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Unit 3:Discovering Implied MeaningClick on NROC Developmental English Course: CompleteUnit 3View the Introduction video (1:55).As you watch, take notes on thefollowing items in your notebook:Define implies.What the text hints at but doesn’t directly state.List 3 places meanings exist in texts.On the lines, between the lines, andbeyond the lines.Define subtext.Also known as implied meaning, which allows you toprovide a series of clues about your main idea without directly stating it.Identify writing assignment you will complete in this unit.2-3 paragraphnarrative essay on The Moment that Changed Everything.View the Pre-Reading video (7:43).As you watch, take notes on thefollowing items in your notebook.1. College level reading requires ___preparation____________to fully comprehend.2. What does implied mean?The main idea is not directly stated.3. What are the four strategies of pre-reading?Reading overview, preview, connectto the reading, and make predictions and ask questions.4. What are the title, time period, and setting of the essay in Unit 3?The Fourth ofJuly, 1947, Washington D.C.5. What type of essay is used in Unit 3? A Narrative.6. Define narrative? It tells a story.7. What two elements are often included in narrative writing?The words I and we.8. Define conflict.A problem to work through.9. Define resolution.A change that effects the author.10. During the preview, scan the first paragraph.What is it about? A girl whograduated from the eighth grade at the same time as her sister, who graduatedfrom high school. Her first time going to Washington D.C. was for the 4thof July.11. Read the first sentence (only) of each paragraph.12. Read the concluding paragraph.

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