Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint

Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint
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  1. This bundle contains 4 resources that will help you teach students how to write a summary about a nonfiction text.To begin your instruction of how to write a nonfiction text summary, you will present the 40-slide PowerPoint. It follows the following format:Slides 1-5: Introduction & Key #1- Di
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Students will read a nonfiction passage and write a short summary that contains a strong main idea sentence and maintains meaning and order.

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Summarizing Nonfiction PowerPoint: This bundle contains 3 resources that will help you teach students how to write a summary about a nonfiction text.

To begin your instruction of how to write a nonfiction text summary, you will present the 40-slide PowerPoint. It follows the following format:

Slides 1-5: Introduction & Key #1- Differentiate interesting and important.

Slides 6-11: Key #2- Identify the text structure used by the author. This section includes 5 practice slides where students read a brief summary and identify the text structure.

Slides 12-14: Key #3- Identify the main idea and important supporting details.

Slides 15-23: How to write the Main Idea Sentence of a Summary (Follow this pattern: identify text, verb, topic, and big idea- several examples are provided.)

An example main idea sentence: In this book (identify text), the author identifies (verb) several endangered animals (topic) and explores ways humans can work together to save these species from extinction (big idea).

Slide 24: A List of Strong Verbs for your Main Idea Sentence

Slides 25-39: Step by Step: Writing Entire Nonfiction Summaries Students read a nonfiction passage, write a main idea sentence (like the one above), and then identify 2-3 key details. Once they have these pieces identified, they write their nonfiction summary. This section includes FIVE practice passages.

This file also includes a PowerPoint Companion handout. This allows students to be completely engaged, writing on the handout and recording their summaries as you advance through the PowerPoint. (Two versions are included- one version is 4 pages long and requires students to write small, and the second version is 7 pages long, and contains more space for writing.)

Once you complete the PowerPoint, students can create a matching Interactive Notebook entry. This entry includes the three keys, a list of strong verbs, and a passage that will give students another opportunity to practice writing a main idea sentence.

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Determine a central idea of a text and how it is conveyed through particular details; provide a summary of the text distinct from personal opinions or judgments.
Determine two or more main ideas of a text and explain how they are supported by key details; summarize the text.
Determine the main idea of a text and explain how it is supported by key details; summarize the text.
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