WHO: Character(s) names & traits ♦ Below are some questions to help assist with

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WHO: Character(s) names & traits
♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• Who was involved in the story?
• Who is affected by it?
• Who is the best person to tell the story?
• Who is missing from this story?  Who has more information about this?
• Who is in the conflict in this story?  Do they have anything in common?
WHAT: Plot/action ♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• What happened?
• What is the point of the story?  What am I really trying to say?
• What does the reader, viewer, or listener need to know to understand this story?
• What surprised me?  What is the most important single fact I learned?
• What is the history here?  What happens next?
• What can people do about it?
WHERE:  Setting
♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• Where did this happen?
• Where else should I go to get the full story?
• Where is the story going next?  How will it end?
WHEN: Time
♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• When did this happen?
• When did the turning points occur in this story?
• When should I report this story?
WHY:  Character motivation/reason behind actions
♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• Why is this happening?  Is it an isolated case or part of a trend?
• Why are people behaving the way they are?  What are their motives?
• Why does this story matter?  Why should anyone watch, read, or listen to it?
• Why am I sure I have this story right?
HOW:  Equipment/prompts
♦ Below are some questions to help assist with this section. ♦
• How did this happen?
• How will things be different because of what happened?
• How will this story help the reader, listener, or viewer?  The community?
• How did I get this information?  Is the attribution clear?
• How would someone describe this story to a friend?
Directions for TEXT column:
locate a complete sentence that stands out to you.
►“Quotation” (Author’s last name Pg #).
Now, respond. Directions for RESPONSE column:
Write, in detail, a reaction to the support notes.  
The response can answer:
♦Why was this information included in the work?  ♦How does the information help the argument or theme?
♦Do you agree or disagree with the author’s ideas?  Why?  
♦Is the argument effective?  What makes it convincing?  
♦What counterarguments could you offer?
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