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*2020 Update* That RL 2 standard is a heavy one, isn't it? Theme, central idea, and objective summary. Where students have been doing theme and central idea for several years, I have found a lot of my middle school students have no idea what an objective summary is. This mini lesson helps to introdu
Summarizing Mini Lesson. PowerPoint. Quiz. Student Notes. This mini-lesson compares a summary to retelling and paraphrasing. Sample texts are provided to guide students through analyzing the plot, main events, problem and solution. Students will paraphrase three paragraphs and retell events. This mi
Review main idea and practice test questions all in less than 25 minutes! This mini lesson can be used for a small group during guided reading or it can even be use as a whole class. Teachers read and model thinking to determine the main idea of a paragraph. Students will determine the best choic
Summarizing Mini Lesson #2 with PowerPoint and Quiz. This mini-lesson build on Mini-lesson #1 by having students practice paraphrasing the problem, solution, and main events. Several sample texts are provided to guide students through the sub-skills needed to summarize. The PowerPoint is great fo
Tired of students' summaries sounding more like a never-ending recap? Teach them the "First, Then, Next, Finally" method! In this no-prep minilesson, students will learn to identify the main idea, essential information, and connections/theme of the text! In this digital and printable resource, compl
This engaging, Common Core aligned presentation will guide your instruction through the process of writing a concise summary paragraph. Using video clips including Pixar's "One Man Band" and the entertaining "Harry Potter in 99 Seconds," students will practice summarizing plot using the highly succe
4th - 7th
This product includes a 12-slide Google Slides presentation that explains how to use SWBST (Someone Wanted But So Then) to summarize fictional text/videos and the MIDAS approach to summarize non-fiction texts. Fully editable!This product has two embedded animated shorts (both less than 5 minutes eac
A great resource for students to use when creating summaries of texts read.
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This freebie is a blend of lesson plan & Interactive Reading Notebook. The interactive page is paired with a mentor text (The Butterfly) to use with the lesson. Looking for more? Find all of the 6th grade standards here, along with blank templates for you to use your choice of mentor text with
Summary mini lesson. This is a mini lesson including a PDF slideshow. The PDF slideshow can be uploaded to Google Slides or Powerpoint. There is also a note sheet for students to use that goes along with the slideshow. Lastly I am also including a readers response sheet and a pixar short sheet that
Interactive mini lesson and/or guided notes to teach about making inferences. Students will be provided with simple steps for making an inference, watch a short video, and complete practice activities to demonstrate their understanding. **This product is based on NC DPI Standards adopted in 2017. C
Distance learning? Keep them reading and writing at home. Teach students how to pinpoint conflict, develop vocabulary, craft better summary statements, and more. Complete with 3 kid-tested mini-lessons, high-interest video clips, extensive word banks, complex sentence frames, differentiated works
This is a summary lesson that focuses on making a summary for informational and fiction text by using strategies. Also has multiple choice questions to help with test prep. 1. A2. C3. D
Teach them how to go beyond summarizing and deepen their analysis of complex text in Frankenstein. Complete with real-world applications, close reading strategies, writing tips, examples to evaluate, quotes to unpack, and engaging slides. Use as an effective supplement for 8th grade Amplify (Gris
Wonder Summary Information Writing Mini Book English Reading Activity Lesson

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This mini lesson teaches students how to summarize different types of texts and gives them an easy to follow checklist. Can be extended in many ways.
Teach students how tohook readers using relevant questions, quotes, facts, analogies, and comparisonsprovide historical backgroundsummarize conflictfocus on themecreate cohesionUse after having students craft and revise their thesis statements and topic sentences with my Frankenstein Essay: Thesis
These slides include a mini lesson on how to write a summary along with an example/ guided practice. There is also background on the Holocaust and Sir Nicholas Winton who saved children from going to prison camps. The Achieve article is called: Saving the Children.
These slides include background about Pearl Harbor for the Achieve article entitled A Place in History. The mini lesson involves background and practice for how to summarize a text. Included is also a slide with key vocabulary in the article.
PDF version of my Google Slides presentation.
This mini lesson is designed to take 3rd grade level readers through close reading strategies in a fiction text, complete with text annotations and focuses on summarizing the text.
Summarizing mini lesson You could use this to practice summarizing with any story. I use Microsoft Teams in my class- I am having my students type these notes in their student notebooks, as we review. Then we will read the Very Busy Spider, by Eric Carle, mind you, I teach middle school, but this
When students don't understand the difference between a summary, main idea and/or theme statement, I group them and use children's books to teach the difference. This 5-page cooperative learning activity helps students really understand what makes a summary different from main idea and theme. Simply
This is a Google Slides presentation that includes a minilesson on how to summarize a text along with background information about the telegraph. There is also information about key vocabulary terms, a before reading poll and objectives for the lesson. This can also be used with the Google add on of

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