Mike Bunn worked at The Palace Theatre after college in London. As days went by, he noticed it began hard for him to concentrate on his work and he had to feel focus on each word. He soon began to realize the intense concentration required to read in a theater helped him recognize ways authors string words together in a book. The Author then writes 10 different questions on the way of the correct writing process and then goes in full detail explaining what he meant. One of the questions he asked was ” What Are Questions To Ask As You Are Reading” and he explained the answer as, “As you’re first learning to read in this new way, you may want
to have a set of questions written or typed out in front of you that you
can refer to while reading. . Remember, for most students this is a new way
of reading, and you’ll have to train yourself to do it well. Also keep in
mind that you’re reading to understand how the text was written—
how the house was built—more than you’re trying to determine the
meaning of the things you read or assess whether the texts are good
or bad.” (Bunn)
The Main Idea of this article is to give us info on the correct way of writing and the thought process needed. Also explain how he realize this process is important
antiquated:old-fashioned or outdated
Genre: a category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, characterized by similarities in form, style, or subject matter.
audience: the assembled spectators or listeners at a public event, such as a play, movie, concert, or meeting
writer: person who has written a particular text.
This article can connect with the island paragraph made, because all though at first it was very confusing towards the end you being to realize how it all connects together. Also how each paragraph has its own meaning and it different but important to the whole article.