Summarizing for Grades 3 And 4
Students are challenged to summarize the paragraph in just a few sentences. By using only one paragraph at a time, the task of summarizing becomes much more manageable.
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Summarizing seems like it should be easy. When students summarize, they don’t have to come up with any of their own ideas – all they have to do is briefly tell the most important parts of a book or reading passage that they read. Yet many students struggle with this skill. Usually, we want students to incorporate what they already know about a topic. We even take time in class to activate prior knowledge, knowing that students will better understand what they have read if they can relate to...
Students will learn three components of a good summary. Students will learn how to orally summarize this and will get a chance to write a short summary too.
Google slides - using various excepts from texts for students to summarize with the teacher
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55 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
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57 completed classes
Hello, my name is Karen and I hope to teach you soon! Education is the great equalizer because you get out of it what you put in. While some of us have to work a little harder than others, progress can be made. I love to read and tell stories and...