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Implied Main Ideas. By Laura S. Young, M.A. Dev. Reading Instructor, Northern Virginia Community College, 2004. Implied Main Ideas. The word “imply” means to suggest—the idea is not stated clearly.

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by laura s young m a dev reading instructor northern virginia community college 2004
Implied Main Ideas

By Laura S. Young, M.A.

Dev. Reading Instructor, Northern Virginia Community College, 2004

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Implied Main Ideas
  • The word “imply” means to suggest—the idea is not stated clearly.
  • When the main idea is not stated clearly, the reader must figure out the main idea by considering the supporting details.
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Finding the Implied Main Idea
  • First, find the topic. Ask: Who or what is the selection about?
  • After finding the topic, ask: What is the author’s main point about the topic? (This means to infer, or figure out on your own, the author’s unstated main idea.)
finding the implied main idea
Finding the Implied Main Idea
  • Next, test your inference. Ask: Does all or most of the material in the paragraph support this idea? If your answer is “no,” then make other inferences, testing each until you find what inference most of the material in the paragraph supports.
  • Finally, write the implied main idea in your own words.
what s the implied main idea
What’s the Implied Main Idea?

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