections, asking questions, and finding answers. When reading actively, the mind is focused and engaged in discussion with the author and his/her thought processes. A relationship is built with the text and its ideas. This kind of thinking allows the reader to examine the text and prepare for class discussion or written assignments.