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Here are four books you can use when teaching your students to summarize using the Somebody Wanted But So Then (SWBST) strategy.
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Teaching students to summarize seems like it should be fairly easy. There are no comprehension questions, no digging deeper into the text and no activating prior knowledge. After all everything they need is right there in front of them. In this blogpost I'll share 5 ways to help your students master summarizing. But easy is
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Teaching summarizing can be fun! In this post, we break down how to teach kids to summarize fiction, including ways to practice this skill.
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Practical and fun ways to get your students summarizing. Differentiate with texts that students will enjoy -- suggestions include using video clips and cartoons to help students determine the main idea and elements of a plot. Free lesson plan included - perfect for test practice, sub plan, review, and reading workshop. #summarizing #readingworkshop #lesson
Make summarizing and finding a theme easy! Just use a story arc. Check out this blog post on enjoy-teaching.com for free videos and templates. RL.4.2
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Many kids have a hard time retelling/summarizing a passage or story. This simple hand trick helps them tell only the most important parts of the story. One teacher I know keeps these …
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