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Summarizing

Summarizing Purpose: To help students summarize fiction and non-fiction material. There are three important guidelines for summarizing material: • To effectively summarize, students need to delete some information, substitute some information, and keep some information.( i.e. Rule-Based Summa ...

Summarizing and Paraphrasing

Landmark School, Inc. CHAPTER 4 Summarizing and Paraphrasing Summarizing and paraphrasing are skills that require students to reprocess information and express it in their own words.

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Retelling

Heinemann A division of Reed Elsevier Inc. 361 Hanover Street Portsmouth, NH 03801-3912 www.heinemann.com Offices and agents throughout the world © 2006 by Emily Kissner All rights reserved.

Summarizing Stratgies

Meade PASS Training Writing Summaries Writing Summaries Writing Summaries Writing Summaries Writing Summaries S eems simple. Read a chapter. Write a summary.

Rigorous and Relevant Instruction

Rigorous and Relevant Instruction Peter Pappas www.peterpappas. com additional projects and resources www.peterpappas. com Skill Building #1: Deriving Meaning by Summarizing Research shows improving student summarizing skills results in a 34 -percentile gain in student performance.

Summarizing

Copyright 2003 Maryland Public Television The 50% Summary A teaching technique that involves both summarizing and the use of text structure is the 50% Summary.

Summarizing activities

Compiled by Lisa Marsh, Brown-Barge Middle School Summarizing activities Story Pyramid Story Pyramid Name a main character. Give two words to describe him/her.

Summarizing-in a nut shell.ppt [Read-Only]

What Is Summarizing? Summarizing is how we take larger selections of text and reduce them to their bare essentials: the key ideas, the main points that are worth noting and remembering .

Worksheet for Summarizing, Paraphrasing and Quoting

Worksheet for Summarizing, Paraphrasing and Quoting Name: Period: Date: / / Teacher: Directions: Read the article by Roger Sipher below and do the exercises which follow.

02 Summarizing Keystone Sample

F Facilitate L Learn I Instruct E Extend Foundation (Precedes instruction) Chapter 2 Stages 1-5 (Shared Reading) Chapter 3 Stage 6 (Guided Reading) Chapter 4 Stage 7 (Independence) Chapter 5 Balanced Reading Instruction 100% Teacher 100% Student Gradual Release of Responsibility Welcome Volume 2 ...