Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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Book Reports
Grade:
9

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Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

The two reading strategies I have used that have helped the most while reading is making chapter summaries and being a connector. Chapter summaries are a great recitation of the main events that happened in each chapter. As the novel progresses, the summaries were very useful as they helped accumulate all the main points so I did not forget them. This strategy helped me improve as a reader because it kept me organized and gave me a thorough understanding of each chapter event. The second reading strategy that helped me was the connecter. The connector allowed me to make connections from the text to world, to self and to other texts. This provided me with a greater insight to similar events in the world, texts. The connector even allowed me to relate events to my own life. By connecting the story to expand my thinking and also allow me to form discussion on the events in the novel. These two strategies contributed to my understanding of the novel and helped me remember and relate to the text.

"If things were easy to find, they wouldn't be worth finding" (Foer 296)

"You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness"(Foer 180)

"You Cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness"(Foer 180)

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"It was not the feeling of completness i needed, but the feeling of not being empty" (Foer 301)

Extremly Loud and Incredibly Close

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The adventure begins whena young boy Oskar Schell, whose father died from the 9-11 Terrorist Attack is on the hunt to find out the secret behind his father's key. A mystery dear to his heart motivates him to discover what the key found in his father's closet leads to, since its his last memory of his father.


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