Rhetorical Context (Who wrote it or created? Why was it written? What is it trying to do to or for its readers? What type of text is it? Where does it appear? When was it published? )
Summary/Synopsis (What does the text say? What are its main points? What did you find most interesting?)
What are THREE golden lines from the text (quotes that stood out to you most) and what do they mean?
Evaluation (What new knowledge did you get from reading this text? Do you agree or disagree with the information in the text? Why?)
Questioning (What questions do you have about the text? What would you ask the author if you could speak to him or her directly?)
Implied Main Idea
Supporting Detail 1
Supporting Detail 2
Supporting Detail 3
Supporting Detail 4
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