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Welcome!. Cell phones should be silenced and put away Have notebook out and be ready to go. Review main idea/supporting evidence Review paraphrase/quote/summary (P/Q/S). Today:. Main idea is the central message of a piece of work. Main Idea. Details that help explain the main idea.

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welcome

Welcome!

Cell phones should be silenced and put away

Have notebook out and be ready to go

today

Review main idea/supporting evidence

Review paraphrase/quote/summary (P/Q/S)

Today:
paraphrase

A paraphrase is when a reader successfully takes someone else’s ideas, and puts them into their own words

  • Example:
    • Original Text: In order to be successful I LA3, one must take quality notes.
    • Paraphrase: If someone wants to get a good grade in LA3, they should make sure that they have good notes will all relevant information.
Paraphrase
quote

A quote is a verbatim is a word for word copy of someone else’s words

  • Put quotation marks around them
  • Do not change anything
Quote
summary

A summary is when a reader puts the central idea of a work into their own words

  • It is often quite a bit shorter than a paraphrase because it does not go line by line
  • Example: Finding Nemo
    • Summary: A young clownfish defies his father and ends up being fish-napped. His father then goes on a journey with his flighty companion to rescue his son. Both characters undergo a change.
Summary
directions

Read the article provided

  • Highlight main ideas in yellow
  • Highlight supporting details in another color
  • On the back:
  • Write a summary
  • Write a quote
  • Write a paraphrase
    • Mark somewhere in the text where the original passage is
Directions
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What is the main idea?

    • Name 3 supporting details
  • What is the difference between p/q/s?
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