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Steps to Writing a Summary. 1. Read and understand the prompt or writing directions. What are you being asked to write about? Example: Summary of an Article.

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How to Write a Summary. Summaries are a brief explanation of a story or piece of writing. You will need to include only the main idea and supporting facts.

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An 8-step method to writing a great summary, including the importance of reading , a thesis statement, accurate writing, and revision.

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How to Write a Summary. A "stand-alone" summary is a summary produced to show a teacher that you have read and understood something. It is common in ...

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How to Write a Summary. With thanks to: Swales, John M. and Christine B. Feat. Academic Writing for Graduate Students,. Essential Tasks and Skills. Ann Arbor: ...

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Sep 22, 2016 ... Writing your summary--Steps: Organize your notes into an outline which includes main ideas and supporting points but no examples or details ...

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Writing a Summary. A summary is condensed version of a larger reading. A summary is not a rewrite of the original piece and does not have to be long nor ...

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When you write a summary, you want to pick out the most important facts. The purpose of this lesson is to teach students how to summarize by picking out the ...

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article from National Geographic Kids, Five Step Summary bookmarks for each child (laminated ... (Write steps on the board while explaining them out loud)

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How To Write A Summary. 1. Read the material and identify the main ideas. Distinguish the main ideas from the details. 2. Write the main ideas in phrase form.