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Objectives: The student will identify the main idea. 6 RC10. Today’s Agenda: 10/11/10 Bell Ringer Lesson on Main Idea Vocab Power Read PYRAMIDS Homework: Vocab Sheet. Bell Ringer. Grab sheet by the door. Topic/Main Idea/Supporting Details in Expository Text

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Bell ringer

Objectives:

The student will identify the main idea. 6 RC10

Today’s Agenda: 10/11/10

Bell Ringer

Lesson on Main Idea

Vocab Power

Read PYRAMIDS

Homework: Vocab Sheet

Bell Ringer

Grab sheet by the door.


Bell ringer

Topic/Main Idea/Supporting Details

in Expository Text

Objective: The student identifies the topic,

main idea(s), supporting details in the text

across the content areas and from a variety of appropriate level texts.


Bell ringer

Topic - the main thought of a passage. It is a word or phrase to which the ideas of a passage as a whole belong. Main Idea - the gist of a passage, the central thought. It is the most important idea. It is the main point the author wishes to make. It is what the passage is “mainly about”. Stated main idea - a main idea stated clearly at the beginning, middle, or end of a text or paragraph. Inferred main idea - the main idea is not stated directly. Consider whatallof the sentences in the paragraph say about the subject and then decide what the author is saying about it.

Supporting Details - the words, facts, figures, or phrases that support an idea or describe a person, place, or thing.

Main Idea Notes


Homework

HOMEWORK

Finish First Read of Pyramids, DO Vocab sheet


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