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How to Apply Four Levels of Interacting with Texts? | BA, BBS 1st year

How to Apply Four Levels of Interacting with Texts? | BA, BBS 1st year

Most of the students in bachelor level they never went to class. So, they didn’t know actually what is four levels of interacting and how to apply four levels of interacting with texts. Especially this notes is for ba, bbs first-year students. We’re trying to help those students who don’t know how to write four levels of interacting? We hope that with this information ba, bbs 1st-year students can write four levels of interacting in their examination.

Apply Four Levels of Interacting

Proficient readers often interact with texts at four levels:

Literal Comprehension:

First of all, readers understand what the text is saying. In poems, short stories and plays, literal comprehension implies a concise retailing in the reader’s own words. In an easy comprehension implies the ability to restate the argument.


What are the key points of the text? There may be some points in the text which are only implied (not directly stated). Therefore, readers must decipher the meaning behind the plot.

Critical Thinking:

Readers have to analyze the text objectively. Readers have to look for the flaws. Where did the authors go wrong? Which statement can’t I (reader) accept? Why can’t I accept them?


What is the meaning of the text for me (the reader)? Does the text have any connection with something that I have perceived before? Does the text remind me (the reader) about something? Can it help me to understand anything I didn’t understand before?

Note: We’ve updated all the notes of Flax-Golden Tales (Four Levels of Interacting). Click Here for Flax-Golden Tales All chapters Four Levels of Interacting. One of the most important chapters from Flax-Golden Tales is Yudhishthira’s Wisdom from this chapter mostly every year asks one question.

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