Structure of four level writing

Four Levels Writing For New Bachelor Students (Made Simple)

Four Levels Writing

Four levels of study as well as four-level writing for any essay, poem, story, drama, etc. is a compulsory task for the students especially those who are new to the bachelor course. Moreover, especially to those students who have chosen management fields such as BBA, BBS, BHM, and others.

Here are some techniques for four levels of writing to make you understand its different parts and prepare to apply these to different essays, stories, poems, and dramas.

structure of four levels writing

The parts of the four levels of writing include four – literal comprehension, interpretation, critical thinking, and assimilation. Now let’s understand what are they and how can they be applied to different stories and poems correctly?

 Literal comprehension

Literal comprehension is the first step to write the four levels of any text. Under this step, you have to write the main event of the related text. Therefore to write literal comprehension part some essential topics of the text area include,

  • Just you have understood what event happen and write them.
  • Briefly write the event of the text.
  • Well, understanding of the text.
  • Ability to restate the proper arguments.
  • Write only the context of the related text.
  • Write what is given in the poem, story, and essay.
  • Who is the writer or about the writer?
  • When/where is the story taking place.

Interpretation

Similarly, interpretation is the second step to write the four levels of any text. Hence in the interpretation part, you have to write the central theme of the text. Or the text what is trying to say the readers. Some points are:

  • Write what have you understand from the related text.
  • Express the central theme, idea of the text.
  • Text & understanding must be mingled.
  • Don’t question the author.
  • Just follow your mind with the relation to the given text, lesson.
  • A Question can some points be extended to circumstances beyond those directly touched upon by the author?

Critical Thinking/Analysis

As we discussed the interpretation part for the four levels. Likewise, critical thinking or analysis is the third step to write the four-level of any text. This step is too simple to write. Under this part, you can question the writer or the text’s statements. Similarly, make positive and negative comments to the events of the text. Maybe you can also read in below:

  • Use of reason to see the text.
  • Showing positive & negative aspects.
  • The factual & objective interpretation of the text.
  • Question to the author, writer, character, situation, events of the text, etc.
  • Use of brain to analyze the text rather than explain already given.
  • Being curious why this & why not other.

Raise questions like,

  • Where did the author go wrong?
  • Which statements can’t I accept?
  • Why can/can’t I accept them?

Assimilation

Likewise the literal comprehension, interpretation, and critical thinking, assimilation is also an essential part of the four levels of writing. To write this part we have to thoroughly understand the text. Hence in this step, you write those things that you understand from the text. Likewise, maybe you also make a story that relates to your life as well as text. To clarify this part you can also see these ways:

  • Being independent to see a text in your way.
  • Mention how this text is similar to your life events.
  • Can I tie this text to something that I have already known?
  • Does it enhance my appreciation for good things?
  • Does it suggest some connections that I have never perceived before?
  • Write any story, events that relate to the text.

Hence in conclusion, in part of literal comprehension, you have to write the main event of the related text. In part of interpretation, just write what tries to reflect the text. Similarly, in part of critical thinking, you will be free to comment on the text either negative or positive way. Likewise, at last in part of assimilation, you can also make a story of your life events that relate to the text.

To view four-level, read: Piano Poem Four Levels

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