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Summarizing. By Rob Arvanites. Definitions Restatement of a text or passage, using other words To concisely explain the main ideas or main points in your own words Give the main points or essential facts in condensed form. What is Summarizing?. Summarizing is to be done After Reading

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summarizing

Summarizing

By Rob Arvanites

what is summarizing

Definitions

    • Restatement of a text or passage, using other words
    • To concisely explain the main ideas or main points in your own words
    • Give the main points or essential facts in condensed form.
What is Summarizing?
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Summarizing is to be done After Reading

  • Some say that summarizing is also done during reading because while you are reading you should be taking notes to use for After Reading
When?
how to use lesson closure

Students will read some form of text

  • Students will take notes about the text
  • Students will be handed a paper that is a framed paragraph.
  • They will have to fill this paper out
  • If the paper is filled out correctly the student will have successfully summarized the text
How to Use Lesson Closure
how to use gist

Students will read selected reading and take notes

  • Students then identify journalism's "5 Ws and 1 H“
  • Students use their notes to write a 20-word summary called a gist
How to use GIST
lesson closure matched to student needs

Whole Class

    • Can be checked for understanding easily
    • Keeps it short
  • Low Level Learner
    • Gives them they layout to succeed
    • Breaks it down for them
  • ELL
    • Appropriate language is used
    • Can be done verbal for better cognitive understanding
Lesson Closure Matched to Student Needs
gist matched to student needs

Whole Class

    • Simple
    • Quick
  • Low Level Learner
    • Does not make them think to into it
    • Gives them the 5 W’s and H
    • Straight Forward
  • ELL
    • Can be easily translated if buddy system is used
    • Help improve vocabulary because those are essential words in English
GIST Matched to Student Needs
works cited

Boling, Charotte J., and William H. Evans. "Reading Success in the Secondary Classroom." 52.2 (2008): 59-66. Web. 24 Feb 2010.

  • Ellery, Valerie. "How Do We Teach Reading as a Strategic, Decision-Making Process?." IRA Bookshelf 63.5 (2010): 434-36. Web. 24 Feb 2010.
  • Kletzien, Sharon B. "Paraphrasing: An Effective Comprehension Strategy." International Reading Association 63.1 (2009): 73-77. Web. 24 Feb 2010.
  • Mills, Kathy A. "Floating on a Sea of Talk: Reading Comprehension Through Speaking and Listening." International Reading Association 63.4 (2009): 325-29. Web. 24 Feb 2010.
  • Scharlach, Tabatha Dobson. "START Comprehending: Students and Teachers Actively Reading Text." International Reading Association 62.1 (2008): 20-31. Web. 24 Feb 2010.
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